Last week's first-round playoff bye did the Ravens wonders.
All the Ravens were accounted for at today's practice and there is a good chance that the team will be at full strength for Sunday's AFC Divisional playoff game against the Houston Texans at M&T Bank Stadium.
Starting linebacker Jameel McClain, who has a knee sprain, was also moving around at practice. The only Raven who looked limited was special teams ace Brendon Ayanbadejo, who is dealing with a right quad injury.
"Jameel and Brendon continue to rehab and are making good progress," Harbaugh said. "Again, we'll have to see how it goes, but we do anticipate them playing on Sunday."
Ravens middle linebacker Ray Lewis, who missed four games with a toe injury earlier this season, said this is as healthy as the team has been heading into the playoffs during his career.
Wide receiver Anquan Boldin, who missed the final two games after having knee surgery, are among the players who have returned.
"Anquan looks good," said Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco. "Obviously, he had to heal himself up a little bit. I’m glad we gave him a couple of weeks to get fresh. Those extra weeks, I think, definitely helped, not only him but a couple of guys on our team. I think he’s going to provide that spark, I really do. Obviously, he’s one of our best players and any time you can have a guy come back right at the right time – especially a guy that has been off his feet for the past few weeks – I think that helps."