You wouldn't believe this, but the Baltimore Ravens are about to play a football game with virtually every member of their 53-man roster available and ready to go. Seriously.
The Ravens released their final injury report on Friday morning (USA time) and they only ruled one player out: outside linebacker Odafe Oweh.
Of all the players listed at the start of the week, most of them already had logged at least a limited training session before Friday and all but Oweh practiced in full yesterday.
Geno Stone, who was the main player of concern entering the weekend, also logged a full practice on Friday in what ultimately ended up being a walkthrough-type session considering the bad weather and the rain on the open facilities of Tottenham.
Odafe Oweh didn't practice all week and he will continue to rehab his ankle injury, with a probable return for the Week 7 matchup against the Detroit Lions back in Baltimore for the first time in a month.
Harbaugh said on Friday that Oweh is "moving closer to being able to return," and that the edge rusher is "on point" and "working really hard," per BaltimoreRavens.com.
"When he's ready to go, he'll be ready," Harbaugh said. "He's kind of getting in that neighborhood now. We'll see how he feels."
Stone missed Wednesday's practice but he finally overcame his hamstring injury throughout the remainder of the week being limited on Thursday and a full participant on Friday.
As far as the rest of the listed players, all of them were cleared for Sunday. That includes humbled CB1 Marlon Humphrey and humble WR1 Odell Beckham Jr., as well as starting tackle Morgan Moses and super-sub lineman Patrick Mekari.
RB Keaton Mitchell's activation for Week 6 up in the air
Another player scheduled to make his season debut could be UDFA running back Keaton Mitchell.
Mitchell was designed for return off Injured Reserve ahead of Week 5 but the Ravens opted to not move him to the 53-man roster, activating Kenyan Drake instead. That could change this weekend, although Harbaugh didn't confirm that'd be the case.
"[Mitchell] is doing a good job and he could be a factor, we'll see how it goes," Harbaugh said.
Mitchell was listed as "questionable" to play Sunday, but that probably has more to do with the doubts about whether he'd be activated or not rather than his actually fitness and availability now that he's been training with his teammates for more than a week.
Baltimore can still spend another activation on Kenyan Drake if they want to as he's only used two of the three allowed by the NFL. Melvin Gordon, on the other hand, cannot be elevated anymore from the Practice Squad without getting signed/added to the 53-man roster for the remainder of the season.