Ravens linebackers Albert McClellan, right, and Daryl Smith chat at Ravens practice on Aug. 17, 2015.
Ravens linebackers Albert McClellan, right, and Daryl Smith chat at Ravens practice on Aug. 17, 2015. (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)

After a season full of injuries, the Ravens go into their regular-season finale against the Cincinnati Bengals without any injury drama. Reserve linebacker and special teams standout Albert McClellan is questionable with an ankle injury, but everybody else is expected to play.

McClellan has missed the past two games and was a limited participant in practice the past two days. Otherwise, fullback Kyle Juszczyk (illness) and linebackers Elvis Dumervil and Daryl Smith, who didn't practice for one day this week for noninjury reasons, are probable.

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For the Bengals, quarterback Andy Dalton (thumb) and fullback/tight end Ryan Hewitt (knee/illness) have been ruled out. Current starting quarterback A.J. McCarron (wrist), wide receiver Marvin Jones (hamstring), tight end Tyler Eifert (concussion), defensive end Carlos Dunlap (hamstring) and safety George Iloka (groin) are all probable.

End zone

The Pittsburgh Steelers cut former Raven Jacoby Jones a couple of weeks after Jones fumbled away the return job. Jones has now been let go by three teams — the Ravens, San Diego Chargers and Steelers — in less than a year. … The Ravens had a walkthrough practice on New Year's Day. They'll travel to Cincinnati on Saturday.

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