Ravens finally get their stars back together

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Such that anyone’s going to be healthy this time of year, the Ravens and Colts are entering today’s Wild Card game with well-stocked lineups.

Ravens linebackers Ray Lewis and Terrell Suggs will take the field together for the first time all season after injury absences, and safety Bernard Pollard is active, after missing the last three games with a chest injury.

For the Ravens, left guard Jah Reid has been deactivated, along with safety Omar Brown, cornerback Chris Johnson, outside linebacker Adrian Hamilton, offensive linemen Ramon Harewood, wide receiver Deonte Thompson and defensive tackle Bryan Hall.

For the Colts, left guard Joe Reitz has been deactivated, and will be replaced by Jeff Linkenbach. Their other inactives include wide receiver Nathan Palmer, cornerback Teddy Williams, safety Delano Howell, running back Delone Carter,defensive tackle Kellen Heard and guard Tony Hills.

15 responses to “Ravens finally get their stars back together

  1. Everyone knows the Colts are going to win this game..

  2. Impostors are still crying from being Tebowd last year and failing to even make an appearance this year. So sad. I almost feel bad, but I don’t. Cheers from M&T Bank.

  3. Now tell me you don’t have a ravenator bias…do you give him an employee discount …pathetic ..and hilarious considering what you do to everyone else.

  4. ravenator says:
    Jan 6, 2013 12:35 PM
    Impostors are still crying from being Tebowd last year and failing to even make an appearance this year. So sad. I almost feel bad, but I don’t. Cheers from M&T Bank.

    3 3 Copy and paste vintage 2012. Time for some new stuff like a raven SB appearance…naw ..never happen..

  5. thanks nofool. you are ok with me. after all the back and forth we both realize that its a game. congrats to indy and their fans on a great season. way lto go ravens and what a game by ray. thank you ray. there will never be another like u. on to denver now. tough matchup. hope we can play better this time and ray can make a difference

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