On Monday night, Zay Flowers as well as Javon Hargrave will be busy.

On Monday night, Zay Flowers as well as Javon Hargrave will be busy.

Jalyn Armour-Davis (concussion) and Arthur Maulet (knee) were ruled out by the Ravens on Saturday.

They are also missing quarterbacks Josh Johnson and Malik Cunningham, as well as cornerback Damarion Williams, center Sam Mustipher, guard Malaesala Aumavae-Laulu, and center Sam Mustipher.

Johnson is in charge of the team’s illness report. He played for the 49ers last year. Elijah Mitchell, a running back, was also iffy, but he will be out of the game because he hurt his knee.

Javon Hargrave, a defensive tackle for the 49ers, will be on the field. Hargrave missed last weekend’s game because of a hamstring issue. He was listed as possible before getting off the inactive list.

Ankle and foot injuries to defensive tackle Arik Armstead, knee injuries to defender Oren Burks, ankle injuries to tight end Ross Dwelley, and concussions to wide receiver Jauan Jennings all meant that they would not be able to play.

Flowers hurt his foot in Thursday’s win over the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 15, which kept him from practicing as much as he would have liked.

On Friday, though, he took part fully. Before this week’s game versus the NFC-leading 49ers, coach John Harbaugh said he wasn’t worried about his health.

Friday, Arthur Maulet (knee), a nickelback who has played more than 40% of the defense’s snaps this season, and Jalyn Armour-Davis (concussion), a cornerback who helps on special teams, were both called out for Saturday.

The following players are not playing today: Josh Johnson and Malik Cunningham at quarterback, Sam Mustipher and Sala Aumavae-Laulu on offensive line, and Damarion “Pepe” Williams at cornerback.

The 49ers will be missing three starters who are hurt: wide receiver Jauan Jennings, defensive tackle Arik Armstead, or linebacker Oren Burks.

They will also be missing backup running back Elijah Mitchell and reserve tight end Ross Dwelley.

Brandon Allen (quarterback) and Samuel Womack (cornerback) are both out with injuries. The quarterback Brandon Allen or the defender Samuel Womack are also not going to play.

Wide receiver Zay Flowers of the Ravens is ready for the big game between the NFL’s best teams and best defenses.

Flowers was iffy for Monday night’s game against the 49ers in San Francisco because of a foot injury, but he will play.

Coach John Harbaugh said earlier this week that he had “no concern” with the rookie’s ability to play against the 49ers, who are in first place in the NFC.

The 49ers’ defense gives up the second-fewest points (16.7) per game, behind only the Ravens (16.1), and the second-fewest rushing yards (262.6) per game.

Baltimore, which is 11-3 and leads the AFC, will not have cornerbacks Arthur Maulet (knee) as well as Jalyn-Armour Davis (concussion). Flowers practiced all day on Friday and Saturday. He leads the team within catches and receiving yards.

Baltimore brought up wide receiver Laquon Treadwell alongside outside safety Jeremiah Moon via the practice squad earlier in the day. We think the move has to do with special teams since Maulet and Armour-Davis are not playing.

The Ravens will also be without guard Malaesala Aumavae-Laulu, centre Sam Mustipher, safety Damarion “Pepe” Williams, or quarterbacks Josh Johnson and Malik Cunningham. Johnson will play as the backup quarterback in case of an emergency.

On the other hand, the 49ers (11-3) will be without linebacker Oren Burks (knee), defensive tackle Arik Armstead (foot/knee), and second-string running back Elijah Mitchell (knee).

They do have their best internal pass rusher, Javon Hargrave, who was questionable with a hamstring injury but is now available.

Along with quarterback Brandon Allen, No. 3 wide receiver Jauan Jennings (concussion), backup tight end Ross Dwelley (ankle), and cornerback Samuel Womack, these other players will not play for San Francisco.