Thursday night Ravens

Thursday evening update on the Baltimore Ravens.

--WR Frank Sanders has practiced all this week despite having a couple of dislocated toes and will likely make his first start for the Ravens. If his endurance isn't strong, he will be spelled by Marcus Robinson.
   --RB Jamal Lewis will have at least 25 carries against Cleveland, which primarily plays Cover-2. Lewis has more carries (90) and more yards (543) against the Browns than any other team in the league.
   --CB Corey Fuller returned to practice after sitting out Wednesday's workout with a thigh injury. Fuller expects to play and said, "I'll be all right. I've had worse injuries than this."
   --QB Kyle Boller should have a comfort zone playing in his first home game and against a defense like the Cleveland Browns, who rarely blitz and play a deep zone to take away the big plays.
   --OLB Peter Boulware plays the rush end on the right side in passing situations and could have a big sack day against journeyman left tackle Barry Stokes.
   --RT Orlando Brown may make his first start in three years and would face defensive end Courtney Brown, the disappointing No. 1 overall pick in the 2000 draft.

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