Amid a sea of "no comments," the Ravens have listed left tackle Jared Gaither as questionable for Sunday's game against the unbeaten Broncos. Neither coach John Harbaugh nor Gaither would address his physical status after today's practice. Gaither did say that he felt "great."
Gaither has missed two weeks with a neck injury, returned to practice on Wednesday and then had to sit out Thursday's session. Today, he had limited participation.
When a group of reporters went to Gaither's locker after today's workout, a member of the team's PR department stood off to the side to monitor the situation. Several reporters were allowed to ask questions, although they were drew the same "no comment" response.
The other player who would seem to have an issue going into the Denver game is linebacker Tavares Gooden, who suffered a concussion Wednesday and was unable to work out. Gooden got clearance to do the full practice today and is listed as probable. He would not take questions about his injury, either.
Also listed as probable were quarterback Joe Flacco (ankle), kicker Steve Hauschka (right ankle), linebacker Jarret Johnson (shoulder), safety Ed Reed (illness) and wide receiver David Tyree (hamstring). All participated in today's workout.
Hauschka first appeared on the injury report on Thursday.
The Broncos appear to be in very good shape for the game. Safety Brian Dawkins and defensive lineman Ronald Fields, both with hamstring injuries, are listed as probably and participated today.