Found January 01, 2012 on Pro Football Talk:
On December 22, Ravens coach John Harbaugh said that receiver Anquan Boldin would miss the last two games of the regular season.  As it turns out, Harbaugh may have been incorrect. John Clayton of reports that Dr. James Andrews has cleared Boldin to practice “and possibly play” on Sunday against the Bengals on Sunday.…

Friday’s Injury Update: Boldin and Yanda Doubtful for Regular-Season Finale

Even with the return of wide receiver Anquan Boldin and right guard Marshal Yanda to Friday’s practice, the Baltimore Ravens listed both players as doubtful for Sunday’s regular-season finale at Cincinnati, according to Edward Lee of The Baltimore Sun. Boldin, who underwent surgery to repair a torn meniscus in his knee eight days ago, had [...]

Boldin Inactive

Wide receiver Anquan Boldin is inactive for Baltimore. Fantasy Spin: No surprise here as Boldin was considered doubtful due to his knee injury. Rookie Torrey Smith will inherit more targets in his absence vs. Cincinnati.

Boldin set to return, spark offense

Wide receiver could impact flailing aerial attackThe Ravens finished the regular season by winning two games despite inconsistent gains from their passing attack. That problem could be remedied by the return of Anquan Boldin.

Ravens WR Boldin inactive for regular-season finale vs. Bengals

Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Anquan Boldin is out for Sunday's game against the Cincinnati Bengals. Guard Marshal Yanda is active.

Ravens' Boldin cleared for practice; game, too?

Dr. James Andrews has cleared Baltimore Ravens receiver Anquan Boldin to practice and possibly play Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals.

Ravens WR Boldin doubtful to play one week after knee surgery

The return of Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Anquan Boldin might come sooner than expected. Boldin was limited in Friday's practice and listed as doubtful for Sunday's game against the Cincinnati Bengals after undergoing knee surgery Dec. 22 to repair a torn meniscus in his knee.

Cameron: Injuries aren't weighing down Ravens' offense

Injuries to Boldin, Yanda won't deter offense from objective Sunday The offense could take the field on Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals without their second starter in as many weeks as right guard Marshal Yanda (bruised ribs/thigh) could join wide receiver Anquan Boldin (knee surgery) in the sideline.

Sources: Ravens' Boldin cleared for practice

Dr. James Andrews has cleared Baltimore Ravens receiver Anquan Boldin to practice and possibly play Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals.

Lee Evans’ Time to Shine is Now

With No.1 wide receiver Anquan Boldin still sidelined by a knee injury, the time is now for veteran receiver Lee Evans to step in and play a major role in the Ravens’ regular-season finale at Cincinnati. Evans, who made second start of the season last week, was targeted four times, but failed to record a [...]

Monday Press Conference - 1/2

Includes Head Coach John Harbaugh.

Sunday's injuries

Arizona: RB Beanie Wells (knee). Atlanta: CB Brent Grimes (knee), LB Stephen Nicholas (toe). Baltimore: WR Anquan Boldin (knee). Buffalo: OL Demetrius Bell (knee/ankle), OL Kraig Urbik (knee), WR Brad Smith (hamstring).

Bengals are a scary proposition, but...

It's almost hard to believe that the 2011 regular season has come down to this, since there were several seemingly golden opportunities for the Ravens to lock up a high playoff seed a lot earlier. No use crying about it. The Ravens have not played well on the road and need a victory over the Bengals on Sunday to finish with a .500 record away from M&T Bank Stadium. That...
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