The Ravens expect to have pretty close to a full complement for Saturday's divisional playoff at Denver, the only exception being guard Jah Reid.
Baltimore placed Reid on season-ending injured reserve Friday because of a toe injury and activated cornerback Asa Jackson, who was suspended four games for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy.
Reid appeared in nine games this season, starting seven. He missed the wild card win over the Colts with the same ailment.
Outside of that, the Ravens have no one listed as out, doubtful or questionable for tomorrow's game.
Baltimore listed 17 players as probable, none of which are expected to miss the contest. They are: wideouts Anquan Boldin (shoulder), Tandon Doss (ankle), Torrey Smith (back) and David Reed (thigh), linebackers Dannell Ellerbe (ankle), Adrian Hamilton (illness), Ray Lewis (triceps), Albert McClellan (shoulder) and Terrell Suggs (achilles/biceps), fullback Vonta Leach (knee/ankle), defensive end Pernell McPhee (thigh), defensive tackle Haloti Ngata (knee), running back Bernard Pierce (knee), safeties Bernard Pollard (chest) and Ed Reed (shoulder), cornerback Jimmy Smith (abdominal) and guard Marshal Yanda (shoulder).
The Broncos have ruled out cornerback Tracy Porter (concussion), but have just six others on their injury report, all of which are listed as probable.
They are safeties Mike Adams (knee) and Jim Leonard (thigh), tackles Ryan Clady (shoulder) and Orlando Franklin (knee), wideouts Trindon Holliday (ankle) and Matt Willis (knee), and guard Chris Kuper (ankle).