As has been the case this entire week, the Ravens had their entire roster out at practice today.
Safety Ed Reed has been limited this week because of an ankle injury, but he'll play Sunday. Barring any kind of setbacks, it doesn't appear the Ravens have any real injury concerns going into the AFC championship.
Terrell Suggs continued to show that he's not letting the magnitude of the playoff stage affect his play or his demeanor.
The Ravens linebacker came out to the practice field wearing former Ravens wide receiver Marcus Smith's No. 11 jersey, grabbed a microphone from a cameraman, and began singing directly into the camera.
It's really a shame the guy doesn't have more fun.
Meanwhile, the Ravens have announced that Cal Ripken Jr. (heard of him?) will be serving as the team's honorary captain for Sunday's game at New England.
Ripken, an Baseball Hall of Famer and Ravens season ticket holder, will be on the field for the opening coin flip.
"Cal is a true Baltimore hero," Ravens president Dick Cass told the team's Web site. "He is a great representative of both the city of Baltimore and the Baltimore Ravens."