Ravens cornerback Jimmy Smith runs onto the field before the start of a game against the Cleveland Browns at M&T Bank Stadium on Oct. 11, 2015 in Baltimore.
Ravens cornerback Jimmy Smith runs onto the field before the start of a game against the Cleveland Browns at M&T Bank Stadium on Oct. 11, 2015 in Baltimore. (Patrick Smith / Getty Images)

The Ravens will be undermanned in Sunday's game against the Pittsburgh Steelers, but it appears that they won't be without their top corner and their starting right tackle.

Rick Wagner and Jimmy Smith, who have started all 14 games at right tackle and cornerback respectively, were both listed as probable on the final injury report ahead of Sunday's game at M&T Bank Stadium.

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Wagner (knee) and Smith (hamstring) both missed practice Wednesday, but they were full participants in Thursday's practice.

Wide receiver Marlon Brown (back) has been ruled out, so he'll be sidelined for the fifth straight game. Reserve linebacker Albert McClellan (ankle) is doubtful and is expected to miss his second straight game.

The Steelers have only two players on the injury report: tight end Matt Spaeth (knee) and safety Mike Mitchell (shoulder). Both are listed as probable.

Pittsburgh (9-5) could clinch a playoff berth Sunday with a victory over the Ravens (4-10), and a New York Jets loss to the New England Patriots.

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