Ravens head to Kansas City with nearly empty injury report

Just as in recent weeks, the Ravens appear to be much closer to full strength than their opponent.

Baltimore heads into this Sunday's game at the Kansas City with just two players on its injury report. Tackle Jah Reid (calf) is listed as questionable and wideout Torrey Smith (ankle) is listed as probable. Reid, who started 15 games last year, has yet to play this season.

Of course, linebacker Terrell Suggs remains out, and won't be eligible to return until the seventh contest of the year. But the Ravens continue to be fortunate when it comes to injuries.

Kansas City hasn't been so lucky.

The Chiefs have 10 players on their injury report, including three that are out: defensive end Glen Dorsey (calf), running back Peyton Hillis (ankle) and receiver Devon Wylie (hamstring).

Cornerback Jalil Brown (hamstring) is doubtful, as are linebacker Derrick Johnson (groin), safety Kendrick Lewis (shoulder) and defensive end Ropati Pitoitua (elbow).

Wide receiver Jon Baldwin (hamstring), cornerback Brandon Flowers (heel) and guard Ryan Lilja (back) are listed as probable.