"I'm good," he said. "I'm ready to go. I'm ready to go to war with my guys."
Pierce’s availability could be significant for the Ravens. He has led the team in rushing in each of the last three contests, culminating with a 13-carry, 103-yard performance in last Sunday’s 24-9 victory over the
Pierce said he injured his knee sometime in the second half, but it didn’t appear to hobble him when he rushed 43 yards off right tackle that the offense later converted into an 18-yard touchdown pass from quarterback
Despite sitting out Tuesday and Wednesday's practices, Pierce said he wasn't alarmed by the knee injury.
"I had no concerns honestly because I was just trying to get healthy as fast as possible, and I knew that sooner or later, I was going to be healthy and get back on the field and start practicing," he said. "And once I started practicing, there's other things you can do to just get ready and be able to tolerate pain throughout the game."
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"If I'm even able, I'm going," he said. "I didn't come all this way just to sit back and watch."
Pierce was listed as limited on Thursday’s injury report, as were fullback