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Monday, November 24, 2014

Ravens Injury Report: Haloti Ngata, Marshal Yanda, Jah Reid

By on 11/24/2014 03:15:00 PM

Following a bye week, the Baltimore Ravens are relatively healthy ahead of a trip to the Superdome to face the New Orleans Saints on “Monday Night Football.”

Only two players are officially listed as out on Baltimore's final Week 12 injury report. The most notable name is backup tackle Jah Reid, who remains out after breaking his hand in practice nearly three weeks ago.

Reserve wide receiver and punt returner Michael Campanaro will miss his third straight game with a thigh injury. Other than those two, the Ravens expect to have everyone avaliable on Monday night.

Right guard Marshal Yanda missed Wednesday's practice to rest a knee injury but was able to return to full participation by Friday. The injury has bothered Yanda in practice since Week 8, although he has yet to miss a game and has played well for the Ravens this season.

Defensive tackle Haloti Ngata did not practice on Friday to rest. The late bye week should help energize the 30-year-old, who leads all NFL interior linemen with seven pass breakups.

Tight end Owen Daniels, linebacker Daryl Smith and linebacker Terrell Suggs also received regular veteran days off on Friday.

Fullback Kyle Juszczyk is listed as probable after being limited during the week due to a foot injury on Friday to round out the injury report.

New Orleans has not played well this season, but a primetime game in the Superdome always presents a major challenge. Every game from here on out will be critical for the Ravens in a tightly contested AFC North race, but their good health could be an important factor.   

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