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Webb 'Ready To Get Going'

The Ravens have been without cornerback Lardarius Webb since the second day of training camp.

But one of the team's top cornerbacks could return against the Steelers.

It's still unknown, as Webb is listed as questionable on Wednesday's final injury report, but Webb expressed optimism this week.

"I'm ready to get it going," Webb told reporters on Tuesday. "Who better than Pittsburgh?"

Webb hurt his back in training camp and sat out all four of the Ravens' preseason games. He practiced fully last week, but was held out of last Sunday's game against the Cincinnati Bengals after going through on-field warmups.

Webb has practiced fully throughout this week as well.

"I'm feeling good – just ready to get out there and get everything going," he said. "[I'm ready to] play some football."

The question with Webb is how effective he would be in his first action this year. There's a difference between practicing at full speed and playing a game at full speed. Webb was asked whether he thinks the Steelers will try to specifically target him.

"I would. Wouldn't you?" Webb said. "But that's a good thing, because they don't know how hurt I was. I hope they do."

Yanda Is Probable

The only other Ravens player on the injury report was Pro Bowl right guard Marshal Yanda, who was listed as probable.

Yanda was listed with a foot injury and did not practice on Monday. He was a full participant on Tuesday and Wednesday, however.

"We held Marshal back," Harbaugh said. "He's healthy. No injury there, but we just sat Marshal out [Monday]."

Steelers Without RB Archer, WR Moore

While the Ravens are mostly healthy, the Steelers have ruled out two offensive reserves.

Rookie running back Dri Archer (ankle/knee) and veteran receiver Lance Moore (groin) have both been officially ruled out.

The Steelers loaded up their injury report, but everyone else listed looks like they are going to play. Pittsburgh had 14 players listed as probable, including quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, running back Le'Veon Bell, wide receivers Antonio Brown and Martavis Bryant, defensive end Brett Keisel, tight end Heath Miller and safety Troy Polamalu.

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