A league source told The Baltimore Sun this week, "He's not playing," adding, "I would be shocked if he played," when asked about a report stating that the reigning
Suggs partially tore his right Achilles tendon in late April during the
"If I knew, I wouldn't tell you," Harbaugh said. "I don't know that I know or what I know and I don't know and I'm not sure and we'll have to see. That about sums it up. In all seriousness, he's done a really good job. This is a very serious injury. He's working hard. Us not putting it out there and the fact that we practiced him all week, we're not too interested in them knowing one way or the other.
"If he is playing, we don't want them to know he's playing. If he's not playing, then how would I say that? We don't want them to know that. You get my point, right? Give him credit, he's done a heck of a job. He's getting in football shape I don't want to diminish that at all. We'll just see how it goes."
Meanwhile, Pro Bowl defensive tackle
The Ravens listed Ngata, Kemoeatu, offensive tackle
"They had a good week of practice," Harbaugh said of Ngata and Kemoeatu.
As for free safety
"We got probably 25 or 30 guys that have things like that, things that they can play through and don't cost them at any time practice-wise or game-wise," Harbaugh said. "I know what the players in this league do physically is something that I admire and I think everybody should admire.
"It's a tough game. It's a physical sport. What he's talking about is something that all these guys have. There's always a lot of bumps and bruises and nicks, tears if you will, that guys have to deal with."
It's been a rough couple of weeks for Kemoeatu.
The Ravens' defense has allowed 441 rushing yards over the past two games, including a franchise record 227 yards during a 31-29 win over the
Now, the Ravens' 26th-ranked run defense has to contend with a
To boot, Kemoeatu, who has drawn heavy criticism along with fellow defensive linemen
He does expect to play Sunday after practicing for the past few days and sitting out Wednesday.
"Yeah, I'm full-go," Kemoeatu said. "I'm ready to go. It was more just stiff. It loosened up. I rested up for a day and I'm ready to go."
The Texans ruled out defensive end David Hunter (toe).
The following players are probable for Houston: linebacker