Defensive tackle Haloti Ngata and cornerback Josh Wilson are the Ravens' biggest injury concerns for Sunday's showdown with the New England Patriots.
Ngata, who injured his left knee in the team's 31-17 victory over the Denver Broncos last Sunday, was limited in practice for the second consecutive day, and he is questionable for the game against New England.
Similarly, Wilson, who injured his hamstring against the Broncos, was limited for the second straight day and is questionable for Sunday.
Linebackers Jameel McClain (knee) and Edgar Jones (thigh), running back Ray Rice (knee), fullback Le'Ron McClain (shoulder/knee) and safety Ken Hamlin (ankle) are probable despite being limited in practice Friday.
Defensive end Paul Kruger (sprained medial collateral ligament in left knee) was also limited Friday, but he is doubtful for Sunday.
For the Patriots, running back Fred Taylor has been ruled out after not practicing for the third consecutive day. Safety James Sanders (hamstring) was limited for the second straight day, and he is listed as questionable.
Quarterback Tom Brady (right shoulder) and cornerback Terrence Wheatley (foot) fully participated for the third consecutive day, and both are probable against the Ravens.