Facing a Sunday game against the Buffalo Bills, followed by another matchup four days later against the New York Jets, the Ravens held an indoor walkthrough Friday to preserve their bodies.
Four players are listed as questionable, but they were all full participants in Friday's walkthrough: wide receiver Marquise Brown (ankle), cornerback Marlon Humphrey (thigh), inside linebacker Patrick Onwuasor (ankle) and wide receiver Seth Roberts (knee).
All 53 players on the roster were on the field for the walkthrough, meaning the Ravens are healthy for December. Head Coach John Harbaugh wants things to stay that way.
"We do feel good about where we're at," Harbaugh said. "We are healthy, and we do understand we play Thursday. So, we're kind of taking that into consideration from a big-picture standpoint with all the different ways that we're working, but really, the focus is just Sunday. We know what we're going to be in for. We understand the crowd. We understand the environment with the team that we're playing and the unique challenges that they pose, how hard they play. So, we're expecting a very physical, very fast-paced game, and we're getting ready for that."
Bills Rule Backup Offensive Lineman Out
The Bills (9-3) have just one player out for Sunday's game, backup offensive lineman Ty Nyskehe (ankle).
No one else was listed on Buffalo's final injury report. Two Bills who did not practice due to illness Thursday returned on Friday: guard Quinton Spain and running back T.J. Yeldon.