The Ravens are healthy heading into Sunday's kickoff against the Dallas Cowboys at M&T Bank Stadium.
Only two players are on the injury report: Pro Bowl defensive tackle Haloti Ngata (shoulder) and offensive tackle Jah Reid (strained right calf).
Both are listed as probable.
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Ngata was limited in practice Friday for the third consecutive day, and Reid participated fully as he has done all week.
"I'm good, I'm ready to go," Ngata said. "It's something small. I fell down and messed up my shoulder. I did a lot more today."
For the Cowboys, punter Brian Moorman (right groin) was ruled out.
And punter Chris Jones (left knee) is questionable as well as center-guard Ryan Cook (hamstring) and linebacker Anthony Spencer (shoulder).
Meanwhile, the following players are probable: linebacker Alex Albright (neck), wide receiver Miles Austin (hamstring), cornerback Morris Claiborne (illness), defensive tackle Kenyon Coleman (knee), center Phil Costa (back), safety Matt Johnson (hamstring), nose guard Jay Ratliff (ankle) and defensive tackle Marcus Spears (knee).