Reed listed as probable for Sunday vs. Patriots

Barring a setback, the Ravens will have their entire roster available for Sunday's AFC championship against the Patriots.

After being limited in practice the last two days, safety Ed Reed (ankle) had a full practice today and is listed as probable for the game in New England.

Reed is the only player on the Ravens' injury report.

The Patriots' injury report is significantly longer, but New England also appears to be in good shape health-wise entering the weekend.

The Pats have 17 players on their injury report, but according to reports out of New England, offensive tackle Sebastian Vollmer (who is listed as questionable with back and foot injuries) is the only real injury concern for Bill Belichick's team.

New England lists 14 players as questionable and three are listed as probable, but quarterback Tom Brady is nowhere in that group despite missing Wednesday's practice due to a left shoulder injury. The Patriots have removed Brady from their injury report.

Key Patriots listed as questionable include: wide receiver Deion Branch (knee), safety Patrick Chung (knee), tight end Aaron Hernandez (concussion), guard Logan Mankins (knee), linebacker Rob Ninkovich (hip), offensive tackle Nate Solder (concussion), linebacker Brandon Spikes (knee) and wide receiver Wes Welker (knee).

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