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Ravens vs. Patriots: inactives

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Teams have announced who will not be suiting up tonight

NFL: Baltimore Ravens at Pittsburgh Steelers Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports

The Ravens and Patriots have officially announced who will not be playing in tonight’s Sunday Night matchup.

This means CB Jimmy Smith and WR Marquise Brown will all be active and ready to play, both of which are critically important in such a high-stakes matchup. For Jimmy, this will be his first game since injuring his knee during Week 1 against the Miami Dolphins, when Patrick Onwuasor clipped his leg during a tackle. Someway, somehow, Jimmy didn’t suffer a season-ending injury, which from the looks of the hit, were highly expected. Now, the Ravens can trot out Smith, Marlon Humphrey, Marcus Peters, Earl Thomas III, Chuck Clark and Brandon Carr to shut down the Patriots passing attack.

On the other end, the Patriots announced their inactives for tonight.

The biggest name on this list is first-round pick N’Keal Harry, who has yet to play a game this season.

Just like the Ravens though, the story is more about who is not on the list. Patriots running back James White is officially active for tonight’s game. He’s played in seven games this season and racked up 358 yards receiving, good for second-best among tailbacks. He will be a big component when battling the Ravens defense.