Ravens vs. Broncos, injury report: Healthy rosters face off in divisional round

Chris Humphreys-US PRESSWIRE

The Ravens and Broncos are likely to each be missing just one player from their rosters due to injury.

While both the Baltimore Ravens and Denver Broncos have plenty of names on the injury reports, neither team will be missing many playmakers on Saturday and both teams enter the divisional round of the playoffs relatively healthy. Only Broncos cornerback Tracy Porter and Ravens offensive lineman Jah Reid were declared out for Saturday's game in the injury reports released Friday.

Each of the seven players that are listed as probable for the Broncos practiced in full throughout the week, including starting tackle Ryan Clady. The same can't be said for the 17 players on the Ravens' roster that are probable for Saturday, though.

Among those with limited practice time is fullback Vontae Leach, who did not practice on Wednesday and received limited reps on Thursday and Friday; however, the veteran is expected to play. Wide receivers Torrey Smith and David Reed, who were limited Thursday and Friday with back and thigh injuries, are also expected to play.

Kickoff for Saturday's game is scheduled for 4:30 p.m. ET and the winning team will advance to play in the AFC Championship.

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