Pernell McPhee is doubtful, Cody questionable for Sunday night

Despite declaring that he's 100 percent recovered from his right knee and right thigh injuries a day earlier, Ravens defensive end

Pernell McPhee

is officially listed as doubtful on the injury report.

The Ravens' starting left end didn't practice today, and is now regarded as a long shot to play in Sunday's game against the

Pittsburgh Steelers


Nose guard

Terrence Cody

didn't practice today due to an arm injury after being limited Wednesday. He's questionable along with rookie safety

Christian Thompson

, who has a thigh injury.

Meanwhile, the Steelers officially ruled out quarterback

Ben Roethlisberger

(right shoulder, ribs), wide receiver

Antonio Brown

(ankle), offensive tackle

Marcus Gilbert

(ankle) and safety

Troy Polamalu


Several players are probable for the Ravens, including Pro Bowl defensive tackle

Haloti Ngata

(right shoulder, right knee), free safety

Ed Reed

(shoulder, leg, neck), safety

Sean Considine

(knee, chest), inside linebacker

Dannell Ellerbe

(thumbs), safety

Bernard Pollard

(rib contusion), running back

Ray Rice

(toe), wide receiver

Torrey Smith

(chest), outside linebacker

Terrell Suggs

(Achilles), offensive guard

Bobbie Williams

(sprained left ankle), outside linebacker

Courtney Upshaw

(shoulder) and offensive guard

Marshal Yanda

(right ankle, right knee).

The Steelers also listed linebacker

Stevenson Sylvester

(hamstring) as questionable.


Ryan Clark

is slated to play despite a concussion, and is probable.

Also listed as probable for the Steelers: cornerback

Curtis Brown

(quadriceps), defensive end

Brett Keisel

(shoulder), running back

Rashard Mendenhall

(Achilles), offensive tackle

Max Starks

(ankle) and cornerback Ivan Taylor (illness).