On Now
Coming Up
  • Mon., Jul. 11, 2016 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM EDT Junior Ravens Cheerleaders Camp

    Designed to focus on specific competitive cheer skills, Junior Ravens is the perfect camp for competitive cheerleaders! Participants will have the chance to perform at our annual Fireworks Night during Training Camp at M&T Bank Stadium.

  • Wed., Jul. 13, 2016 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM EDT Lil Ravens Cheer Camp At the 2016 Ravens Cheerleaders Lil Ravens Summer Camp kids will enjoy activities and crafts including, individual cheerleading instruction, performance opportunities, autographs from the Ravens Cheerleaders, and an end-of-camp all-day celebration.
  • Mon., Aug. 01, 2016 7:00 PM EDT Training Camp Military Appreciation Day The first M&T Bank Stadium practice will take place on Monday, Aug. 1 at 7 p.m. This practice – free and open to all fans – coincides with the Ravens’ annual Military Appreciation Day. Approximately 3,500 special seats will be reserved for active service members and veterans who present valid military identification upon check-in at the stadium.
  • Sat., Aug. 06, 2016 6:00 PM EDT Training Camp Fireworks Night On Saturday, Aug. 6 at 6 p.m., the second M&T Bank Stadium practice will showcase the organization’s third-annual Fireworks Night, an event highlighted by post-practice autographs for children and a fireworks/laser show.
  • Fri., Sep. 09, 2016 5:00 PM EDT Countdown To Kickoff Party Presented By Miller Lite Grammy Award®-nominated rock band 3 DOORS DOWN will perform at the Ravens Countdown to Kickoff Party Presented by Miller Lite on Friday, Sept. 9 at Maryland State Fairgrounds. Gates open at 5:00 p.m. Open to all ages.
  • Sat., Dec. 10, 2016 2:00 PM EST Army vs. Navy Football Don't miss one of the greatest events you can ever attend! The Army-Navy Game presented by USAA returns to M&T Bank Stadium on Saturday, December 10, 2016



Who's Playing, Who's Not vs. Patriots

Posted Dec 20, 2013

Quarterback Joe Flacco, running back Ray Rice and outside linebacker Elvis Dumervil are all questionable.

Joe Flacco Questionable With Knee Problem

The Ravens avoided a real scare with Joe Flacco’s injured left knee, and the franchise quarterback appears ready to play Sunday against the New England Patriots.

He is officially listed as questionable on the injury report, but the Ravens indicated throughout the week Flacco is likely to play.

“He looked good,” Head Coach John Harbaugh said Friday. “I don’t know if there was a progression; it was just the same all week. He got through all the practices, took his reps, and did well.” 

Flacco was a limited participant in practice during the week, and he wore a knee brace to provide additional protection. He told reporters that he plans to wear the brace in the game Sunday. 

“I don’t know if it will be a necessity or not, but I’m going to wear it,” he said. “There is no reason not to.”

The hit to Flacco’s knee by linebacker DeAndre Levy came in the fourth quarter of Monday’s game against the Detroit Lions. At first he thought that the injury could be serious, but he quickly realized he was OK and stayed in the game. 

“My mind was at ease as soon as I got up, so that wasn’t that big of an issue,” Flacco said.

He has never suffered a serious injury, and he has started every game (94) in his six-year career, third most among active quarterbacks in the NFL.

“I’m definitely very proud of that,” Flacco said. “At some point, it may happen that I can’t go out there and start a football game, but we’re going to try to hold that off for a while.”

Rice Also Listed As Questionable

Flacco isn’t the only offensive star on the injury report this week, as running back Ray Rice is listed as questionable with a thigh injury.

Rice sat out practice on Wednesday and was limited Thursday and Friday. Rice dealt with a hip injury that forced him to miss time earlier this year, and it’s unknown if the thigh injury is related to that issue.

“I’m not going to get into all of that,” Harbaugh said. “He’s on the injury report – that’s what it is. What the injury report says it is, it is.” 

Having Rice healthy is important for the Ravens, as the ground game has made strides in recent weeks. He averaged 4.7 yards per carry Monday against the Lions, and he could be in store for a strong game against a Patriots defense that allows an average of 132.5 yards per game. 

Dumervil Added To Injury Report

Outside linebacker Elvis Dumervil returned to the lineup Monday night after missing the Week 14 game against the Vikings with an ankle injury. He was not on the injury report earlier this week, but was added Friday as a limited participant in practice. 

He is also listed as questionable to play. 

The other injuries for the Ravens are cornerback Asa Jackson (thigh) and linebacker Albert McClellan (neck), who both missed the entire week of practice. Jackson is listed as doubtful and McClellan is questionable. 

Tight end Dallas Clark (illness) and safety Brynden Trawick (ankle) are both probable. 

Patriots List 15 Players On Injury Report 

Patriots Head Coach Bill Belichick has long been known for his lengthy injury reports, and that is certainly the case again this week. 

The Patriots have 15 players listed, and seven are considered probable. The only player who has been ruled out is reserve wide receiver Josh Boyce (ankle). 

A big question for the Patriots coming into the week was the status of left tackle Nate Solder, who suffered concussions in back-to-back games. He was limited in practice Thursday and Friday and is questionable for Sunday. 

The other players listed as questionable are cornerbacks Kyle Arrington (groin) and Alfonzo Dennard (knee/shoulder), wide receivers Aaron Dobson (foot) and Kenbrell Thompkins (hip), and linebackers Dane Fletcher (groin) and Brandon Spikes (knee). 

The list of probable players includes quarterback Tom Brady (shoulder) wide receiver Danny Amendola (groin), cornerback Aqid Talib (hip), offensive linemen Marcus Cannon (ankle) and Will Svitek (ankle), safety Steve Gregory (finger) and tight end Michael Hoomanawanui (knee).

Please Note

The opinions, analysis and/or speculation expressed on BaltimoreRavens.com represent those of individual authors, and unless quoted or clearly labeled as such, do not represent the opinions or policies of the Baltimore Ravens' organization, front office staff, coaches and executives. Authors' views are formulated independently from any inside knowledge and/or conversations with Ravens officials, including the coaches and scouts, unless otherwise noted.

Related News

Recent Videos

Recent Photos