Fullback Le'Ron McClain says he's healthy enough to play Sunday.
So does safety Dawan Landry.
You can add wide receiver Derrick Mason and right guard Chris Chester to that list as well.
Mason missed yesterday's practice with an illness, but the 14-year vet returned to the field today and said that he's feeling better.
"Oh yeah, I am. Better than I did yesterday," Mason said. "I'm still sick somewhat. I think today was good. I got an opportunity to run and sweat some of it out."
With the Ravens set to face the Steelers, Mason said there's no chance of him sitting out Sunday's game.
"It wasn't even a question about me missing a game," Mason said. "It was just making sure I was rested."
As for Chester, the Ravens starting right guard expects to play against the Steelers after missing the last two games with a leg infection.
"I feel more than capable to go," Chester said. "I feel very optimistic about my chances to play this week."
Chester was hospitalized with the infection two Thursdays ago, and he missed the Ravens' games against the Panthers and Buccaneers before returning to practice this week.
The infection is fully healed at this point, and while Chester said that he's not completely at 100 percent, he thinks he's healthy enough to play.
"The stitches are out, and the wound seems, to the best of my medical opinion, to be fine," Chester said. "So, like I said, I feel very optimistic. There's maybe a little bit of stiffness in there, but besides that, I feel more than capable of playing."