Ravens injury report for Super Bowl 2013: Baltimore should be near full strength

Scott Halleran

At this point, the Ravens don't have many serious injuries that could limit them in the Super Bowl on Sunday.

As we enter the weekend of Super Bowl XLVII, the Baltimore Ravens don't seem to be hindered by any major injuries heading into their championship showdown against the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday evening.

In the team's most recent injury report, all 14 players listed were full participants in Wednesday's practice. Key defensive guys such as pass-rushing force Terrell Suggs (Achilles, biceps ailments), Ray Lewis (triceps), Ed Reed (shoulder), Haloti Ngata (knee) and cornerback Jimmy Smith (abdomen) were included on the report, while tight end Dennis Pitta (thigh), who figures to be a key figure in Baltimore's passing attack Sunday, has also not been limited in practice.

SB Nation's complete Super Bowl XLVII coverage

From Baltimore Beat Down, here's a look at what happened during the Ravens' practice from Thursday. All of your San Francisco news can be found by visiting Niners Nation, SB Nation's team site. Additionally, here's a look at San Francisco's recent injury report.

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