The Ravens held their final practice ahead of the Week 10 divisional matchup against the Browns on Friday, and they decided to run a soft walkthrough-type session at The Castle in order to keep the injury bill as clean as possible.
That was the case, as Baltimore didn't rule out any player currently in the 53-man roster for Sunday, although the franchise listed four players "questionable" entering the weekend.
Cornerback Marlon Humphrey and running back Keaton Mitchell are questionable for the game, as well as tackle Morgan Moses and backup cornerback Jalyn Armour-Davis.
Humphrey, the Ravens' star cornerback, is dealing with a hamstring injury that could have been aggravated on Thursday's session as captured here by Chris Musil of Fox (h/t Rocco DiSangro).
Mitchell, on the other hand, fully participated despite a hamstring issue. Bateman, initially limited with a back injury on Thursday, completed a full practice on Friday with no injury designation.
Head coach John Harbaugh talked about the injuries impacting the Ravens, saying "We've played very tough teams in very physical games, and I feel like our guys have handled it very well."
On the defensive front, Michael Pierce, who missed practice earlier in the week due to illness, is expected to play. Safety Marcus Williams, sidelined since mid-October, is also set to return with no injury designation.
In contrast to Baltimore, the Browns face notable absences for Sunday's pivotal clash with the Ravens.
Starting right tackle Dawand Jones was ruled out, joining Marquise Goodwin (concussion) and David Bell (knee) on the sidelines. The Browns won't have their top three players at the offensive tackle position.
Browns' starting quarterback Deshaun Watson will face the Ravens after missing their first matchup a few weeks ago. That means he will be starting his second game in as many weeks since returning from an early-season injury.