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Ravens with clear advantage over Patriots on injury report

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OWINGS MILLS, Md. — Though widely regarded as the underdog for this Sunday’s AFC championship game, the Ravens hold a clear advantage in terms of health if Wednesday’s injury report is any indication.
Safety Ed Reed was the only Baltimore player listed on the report, as the 10-year veteran was limited after turning his left ankle in Sunday’s win over the Houston Texans.
Meanwhile, the Patriots were without starting quarterback Tom Brady on Wednesday and listed him as having a left shoulder injury. Brady is not considered to be in any danger of missing Sunday’s game and conducted his Wednesday press conference with the media.
New England listed 14 players as limited participants on Wednesday in a start contrast to the Ravens’ overall state of good health.
BALTIMORE
LIMITED: S Ed Reed (ankle)
NEW ENGLAND
DID NOT PARTICIPATE: QB Tom Brady (left shoulder)
LIMITED: WR Deion Branch (knee), T 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), T Nate Solder (concussion), LB Brandon Spikes (knee), T Sebastian Vollmer (back/foot), WR Wes Welker (knee), LB Tracy White (abdomen)
FULL PARTICIPATION: CB Kyle Arrington (foot), C Dan Connolly (groin), WR Matthew Slater (shoulder)

1 COMMENT

  1. you guys are f*cken stupid. pats are going to run all over our ass. Bill always has half his team on the injury list. If we are looking into this as a hope we are all done.
    (L.J. – At what point did I say this would be the difference in the game and would put the Ravens over the top? I won’t let logic get in the way of a mindless rant though.)

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