Despite missing the last two days of practice because of a back injury, outside linebacker Jarret Johnson is questionable for Sunday's contest against the AFC North reigning division champion Cincinnati Bengals, according to the final injury report of the week.
Johnson, however, has not missed a game since Dec. 21, 2003 and he said that prior to the release of the report, he planned to play Sunday.
"I'm good," he said after the team practiced Friday. "I'm good to go."
Joining Johnson as questionable are five players who were limited in practice for the second consecutive day. They are linebackers Ray Lewis (foot), Jameel McClain (knee) and Tavares Gooden (thigh), tight end Todd Heap (strained right shoulder) and rookie nose tackle Terrence Cody (torn meniscus in left knee).
Wide receiver Anquan Boldin (thigh) was upgraded from limited to full participation Friday, and both he and fellow wideout Marcus Smith (knee) are probable.
For the Bengals, starting outside linebacker Keith Rivers (foot) was limited for the second straight day and is questionable for Sunday. Starting running back Cedric Benson (shoulder) practiced fully for the second consecutive day, and he is probable.
Defensive end Jonathan Fanene (hamstring) is out, running back Brian Leonard (foot) is questionable, and wide receiver Andre Caldwell (groin) and cornerback Brandon Ghee (head) are both probable.