NFL Playoffs: Denver Broncos' Tracy Porter, Baltimore Ravens' Jah Reid Ruled out

Jon Heath@http://twitter.com/JonHeathNFLContributor IJanuary 11, 2013

On Friday, the Denver Broncos (13-3) and Baltimore Ravens (10-6) released their injury reports for Saturday's wild card showdown at Sports Authority Field at Mile High.

For the Ravens, only guard Jah Reid (toe) has been ruled out.  Reid was placed on injured reserve by Baltimore earlier today.

For the Broncos, cornerback Tracy Porter (concussion) has been ruled out.  Porter has missed most of the 2012 season with seizure-like symptoms and now, concussions.

The Ravens' and Broncos' complete injury report can be seen below, provided courtesy of the Broncos' official blog:

Denver Broncos:

Out: CB Tracy Porter - Concussion.

Probable: WR Trindon Holliday - Ankle; G Chris Kuper - Ankle; S Mike Adams - Knee; WR Matthew Willis - Knee; T Orlando Franklin - Knee; T Ryan Clady - Shoulder; S Jim Leonhard - Thigh.

Baltimore Ravens:

Out: G Jah Reid - toe.

Probable: FB Vonta Leach - Knee/ankle; RB Bernard Pierce - Knee; LB Dannell Ellerbe - Ankle; WR David Reed - Thigh; WR Torrey Smith- Back; WR Anquan Boldin - Shoulder; WR Tandon Doss - Ankle; LB Adrian Hamilton - Illness; LB Ray Lewis - Triceps; LB Albert McClellan - Shoulder; DE Pernell McPhee - Thigh; DT Haloti Ngata - Knee; S Bernard Pollard - Chest; S Ed Reed - Shoulder; CB Jimmy Smith - Abdominal; LB Terrell Suggs - Achilles/bicep; Marshal Yanda - Shoulder.

The Broncos and Ravens will kickoff tomorrow afternoon on CBS at 4:35 p.m. ET. 

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