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Ravens vs. Bills: Divisional round injury report

Few designations leave little clarity

Baltimore Ravens v Cincinnati Bengals Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images

The divisional round matchup between the Baltimore Ravens and Buffalo Bills a mere day away and the health and status of both teams’ feels critically important. Fortunately for both squads, both appear rather healthy entering tomorrow’s contest.

For the Ravens, Matt Judon dealt with sickness all week, missing both Tuesday and Wednesday’s practices. However, he was a full participant on Thursday and left off the game status report, likely meaning he’s 100% and labeling him is unnecessary.

Baltimore allowed a fair amount of rest for their veterans, with both Calais Campbell and Derek Wolfe resting this week.

The lone cause for concern is CB Marcus Peters, who missed the first two practices with a back injury. He was only limited for Thursday and resides on the questionable list for Saturday’s game.

The Bills placed numerous payers on their injury report throughout the week, with their starting receivers limited for the first few practices. Cole Beasley remained limited for the final practice while Stefon Diggs became a full participant on Thursday. No matter how many players were designated with injuries throughout the week, the Bills placed only DE Darryl Johnson as questionable, with a knee injury.