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Looking ahead to Sundays game, do we know:

 

Whether Fabian Washington plays on Sunday ?

 

We need Washington big time. A beat up and battered Samari Rolle and Corey Ivy/Frank Walker leaves us extremely vulnerable at corner. Its been our achilles heel all season and could be our downfall this game. Pennington threw for 295 yards in our previous game, and Miami had 359 yards of total offense. As I recall, there were times in that game where Penington was absolutely slicing and dicing our secondary and we looked helpless. Hopefully, that was then and this is now.

 

If Ray Rice is still out ?

 

We will need a healthy three headed monster and big running game against the Phins. McClain and Willis are running hard, but a third changeup runner would be nice. Either way, McClain and Willis need to have huge games.

 

Who is our KO/punt returner ? I assume Figurs is done (healthwise and otherwise) and Leonard is the PR for the duration.

 

 

Thanks to anyone who can shed some light here !

 

GO RAVENS !

 

 

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Harbaugh optimistic about Washington, Rice and Barnes

"Hopeful" was the word of the day for coach John Harbaugh, who spoke to the media the day after the Ravens clinched a wild-card berth in the AFC playoffs with a 27-7 win against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

 

Asked about the availability of cornerback Fabian Washington and his injured toe for Sunday's game against the Miami Dolphins, Harbaugh said, "He’s doing well. I don’t know that we can expect it, but we’re hopeful that he will be there."

 

A little later, Harbaugh said rookie running back Ray Rice's left shin contusion was improving. "But again, I was hoping that Ray would be back last week, I was hoping that he would be back the week before," Harbaugh said. "So we continue to hope that he’ll be back this week."

 

Harbaugh also said the team does not intend to place linebacker Antwan Barnes (pectoral muscle) on injured reserve. "We’re going to take a shot at trying to get Antwan back," he said. "We feel like there’s a chance we can get Antwan back."

 

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Harbaugh optimistic about Washington, Rice and Barnes

"Hopeful" was the word of the day for coach John Harbaugh, who spoke to the media the day after the Ravens clinched a wild-card berth in the AFC playoffs with a 27-7 win against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

 

Asked about the availability of cornerback Fabian Washington and his injured toe for Sunday's game against the Miami Dolphins, Harbaugh said, "He’s doing well. I don’t know that we can expect it, but we’re hopeful that he will be there."

 

A little later, Harbaugh said rookie running back Ray Rice's left shin contusion was improving. "But again, I was hoping that Ray would be back last week, I was hoping that he would be back the week before," Harbaugh said. "So we continue to hope that he’ll be back this week."

 

Harbaugh also said the team does not intend to place linebacker Antwan Barnes (pectoral muscle) on injured reserve. "We’re going to take a shot at trying to get Antwan back," he said. "We feel like there’s a chance we can get Antwan back."

 

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Thanks Crav !

 

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