The Baltimore Ravens and New England Patriots released their inactive reports for the AFC Championship Game. There aren't too many big surprises here, but it does clear up which banged-up players are available.
For the Patriots, running back Danny Woodhead is active. Woodhead left last week's win over the Houston Texans with a thumb injury, but he appears to be healthy now. Rob Gronkowski has been placed on injured reserve after re-breaking his forearm.
Wide receiver Kamar Aiken, defensive end Jake Bequette, defensive tackle Marcus Forston, cornerback Malcolm Williams, safety Derrick Martin, guard Nick McDonald and offensive lineman Markus Zusevics are all inactive.
The biggest news on the Ravens side is that running back Bernard Pierce is active. Pierce has been battling a bruised right knee. He didn't practice much this week and was listed on questionable.
Baltimore's inactives are cornerback Asa Jackson, offensive lineman Ramon Harewood, defensive end DeAngelo Tyson, defensive tackle Bryan Hall, safety Omar Brown, linebacker Adrian Hamilton and wide receiver Deonte Thompson.