Flacco, Rice both questionable for Ravens

OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco and running back Ray Rice were both listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the New England Patriots. Flacco (left knee) and Rice (thigh) were both limited in Friday's practice.

Flacco, injured Monday night, will wear a brace for Sunday's game. He hasn't missed a game in his six-year NFL career.

“He looked good," Harbaugh said of Flacco. "[He] got through all the practices, took his reps and did well.”

Rice missed Wednesday's practice, but he participated Thursday and Friday. He was sidelined earlier this year with a hip injury.

Asked if Rice's thigh injury is related to the hip one, Harbaugh said, “You know I’m not going to get into all of that. He’s on the injury report -- that’s what it is. What the injury report says it is, it is.”

Outside linebacker Elvis Dumervil was added to the injury report Friday after being limited in practice. He was listed with an ankle injury, which forced him to miss a game two weeks ago.

Here is the complete injury report for the Ravens:

Doubtful: CB Asa Jackson (thigh, did not practice Friday).

Questionable: QB Joe Flacco (knee, limited in practice); RB Ray Rice (thigh, limited); LB Elvis Dumervil (ankle, limited); and LB Albert McClellan (neck, did not practice).

Probable: TE Dallas Clark (illness, full participation); S Brynden Trawick (ankle, full participation).