Ravens will go into Thursday night game close to full strength

Webb, Ayanbadejo both probable; Massaquoi out for Browns

September 26, 2012|By Jeff Zrebiec

The Ravens will be playing their second game in a five-day span tomorrow night against the Cleveland Browns, but they'll go into it mostly at full strength.

On the final injury report which came out today, cornerback Lardarius Webb (knee) and reserve linebacker and special teams ace Brendon Ayanbadejo (knee) are both listed as probable. Both were full participants in the Ravens' practice today. Ayanbadejo said yesterday that he felt good and expected to face the Browns.  

Second-year guard/tackle Jah Reid (calf) was a limited participant at today's practice and is listed as questionable on the injury report. Reid has been inactive for the first three games.

For the 0-3 Browns, wide receiver Mohamed Massaquoi (hamstring), tight end Alex Smith (head) and linebacker James-Michael Johnson (ribs/oblique) have all been ruled out.

Massaquoi has seven catches for 81 yards in six career games against the Ravens. This season, he leads all Browns' wide receivers with nine catches for 145 yards. The nine receptions put him two behind running back Trent Richardson for the team lead.

Safety Ray Ventrone (hand) is questionable while Richardson (knee), wide receiver Joshua Cribbs (knee), offensive lineman Jason Pinkston (ankle), defensive lineman Frostee Rucker (wrist), cornerback Sheldon Brown (chest) and long snapper Christian Yount (shoulder) are all probable.    

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