Excluding any major setbacks, the Baltimore Ravens will have their entire 53-man roster available for Sunday’s AFC Championship Game against the New England Patriots.
Safety Ed Reed (ankle), who was limited the past two days in practice, had a full practice on Friday and is officially listed as probable for the game in New England, according to Dan Kolko of MASNSports.com.
Reed is the only player listed on the Ravens’ injury report.
Meanwhile, the same cannot be said for New England, but overall they appear to be in good shape health-wise entering Sunday’s contest.
The Patriots have 17 players on their injury report, but the only real injury concern, according to multiple sources is the team’s offensive tackle–Sebastian Vollmer–who is listed as questionable with back and foot injuries.
New England lists 14 players as questionable and three as probable.
Those listed as questionable include:
WR Deion Branch (knee)
OL Marcus Cannon (ankle)
S Patrick Chung (knee)
LB Dane Fletcher (thumb)
TE Aaron Hernandez (concussion)
S James Ihedigbo (shoulder)
DL Kyle Love (ankle)
G Logan Mankins (knee)
LB Rob Ninkovich (hip)
OL Nate Solder (concussion)
LB Brandon Spikes (knee)
T Sebastian Vollmer (back/foot)
WR Wes Welker (knee)
Those listed as probable include:
CB Kyle Arrington (foot)
C Dan Connolly (groin)
WR Matthew Slater (shoulder)