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NFL Injury Report:
Green Bay Packers
The Baltimore Ravens host the Green Bay Packers on Sunday and the deep fried cheese curds will be in abundance so who is out and who is in? Find out, in your Baltimore Ravens Week 6 injury report.
The most notable on this week’s report is wide receiver/kick returner Jacoby Jones (knee) listed as questionable. Jones is coming back from a sprained medial collateral ligament and presumably has put big Sweet Pea behind him. Jones was limited all week but the Ravens should be happy to have him getting back to 100%.
Also listed as questionable with his first time on the injury report this year is defensive tackle Haloti Ngata (hip) did not participate Wednesday and Thursday and was limited Friday. Ngata playing on Sunday will be a long shot.
There are nine additional players listed as questionable. They are:
Wide receiver Marlon Brown (thigh) limited participation.
Cornerback Chykie Brown (thigh) limited participation on Thursday and did not participate on Friday.
Safety Michael Huff (back) limited participation.
Center Ryan Jensen (foot) did not participate on Wednesday and was limited the rest of the week.
Re-signed WR Brandon Stokley (thigh) limited participation.
Defensive tackle Marcus Spears (knee) limited participation.
Linebacker Albert McClellan (shoulder) did not participate.
Running back Bernard Pierce (thigh) limited participation.
Offensive lineman Kelechi Osemele (back) limited participation.
The Baltimore blackbirds have one player listed as doubtful; nose tackle Terrence Cody (knee) did not participate all week. Look for Cody to be inactive for Sunday.
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The Baltimore Ravens (3-2) are set to take on the Green Bay Packers (2-2) on Sunday at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Maryland. The game will be televised on FOX at 1:00pm EST. The Ravens are looking to improve to 4-2 and hopefully pull away from the tight race in the AFC North with a win.
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The Green Bay Packers and Baltimore Ravens will meet on Sunday in a match-up of two teams hoping to kick start their season.
Green Bay improved to 2-2 with a win over Detroit last week while Baltimore upended Miami to move to 3-2.
Coverage of the game between the Packers and Ravens will air on FOX beginning at 1:00 pm ET from M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, MD.
I'm not too surprised that the Pack is favored by Vegas as a visitor going into M&T Bank Stadium, considering that many bettors will take Baltimore and the points. That should mean a lot of extra action in terms of gambling volume on this game...which of course means lots of extra commission income for the sports casinos.
The fact is, since John Harbaugh took over the...
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I know Joe Flacco got himself a Super Bowl win last season, but I still don’t respect him as a passer. Added to that is Ray Rice’s bad hip and the Ravens will need to get creative just to keep drives alive. Look for Jermichael Finley to get behind a collection of linebackers that is very good at rushing the passer but poor at pass coverage.