KJ Hamler will miss another game in his career.

The 3rd-year Denver Broncos receiver will not play Sunday’s road game against the Baltimore Ravens, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Fellow receivers Courtland Sutton (illness) and Jerry Jeudy (ankle) are both are listed as questionable.

Hamler, a former speedster for Penn State, suffered a hamstring injury in Denver’s 21-17 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars. Expecting to be back for the start of December football, Broncos coach Nathaniel Hackett said that Hamler suffered “a setback” in practice Thursday and was not expected to be ready for Sunday’s outing.

Injuries have plagued a promising start to Hamler’s career. This season, he’s only played in 7 games, catching seven passes for 165 yards for a whopping 23.6 yards per catch. In his first 2 seasons combined, Hamler played in just 10 total games due to a torn ACL.

For his career, Hamler has recorded 42 catches for 620 yards and 3 touchdowns.