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Ravens Insider: Ravens safety Kyle Hamilton will play against Jaguars


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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Ravens safety Kyle Hamilton is good to go for Sunday night’s game against the Jaguars.

The second-year star out of Notre Dame was questionable after suffering a sprained left knee in Baltimore’s 37-31 overtime win over the Los Angeles Rams last week but warmed up wearing a brace on his knee and was not among the Ravens’ inactives. The move was somewhat expected after Hamilton fully practiced Friday and coach John Harbaugh said he had a “good chance” to play.

Hamilton has been perhaps the Ravens’ best defensive player this season with 62 tackles, nine passes defensed, three sacks, a forced fumble and two interceptions, one of which he returned for a touchdown. Jacksonville (8-5) also came into the week ninth in points per game (24) and 11th in yards per game (342.7).

The Ravens (10-3) are remarkably healthy for Week 15 with six healthy scratches.

They are: newly signed quarterback Malik Cunningham, cornerbacks Rock Ya-Sin and Damarion “Pepe” Williams, center Sam Mustipher, guard Malaesala Aumavae-Laulu and quarterback Josh Johnson, who is the emergency quarterback.

For the Jaguars, cornerback Tyson Campbell (quadricep) and safety Andre Cisco (groin) were both ruled out Friday. Being without them could be costly for Jacksonville, which is already allowing the second-most passing yards per game (265.2) in the NFL.

Other inactives for the Jaguars are outside linebacker Yasir Abdullah, offensive lineman Chandler Brewer, rookie tight end Brenton Strange (foot) and defensive tackle Angelo Blackson. Cornerback Tre Herndon (concussion), offensive linemen Ezra Cleveland (knee) and Walker Little (hamstring), wide receiver Jamal Agnew (shoulder) and cornerback Christian Braswell (hamstring) are active after being listed as questionable to play.

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