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Jacoby Jones, Marlon Brown Both Active


The Ravens' wide receiving corps is getting healthy.

Jacoby Jones and Marlon Brown are both active for Sunday's game against the Green Bay Packers.

Jones has not played since suffering a knee injury in the season opener against the Denver Broncos, and Brown missed last week's game with a hamstring injury. After dressing only three receivers last week against the Dolphins, the Ravens have five receivers active this Sunday.

The inactives for the Ravens are left tackle Bryant McKinnie, guard Jah Reid, center Ryan Jensen, wide receiver Brandon Stokley, outside linebacker John Simon and defensive linemen Terrence Cody and Marcus Spears.

With McKinnie scratched, Eugene Monroe will make the start at left tackle in his debut for the Ravens. Monroe was inactive last week after getting traded from the Jacksonville Jaguars, but he has quickly picked up the offense and told reporters Friday that he's "ready to go."

Stokley (thigh) is inactive after being re-signed on Tuesday and being limited in practice throughout the week. Stokley has not played for the Ravens since Week 3.

Spears (knee) will miss his second straight game and Cody (knee) will miss his third game in a row. With the two interior defensive linemen out, Brandon Williams and DeAngelo Tyson will likely see more reps this week.

The good news on the defensive front is that Pro Bowl nose tackle Haloti Ngata is active after missing two days of practice this week with a hip injury. Ngata was officially listed as questionable on the final injury report, but Head Coach John Harbaugh said that he "should be fine" after having a couple days of rest.

For the Packers, the most notable inactive is linebacker Clay Matthews, who broke his thumb in last week's game. Matthews leads the Packers pass rush with three sacks on the season.

The other inactives for Green Bay are linebacker Brad Jones, cornerbacks Jarrett Bush and Casey Hayward, running back James Starks, defensive end Josh Boyd and offensive lineman Greg Van Roten.

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