It took until Week 16, but the Ravens finally played a game without adding any additional injury concerns.
The Ravens made it out of Sunday's game against Pittsburgh healthy, and they didn't have any injury-related additions to this week's injury report.
"There's good news and good news: We won the game, and nobody is getting an MRI [magnetic resonance imaging] today, for the first time all year," Head Coach John Harbaugh said Monday.
The only players who missed practice were fullback Kyle Juszczyk (illness), linebacker Albert McClellan (ankle) and outside linebacker Elvis Dumervil (veteran off day).
Of those players, McClellan is likely the only one in danger of missing this week's matchup with Cincinnati. The ankle issue has kept him sidelined the last two weeks.
The Ravens didn't have anyone else even listed on the injury report.
Dalton Ruled Out For Bengals
The Bengals have some injury concerns on their end, as starting quarterback Andy Dalton will miss his third-straight game with a thumb injury.
Dalton was officially ruled out on the injury report, meaning AJ McCarron will likely get the start. McCarron was a limited participant, however, because of a* *wrist injury that required him to get an MRI. The Bengals expect him to be ready to play.
"I don't have any concerns," McCaron said. "Just ready to get back and playing. Ready to go."
The only player other than Dalton to miss practice for Cincinnati was reserve running back Ryan Hewitt (knee/illness). Defensive end Carlos Dunlap (hamstring), safety George Iloka (groin) and wide receiver Marvin Jones (hamstring) were all limited participants.
Tight end Tyler Eiefert (concussion) was a full participant after missing the last two games. The fact that he is practicing fully is a sign that he has been cleared by the doctors and will play Sunday.