The final injury report of the week is out, and a number of Ravens are listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Bengals, including three of their starting linebackers.
NT Terrence Cody (knee), LB Tavares Gooden (thigh), TE Todd Heap (shoulder), LB Jarret Johnson (back), LB Ray Lewis (foot) and LB Jameel McClain (knee) are all considered 50-50 for Sunday.
Johnson missed practice today for the second straight day, while the other five players listed above all had limited participation today.
OT Jared Gaither (back) and WR Donte' Stallworth (foot) have been ruled out for the Bengals game, while WR Anquan Boldin (thigh) and WR Marcus Smith (knee) are probable.
Meanwhile, CB Lardarius Webb was not listed on the injury report all week. Webb has slowly been progressing from a torn ACL suffered last December, and head coach John Harbaugh told reporters today that the second-year corner could make his season debut on Sunday if he feels up to it.
"I think there's a chance he'll play," Harbaugh said. "It just depends on how he feels as we get close to the game. We said last week he practiced 100-percent, and he did, and he's practiced 100-percent again this week. So, he's doing well."
For Cincinnati, DE Jonathan Fanene (hamstring) has been ruled out, starting LB Keith Rivers (foot) is questionable, and starting RB Cedric Benson (shoulder) is listed as probable.