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As expected after coming off their bye week, the Ravens will enter Monday night’s game against the New Orleans Saints in good shape from a health standpoint.
Pro Bowl guard Marshal Yanda (knee) and fullback Kyle Juszczyk (foot) were listed as probable on the final injury report of the week after both were full participants in Saturday’s practice. Yanda sat out practice on Wednesday while Juszczyk was added to the injury report with a foot issue on Friday afternoon.
The Ravens officially ruled out rookie wide receiver Michael Campanaro (hamstring) and veteran offensive lineman Jah Reid (broken hand) after neither practiced all week while recovering from their respective injuries.
Linebackers Daryl Smith and Terrell Suggs, defensive tackle Haloti Ngata, and tight end Owen Daniels were all listed as probable after each received a practice off this week with the extra day to prepare for a Monday night game.
Meanwhile, the Saints received good news with the status of starting cornerback Keenan Lewis (knee) as he was designated as probable to play against the Ravens after being limited to just 10 snaps in their loss to Cincinnati last week. Lewis sat out Thursday’s practice before being listed as a limited participant on Friday and Saturday.
Starting linebacker Curtis Lofton (ankle) and running backs Pierre Thomas (ribs/shoulder) and Mark Ingram (shoulder) were all listed as probable for Monday night. Veteran wide receiver Robert Meachem (ankle) is questionable for Monday’s game.
The referee for Week 12 will be Bill Leavy, who officiated the Ravens’ Week 3 win in Cleveland earlier this season.
Below is the final injury report ahead of Monday’s game:
BALTIMORE
OUT: WR Michael Campanaro (thigh), T Jah Reid (hand)
PROBABLE: TE Owen Daniels (non-injury), FB Kyle Juszczyk (foot), DT Haloti Ngata (non-injury), LB Daryl Smith (non-injury), LB Terrell Suggs (non-injury), G Marshal Yanda (knee)
NEW ORLEANS
OUT: LB Kyle Knox (hand), RB Khiry Robinson (forearm)
QUESTIONABLE: WR Robert Meachem (ankle)
PROBABLE: RB Travaris Cadet (hamstring), RB Mark Ingram (shoulder), CB Keenan Lewis (knee), LB Curtis Lofton (ankle), T Zach Strief (chest), RB Pierre Thomas (rib/shoulder)

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