Head Coach John Harbaugh is getting over a chest cold, but other than that, the Ravens are very healthy heading into Sunday's regular-season opener in Miami.
The first Ravens injury report of the season was very brief. Cornerback Brandon Carr (hip), a limited participant Wednesday, was the only player on the report. Everyone else on the 53-man roster was a full participant.
Asked if the Ravens were heading into a season as healthy as they could be," Harbaugh said, "Probably so. We are excited. We're healthy."
The Ravens suffered only one major injury this offseason and preseason with cornerback Tavon Young (neck).
Quarterback Robert Griffin III, who sat out the entire preseason with a broken bone in his hand, is cleared to play Sunday, as is inside linebacker Chris Board, who suffered a concussion in the second preseason game.
Veteran safety Earl Thomas III, whose suffered a season-ending broken leg while playing with the Seattle Seahawks last season, said he felt 100 percent for Sunday. Thomas has moved well during practices and preseason action.
"I have no complaints at this point," Thomas said. "I'm running. I feel good. I want to watch my weight a little bit, and on Sundays, just fly around."
WR Albert Wilson, S Bobby McCain Limited for Dolphins
The Dolphins had two starters who were limited during Wednesday's practice – safety Bobby McCain (shoulder) and wide receiver Albert Wilson (hip).
Others that were limited included cornerback Johnson Bademosi (hip), guard Danny Isidora (hamstring), defensive tackle John Jenkins (illness) and outside linebacker Andrew Van Ginkel (foot).
Outside linebacker Trent Harris (foot) did not practice Wednesday, while defensive end Charles Harris (wrist) was a full participant.
The Dolphins' biggest subtraction came over the weekend when they traded starting left tackle Laremy Tunsil to the Houston Texans. Julien Davenport is Miami's new starting left tackle, according to their depth chart.