The Ravens' walking wounded all participated fully in Friday's practice in Owings Mills, a sign the team is as healthy as it's going to be for Sunday's wild-card game in New England.
Quarterback Joe Flacco has a bruised right hip and left practice about 10 minutes early Friday for treatment. Coach John Harbaugh said Flacco had finished his work for the day, and later Flacco said his hip "feels great right now. I've just got to make sure it stays that way."
Flacco, linebacker Tavares Gooden (groin), tight end Todd Heap (neck), linebacker Jarret Johnson (back), long snapper Matt Katula (elbow), wide-out Derrick Mason (knee), defensive tackle Haloti Ngata (ankle) cornerback Marcus Paschal (back), defensive end Trevor Pryce (head), safety Ed Reed (groin), guard Marshal Yanda (knee) and safety Tom Zbikowski (neck) are all probable.
For the Patriots, offensive lineman Dan Connolly (ankle) missed practice all week and is listed at questionable. Quarterback Tom Brady (right shoulder, finger, rib) practiced Friday, but wide receiver Randy Moss did not. Moss' situation was listed on the injury report as non-injury, but he is still listed as probable for the game.