The Baltimore Ravens will look to continue their winning ways at home as they host the Dallas Cowboys this Sunday. The Ravens are one of the most healthiest teams at the moment and their injury report this week is as small the writing on a one-dollar bill.
Although Haloti Ngata was not initially added to the injury report following last Sunday's victory over the Kansas City Chiefs, Ngata was added on Wednesday due to a shoulder injury and was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice. Before you go gasping for air Baltimore fans, Ngata's injury is not deemed serious as coach John Harbaugh stated,
"We have no major injuries, so I can clear that up right now."
Ngata is expected to be ready to go on Sunday.
Only one other player was listed on the Ravens injury report, and he has been a constant on it all season, T Jah Reid (calf). Reid, for the first time all season, was a full participant at practice on Wednesday. Having Reid available will certainly help with depth for the offensive line.
Both players appear that they will be able to suit up Sunday against the Cowboys. Baltimore has to be feeling somewhat lucky thus far this season to have avoided the major injury bug through the first five weeks. With the comeback of Terrell Suggs not too far around the corner, this team has the pieces to fight for the top seed in the AFC and home field advantage throughout the playoffs. Before the Ravens can do that, they have to take care of the visiting Dallas Cowboys this Sunday at M&T Bank Stadium.
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