After suffering a mild concussion Sunday against the Buccaneers, Ravens strong safety Dawan Landry pronounced himself healthy and ready to play in Sunday's big divisional battle with the Steelers.
"I feel regular," Landry said. "I'm ready to go."
Landry has still not yet been medically cleared. He passed the impact test, and practiced every day this week, but still needs to take the baseline test, a neurological exam that is given to players after they suffer concussions.
The five-year veteran said he was scheduled to take that test shortly after the Ravens' afternoon practice.
"I got to take it later today, in a little bit," Landry said.
Landry feels confident that he'll pass the baseline test and will be active for Sunday's game against Pittsburgh.
"I'm good, man," Landry said. "I feel good. Felt good all week."