Baltimore will be without CB Samari Rolle for the AFC Championship Game against the Steelers in Pittsburgh. Rolle, who had an interception in last week’s divisional-round win over the Titans, didn’t practice all week because of a thigh injury.
But it’s not all bad news for the Ravens. LB Terrell Suggs, who was listed as questionable with a sprained shoulder, is active and will play today, NFL Network’s Adam Schefter reported. Suggs didn’t practice all week and his arm was in a sling as recently as Thursday. The six-year veteran has not missed a game during his entire career.
Ravens WR Derrick Mason, who also missed the team’s practices this week, is also active and expected to play.
For the Steelers, S Troy Polamalu (calf) and C Justin Hartwig (knee), both listed as probable, were active after fully participating in practice Friday.
Ravens: QB Todd Bouman (3rd), WR Terrance Copper, CB Samari Rolle, RB Jalen Parmele, LB Antwan Barnes, LB Robert McCune, T Oniel Cousins and G David Hale.
Steelers: QB Dennis Dixon (3rd), S Anthony Smith, DB Fernando Bryant, LB Bruce Davis, T Tony Hills, T Jason Capizzi, DT Scott Paxson and DE Orpheus Roye.