2011 NFL Playoff Schedule: Saturday Injury Report

Baltimore Ravens: Cornerback Chris Carr (hamstring) is a game time decision for Baltimore.Safety Ed Reed missed a day of practice, having traveled home due to the disappearance of his brother, but is expected to play.

Pittsburgh Steelers: Safeth Troy Polamalu (achilles/ankle) has been labelled probable for today's game.Polamalu, one of the stalwarts of the Steelers defense, has been held out of contact in practice this week but will almost certainly play. Cornerback Bryant McFadden (abdomen) returned to practice Thursday, and is also listed as probable'.

Green Bay Packers: On offense, center Jason Spitz (calf), and full back Korey Hall are questionable. On defense, safety Atari Bigby is questionable and linebacker Frank Zombo is out.

Atlanta Falcons: Receiver Roddy White (knee) is listed as questionable, as is linebacker Curtis Lofton (knee), cornerback Brian Williams (knee) is doubtful for today's game.

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