Coming off the bye week, the Ravens enter Sunday’s game against Jacksonville as healthy as they have been all season.
Rookie wide receiver Breshad Perriman (knee) remains out, but just one Raven is listed as questionable on the official injury report – center.
Zuttah, who is nursing a shoulder injury, returned to practice Friday after missing the first two days of practice this week and coach John Harbaugh sounded encouraged about Zuttah’s chances of playing on Sunday.
“He was out here today for the full practice,” Harbaugh said. “I’m going to go back and look at the tape and see how he held up, standing and punching and all that kind of stuff. We’ll see how he looks, but there were no setbacks during practice that I’m aware of.”
Zuttah has not missed a game since 2011 when he was with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Zuttah was injured against San Diego two weeks ago, and backup John Urschel struggled with his snapping after replacing Zuttah. If Zuttah can't play, Urschel would be in line to make his first career start.
Tackle Eugene Monroe, who missed the Chargers game with a shoulder injury, practiced all week and is listed as probable. Safety Terrence Brooks, who missed the past three straight games with a thumb injury, was not listed on the injury report all week so he appears to be ready to go as well.
Four other Ravens are listed as probable on the injury report: tight end Crockett Gillmore (shoulder), cornerback Tray Walker (concussion), linebacker Daryl Smith and defensive end Chris Canty. Smith and Canty each had veteran days off during the week.
For Jackonsville, wide receiver Allen Hurns (foot, thigh) practiced in a limited capacity Friday and is listed as questionable. Hurns, who missed practice Wednesday and Thursday, has 36 catches for 635 yards and six touchdowns this year.
The Jaguars have declared safety James Sample (shoulder) out. In addition to Hurns, starting linebacker Dan Skuta (groin) is questionable, as is receiver Marquise Lee (hamstring) and defensive tackle Michael Bennett.
Guard Zane Beadles (knee), defensive end Chris Clemons, running back Toby Gerhart (groin) and tight end Julius Thomas (abdomen) are all listed as probable for the Jaguars.