Ravens vs. Broncos injury report: Baltimore healthy heading into Saturday

Rob Carr

Baltimore and Denver are relatively healthy heading into their meeting on Saturday, though each team will be missing one player.

The Denver Broncos and Baltimore Ravens released updated injury reports on Friday afternoon, and both teams should be near full strength when they meet in the AFC Divisional round of the playoffs on Saturday.

The Broncos will be without the services of cornerback Tracy Porter, who wasn't able to practice all week because of a concussion and will be forced to miss the game. Porter appeared in six games during the regular season, recording 21 tackles and making one interception.

Safety Mike Adams (knee), tackles Ryan Clady (shoulder) and Orlando Franklin (knee), wide receiver Trindon Holliday (ankle), guard Chris Kuper (ankle), safety Jim Leonhard (thigh) and wide receiver Matthew Willis (knee) are all listed as probable for Denver.

Ravens guard Jah Reid will miss the game thanks to a toe injury. Reid started seven games during the regular season. Linebacker Ray Lewis (triceps), wide receiver Anquan Boldin (shoulder) and safety Ed Reed (shoulder) are among the players listed as probable. Reid is expected to be the only player missing for Baltimore on Saturday.

This post first appeared on SB Nation.

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