All four teams playing this weekend will be near full strength. Baltimore CB Asa Jackson and New England TE Rob Gronkowski are the only two players who have been ruled out for Sunday. Gronkowski was placed on injured reserve on Thursday.
Rob Gronkowski's (forearm) season is officially over. The New England tight end was placed on injured reserve by the Patriots on Thursday.
Despite missing the second half of Atlanta's 30-28 win over Seattle on Sunday, DE John Abraham (ankle) practiced on Wednesday and expects to play against San Francisco.
Despite suffering a sprained ankle last Sunday vs. the Houston Texans, New England Patriots DE Chandler Jones practiced Wednesday on a limited basis. Jones' older brother, Arthur, a third-year defensive end with the Ravens, expects his brother to play when the teams meet Sunday.
Seattle Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch (foot) missed practice for a second-straight day. Ravens WR Torrey Smith was added to the injury report but practiced on a limited basis. Packers WRs Randall Cobb (illness) and Jordy Nelson (ankle) returned to practice.
The Patriots shut out the Dolphins 28-0 in Foxborough on Sunday and earned a first-round bye in the playoffs.
The Patriots say that they aren't going to hold back against the Dolphins on Sunday. Their hopes of earning a first-round playoff bye are in the hands of the Broncos and Texans, but for those scenarios to even matter the Pats have to win first.
New England's hopes for a first-round bye remain alive as the regular season comes to a close. All it needs to do is beat Miami and hope either Denver or Houston loses.

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