2 Ravens questionable for Week 15, including DPOY candidate

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The Baltimore Ravens are about to play the first of four pivotal matchups through December and January, the ones that will define their future in the NFL postseason. Not bad for starters, the Flock fielded all 53 men on Friday's practice in Owings Mills, and they just listed two players "questionable" to play in their final injury report.

The most important development involved safety Kyle Hamilton's participation in full, the first time he's done so after logging a couple of sessions "limited." He was listed with a "questionable" designation for Sunday's matchup.

Head Coach John Harbaugh sounded optimistic about Hamilton's recovery and potential participation in the game at Jacksonville, stating, "We’ll just see how he does the next couple of days, but he’s in a good place right now."

Linebacker Malik Harrison, who is coming off a groin injury that left him out of the last two games played by Baltimore, is expected to play after getting three full practices this week.

Outside linebacker Malik Hamm, an undrafted rookie, is officially listed as "questionable" to play. Hamm was designated to return from Injured Reserve last week, however, so his readiness is still under evaluation by the Ravens staff.

Harbaugh touched on Hamm's potential involvement: "I think he definitely is potentially an option. It’s health and how ready he is," indicating a decision will be based on his fitness and readiness come game time.

Inside linebacker Roquan Smith fully practiced for the second consecutive day after being limited earlier in the week due to a back issue and was removed from the injury report ahead of Sunday's matchup.

Backup quarterback Tyler Huntley returned to practice after missing Thursday due to the birth of his first son, Tyler Huntley Jr. Congrats, Tyler!

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The Ravens, currently leading the AFC with the best and only 10-win record, are in a position to secure a playoff berth with a victory over Jacksonville, depending on other game outcomes.

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