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Ravens-Texans Injury Report & Game Status

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After Friday's practice, the Baltimore Ravens released their final injury report for Sunday's game hosting the Houston Texans in the Divisional Round of the 2012 NFL playoffs. Looking at the two team's reports, it's obvious that injuries will not play a role in the game, as neither team has any player listed as out, or even doubtful. The Ravens certainly made great use of their bye week and the Texans, other than their season ending injuries, are just as healthy.

The only players listed as questionable for Baltimore are LB's Brendon Ayanbadejo (thigh) and Jameel McClain (knee), and the Texans don't even have anyone in this category. While there are few Texans on the "probable" list, expect them to play without virtually any question.

As far as the Ravens "probable" list, don't worry about the number of players or names here, as it is just for precautionary reasons as well as refusing to let the opposition know the extent of any injuries, although just like Houston, expect everyone on this list to be available and play Sunday afternoon.

This list includes WR Anquan Boldin (knee), LB Dannell Ellerbe (head), CB Jimmy Smith (head), G Marshal Yanda (chest) and S Tom Zbikowski (head).