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Safety Ed Reed, who hurt his left ankle on the final play of last weekend's 20-13 victory over the Houston Texans, will be able to play Sunday, according to coach John Harbaugh.

"Ed looks like he's all right with the ankle," Harbaugh said Monday, according to the Baltimore Sun. "Everything's come up OK as far as the X-rays."

Harbaugh added that linebackers Jameel McClain (sprained left knee) and Brendon Ayanbadejo (sprained right quadriceps) emerged from Sunday's victory in good shape as well.

"They fought through theirs," he said. "They were right-to-the-last-minute decisions, and they came out of them OK."

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Dallas Cowboys running back Emmitt Smith celebrates breaking the all-time career rushing record in a game against the Seattle Seahawks in Irving, Texas, Sunday, Oct. 27. 2002. Smith broke the NFL's career rushing record with an 11-yard run in the fourth quarter. The run gave the 33-year-old Smith 16,728 career yards, passing Walter Payton's mark of 16,726 yards. (AP Photo/Tim Sharp)

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