Baltimore Ravens

Ngata, Yanda, Boldin among seven questionable on Ravens' injury report

Three Ravens Pro Bowl selections, offensive guard Marshal Yanda, fullback Vonta Leach and defensive tackle Haloti Ngata, are all listed as questionable on the final injury report of the week.

Yanda has shoulder and knee ailments as well as coming off of a sprained right ankle. Leach is limping around with a sprained right ankle. And Ngata has been bothered by a sprained right knee for the majority of the season.


Heading into Sunday's game against the Cincinnati Bengals, seven Ravens are questionable, including: wide receivers Anquan Boldin (shoulder) and Tandon Doss (ankle) and linebacker Albert McClellan (shoulder, hamstring).

The Ravens are expected to rest completely or limit players' playing time against the Bengals.


Yanda, Leach, Ngata, Boldin and strong safety Bernard Pollard (damaged ribs, probable) are among the prime candidates for time off in the regular-season finale.

Several players are listed as probable, including middle linebacker Ray Lewis (right triceps surgery). Although active for Sunday's game, Lewis has been declared out until the postseason by coach John Harbaugh.

Inside linebacker Dannell Ellerbe (sprained right ankle), wide receiver Jacoby Jones (ankle), defensive end Pernell McPhee (quadriceps), tight end Dennis Pitta (knee), free safety Ed Reed (torn shoulder labrum), cornerback Jimmy Smith (sports hernia surgery) and outside linebacker Terrell Suggs (torn right biceps) are all probable.

The Bengals ruled out kicker Mike Nugent (right calf). Cornerbacks Jason Allen (hamstring) and cornerback Terence Newman (groin) are questionable.

Running back BenJarvus Green-Ellis (illness), cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones (hamstring) and safety Reggie Nelson (shoulder) are all probable.