With the release of the Baltimore Ravens Injury Report & Game Status after Friday's practice, it looks like the team is getting healthy at the right time. While there are still a long list of guys banged up, there is no one who is officially listed as out for Sunday night's game at the San Diego Chargers. The list of players considered "questionable" is lengthy, led by LB Ray Lewis (foot), G Ben Grubbs (toe), PK Billy Cundiff (calf), CB Lardarius Webb (toe), CB Chris Carr (back), DT Haloti Ngata (back) and DT Cory Redding (ankle).
The Chargers appear to be healthy as well, with no one listed as out either. The big news will come on Sunday afternoon when the teams pare down their rosters to the active players for the game. Most of the guys on the "questionable" list will play and while some will not, it will not be determined until just before game-time as a matter of team strategy.
Most likely we will not be seeing Lardarius Webb play in this game and that probably means rookie CB Jimmy Smith or veteran Chris Carr, if he is well enough to play, will get the starting role. With Smith (6'2") and other CB Cary Williams (6'1") on the field at the same time, it could help negate the huge size of the San Diego wide receivers, Vincent Jackson and Malcolm Floyd, both of whom are listed as 6'5" and normally tough match-ups for the usually much smaller defensive backs assigned to cover them.