The Ravens don't have any surprise inactives and enter Thursday Night Football against the Cleveland Browns at full speed.
Baltimore's only injury of concern this week was to linebacker Brendon Ayanbadejo (knee), who was the lone player to sit out practice. The veteran special teams ace was listed as probable to play and will indeed suit up.
The Ravens' other inactives are all players who have sat out previously: wide receiver LaQuan Williams, cornerback/return specialist Asa Jackson, tackle Jah Reid, tight end Billy Bajema, defensive end DeAngelo Tyson, outside linebacker Sergio Kindle and defensive tackle Bryan Hall.
Reid (calf) made progress this week and was listed as questionable, but said that he wasn't yet in football shape.
Kindle has been active for one of Baltimore's four games thus far. The rest of the Ravens' inactives Thursday night haven't been suited up for any games.
The Browns don't have any surprises either. Wide receiver Mohamed Massaquoi, tight end Alex Smith and linebacker James-Michael Johnson were all previously ruled out. Speedster Travis Benjamin will replace Massaquoi as a starting wide receiver.
In addition, quarterback Thaddeus Lewis, defensive back Eric Hagg, running back Brandon Jackson and offensive lineman Ryan Miller were deactivated.