Steve Smith is no longer listed on the Ravens' injury report

Steve Smith was listed as questionable heading into Sunday's game with the Steelers but had four catches for 47 yards. Patrick Smith/Getty Images

OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith went from being questionable on the injury report for Sunday's game against the Pittsburgh Steelers to definitely playing against the Cleveland Browns one day later.

The big news from Monday's injury report is Smith wasn't on it. That means the ankle injury, which sidelined him for two games, is no longer an issue heading into Thursday's game against the Browns.

Smith played 58 of the 70 snaps (83 percent) against the Steelers on Sunday and finished with 47 yards receiving on four catches.

Rookie running back Kenneth Dixon (chest contusion) had a full practice. He was hurt midway through the fourth quarter against the Steelers and didn't return. For the season, Dixon has 23 yards rushing on 15 carries (1.5-yard average).

Five Ravens didn't practice Monday (which was essentially a walkthrough): guard Marshal Yanda (shoulder), linebackers Elvis Dumervil (foot) and Kamalei Correa (thigh), cornerback Shareece Wright (thigh) and tight end Crockett Gillmore (thigh).