As opposed to the last time the Ravens faced the Broncos, Baltimore will have its full complement of weapons for the divisional playoffs
Baltimore didn't make any scratches due to health reasons for Saturday's game at Sports Authority Field at Mile High.
The Ravens were without linebacker Ray Lewis, linebacker Dannell Ellerbe, safety Bernard Pollard, guard Marshal Yanda and tight end Ed Dickson in their 34-17 loss to Denver three weeks ago. That's five starters.
All of those players will be suited up this time around.
The only question marks this week were fullback Vonta Leach (knee/ankle) and running back Bernard Pierce (knee) because they missed Wednesday's practice. But they were limited participants Thursday and Friday and are good to go.
Baltimore's scratches are wide receiver David Reed, safety Omar Brown, cornerback Chris Johnson, outside linebacker Adrian Hamilton, guard/tackle Ramon Harewood, wide receiver Deonte Thompson and defensive tackle Bryan Hall.
Rookie cornerback Asa Jackson is active in his first game back from a four-game suspension.
The Broncos didn't make any unforeseen scratches either and are coming off an extra week of rest.
They ruled out backup cornerback Tracy Porter on Friday. Other than that, they scratched all backups: quarterback Caleb Hanie, wide receiver Andre Caldwell, fullback Chris Gronkowski, center/guard C.J. Davis, tight end Julius Thomas and nose tackle Sealver Siliga.