Ravens standout nose tackle Haloti Ngata is officially listed as questionable on the injury report even though coach John Harbaugh said the Pro Bowl defensive lineman is set to play Sunday against the Green Bay Packers.
Ngata is listed as questionable primarily because he didn't practice Wednesday and Thursday.
"We gave Haloti a few days," Harbaugh said. "He had little tweaks and strains and things like that. So, we gave him a couple days. But he looked good today, so he's going to play. He should be fine."
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Besides Ngata, 10 other Ravens are listed as questionable.
That includes Pro Bowl kick returner Jacoby Jones, who was limited all week for the second week in a row with a sprained right knee that has forced him to miss the past four games.
"He looked good," Harbaugh said. "So, encouraged."
Wide receiver Marlon Brown (hamstring), cornerback Chykie Brown (hamstring), safety Michael Huff (back), linebacker Albert McClellan (sprained right shoulder), offensive guard Kelechi Osemele (back spasms), running back Bernard Pierce (hamstring), defensive end Marcus Spears (knee) and wide receiver Brandon Stokley (groin, hip) and center Ryan Jensen (foot surgery) were all questionable and limited in practice. Huff was added to the injury report Friday.
A sixth-round draft pick from Colorado State-Pueblo, Jensen is a player the Ravens have held a roster spot for since he got hurt at the start of training camp.
"Ryan, we've held onto him ever since he had a broken foot," Harbaugh said. "It was going to be a long-term deal. We decided that he had enough value for us to hold that roster spot. So, I'm really excited about that. Don't know to what extent he'll be able to practice. He practiced a little bit this week.
"Next week, we'll just have to see how he responds. I'm hoping he's out there for every snap next week. Then, we'll just have to see because he's a rookie who hasn't practiced in two months-plus. I would expect as the season goes on if he stays healthy and continues to progress, he'll provide us with good depth in there and that will be a plus for us."
Bachup nose tackle Terrence Cody (sprained left knee) is doubtful and just as well be listed as out considering he hasn't practiced or played in a game since getting hurt against the Houston Texans on Sept. 22.
The Packers ruled out cornerback Casey Hayward (hamstring) after previously ruling out linebackers Clay Matthews (thumb surgery) and Brad Jones (hamstring), running back James Starks (knee) and center-guard Greg Van Roten (foot).
Green Bay cornerback Jarrett Bush (hamstring) is questionable.
The Packers listed linebackers Sam Barrington (hip) and Andy Mulumba (ankle) and defensive tackle Ryan Pickett (hand) as probable.