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Friday practice update; details emerging for AFC championship in Foxborough

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Coming off bye, Ravens excited to have new piece against old rival

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OWINGS MILLS, Md. — Conducting their final workout of the week before departing for Foxborough on Saturday, the Ravens once again had all players present during the portion of practice open to the media.
Safety Ed Reed (left ankle) was the only player listed on Thursday’s injury report as a limited participant. The veteran is expected to play without any limitation against the New England Patriots on Sunday.
Linebacker Terrell Suggs eliminated any doubt of him being tight for the conference championship game, taking a microphone and singing in front of a camera as he walked on the indoor practice field. There’s never a dull moment with the 29-year-old pass rusher.
Patriots owner Robert Kraft announced Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler will sing the national anthem at Gillette Stadium on Sunday. Not to be outdone in the celebrity department, the Ravens have announced that Orioles legend Cal Ripken will serve as the team’s honorary captain in Foxborough.
“Cal is a true Baltimore hero,” Ravens team president Dick Cass said to the team’s official website. “He is a great representative of both the city of Baltimore and the Baltimore Ravens.”
Ripken was also a guest of owner Steve Bisciotti when the Ravens defeated New England, 33-14, in the postseason two years ago.
The referee for Sunday’s game will be Al Riveron. Sunday’s forecast is calling for temperatures in the low 30s, but it appears potential snowfall earlier in the weekend will not be an issue for the game.
 

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