Ravens vs. Broncos inactives, NFL Playoffs 2013: Tracy Porter inactive for Denver

Chris Humphreys-US PRESSWIRE

Tracy Porter, who suffered a concussion in Week 16, is inactive on Saturday, as the Broncos play host to the Ravens in the Divisional round.

Denver Broncos cornerback Tracy Porter is inactive on Saturday, as the Broncos are set to play host to the Baltimore Ravens, in the NFL's Divisional round.

In addition to Porter, Caleb Haine, Andre Caldwell, Chris Gronkowski, Julius Thomas, C.J. Davis and Sealver Siliga are all inactive for the Broncos.

Porter suffered a concussion in Denver's Week 16 win over the Cleveland Browns. Week 16 marked the first time Porter had played since Week 6, after an illness sidelined the Denver cornerback for over two months.

Baltimore listed David Reed, Omar Brown, Chris Johnson, Adrian Hamilton, Ramon Harewood, Deonte Thompson and Bryan Hall inactive. None of Baltimore's inactives are injury related.

Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis will make just his second appearance since tearing his triceps in Week 6. Lewis recorded 13 tackles in Baltimore's Wild Card round win over Indianapolis.

Kickoff between the Ravens and Broncos is scheduled for 4:30 p.m. ET. Televised coverage can be found on CBS.

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