Final Ravens-Browns injury report

I touched on it earlier, but now it’s official : Ravens wide receiver/kick returner David Reed and safety Tom Zbikowski are both out for Sunday’s game against the Browns.

Reed (concussion) has not yet passed his baseline test and is not cleared to play, while Zbikowski (back) has a bulging disc and also will not be able to suit up against Cleveland.

Tight end Todd Heap (hamstring) is listed as questionable, as is cornerback Chris Carr (illness), who did not participate in practice today. He was a new addition to the injury report.

Eight Ravens are listed as probable: linebacker Brendon Ayanbadejo (knee), center Matt Birk (knee), wide receiver Derrick Mason (ankle), guard/tackle Tony Moll (illness), safety Haruki Nakamura (illness), linebacker Jason Phillips (illness), defensive end Cory Redding (elbow) and wide receiver Marcus Smith (shoulder).

Redding did not practice today, while Ayanbadejo, Mason and Nakamura were all upgraded to full participation.

For the Browns, reserve tight end Robert Royal (shoulder) is listed as doubtful.

Starting defensive lineman Kenyon Coleman (knee) is listed as questionable, as is three-time Pro Bowl defensive lineman Shaun Rogers (ankle/hip).

Five Browns starters are probable: defensive back Sheldon Brown (shoulder), running back Peyton Hillis (knee), quarterback Colt McCoy (illness), and offensive linemen John St. Clair (ankle) and Floyd Womack (knee).

Pro Bowl kick returner Josh Cribbs (foot) also is listed as probable.

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