Struggling cornerback Shareece Wright is inactive for Ravens after experiencing back spasms

BALTIMORE -- Struggling Baltimore Ravens cornerback Shareece Wright is inactive Sunday against the Washington Redskins. He is not playing because he experienced back spasms recently, according to the team.

Wright was not listed on the injury report all week. His spot in the starting lineup had been uncertain because of his poor recent play.

In his past three games, Wright has allowed 16 receptions for 205 yards, according to Pro Football Focus. Of the nine touchdowns given up over that span, Wright has been responsible for more than half of them.

The Ravens, who are the top-ranked defense in the NFL, will start either Sheldon Price or Will Davis in Wright's place.

The other inactives for the Ravens are: offensive tackle Ronnie Stanley (foot), linebacker Kamalei Correa, wide receiver Chris Moore, safety Marqueston Huff, linebacker Matthew Judon and defensive tackle Willie Henry.