2013 NFL Playoffs: Colts vs. Ravens inactives

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Baltimore and Indianapolis are getting ready for their Wild Card matchup, but a few young men won't be suiting up.

The Baltimore Ravens will be hosting the Indianapolis Colts at M&T Bank Stadium on Sunday in the third game of Wild Card weekend. The winner gets a date with Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos next Saturday.

For many, this game is all about Ray Lewis, who is playing his final home game. The future Hall-of-Fame linebacker has stated this will be his last season, regardless of the Ravens' success or failure in the postseason.

It's also about Andrew Luck, who is making his playoff debut for Indianapolis.

Of course, some players won't be on the field and were relegated to the inactive list. They are as follows for both sides:

Balitmore, per its official Twitter: LG Jah Reid, S Omar Brown, CB Chris Johnson, OLB Adrian Hamilton, OL Ramon Harewood, WR Deonte Thompson and DT Bryan Hall.

Indianapolis, per beat writer Mike Chappell: WR Nathan Palmer, CB Teddy Williams, S Delano Howell, RB Delone Carter, DT Kellen Heard, OT Joe Reitz and OT Tony Hills.

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