Reported by James Walker, ESPN's AFC North Blogger.
BALTIMORE -- The Baltimore Ravens' three-headed monster will be at full strength for the postseason as rookie running back Ray Rice said he expects to play in Sunday's wild-card game against the Miami Dolphins.
Rice missed the past three games with a calf injury. He is Baltimore's big-play running back and leads the team with 4.2 yards per carry.
"I think I will be out there and ready to play," Rice said Wednesday. "It's a playoff game, and I want to be out there to help the team out. It's one and done. So obviously I can give it all for this game, whatever it takes.
" Rice will once again share carries with running backs Le'Ron McClain and Willis McGahee. A second-round pick from Rutgers, Rice has rushed for 454 yards this season. He also contributes in the passing game with 33 catches for 273 receiving yards.