Ravens right tackle Morgan Moses suffered a biceps injury in the fourth quarter of Sunday night’s 16-13 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Moses left the game with 8:57 left in the fourth quarter and did not return. The veteran offensive tackle was replaced by Patrick Mekari, who has played 15 games this season and made four starts.
Moses has been a reliable piece of the offensive line this season after signing a three-year, $15 million deal to stabilize a position of need. The former New York Jets and Washington Commanders lineman has started all 16 games while grading as the 11th-best tackle in the league, according to Pro Football Focus.
Wide receiver Andy Isabella, who was called up from the practice squad for the second straight game, also suffered a thigh injury in third quarter and did not return. Left tackle Ronnie Stanley played through some obvious discomfort on his right side while cornerback Brandon Stephens injured his hand in the first half before returning after getting it wrapped on the sideline.
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