Injury Report: "As far as the injuries go, everybody practiced. The guys that did partial practice were (WR) Riley Cooper, (WR) DeSean Jackson, (WR Jeremy) Maclin, and (CB Curtis) Marsh. They did get some work in, and then we went from there. We'll see how they are by game time. Riley Cooper, I'd tell you, most likely won't be out there but everybody else stands a chance of being out there."
Opening Remarks: "We look forward to the challenge of, again, playing the game this week. This is obviously a good football team with Baltimore. We know they are a physical football team and so on. Our guys practiced very hard and aggressive this week. This is one of those weeks that you're glad that you're playing (at) Lincoln Financial (Field). They are doing these no huddle things and our fans will be out of their minds on this thing and make it tough on them. We'll try to do the same in return."
On whether he is putting in a request for the fans to be very noisy: "Yeah, we'd like them to be very loud. That's a good thing. You don't have to give our fans much (because) they like doing that and I know they'll take that challenge on."
On what Jackson and Maclin are listed as on the injury report: "DeSean is questionable and Jeremy is questionable."
On whether running is the issue with Maclin: "They're running okay. We just took it easy on them today. They did a decent job today with things that they were given, which wasn't much."
On what happens between now and Sunday with the injured receivers: "They keep getting their treatment, and they'll come out for the mock game tomorrow. We'll just see how they feel."
On how Jackson sustained his hamstring injury: "He hurt it in practice. It tightened up on him towards the end of practice on Wednesday."
On whether either receiver is more likely to play than the other: "They are both right around the same there."
On whether the coaches spend time looking at the Ravens not doing the no-huddle: "It's really the same plays. They have a couple new things, but for the most part it's the same plays and they are just doing it with no huddle. They do a great job of game planning and doing the things that they need to do against their opponent. For the most part, it's the same plays."
On whether Vick had a good week of practice: "Good week. He had a good week of practice, yeah. He worked very hard and detailed his work. He did a good job."
On the situation at receiver if Maclin and Jackson do not play: "We'll see. We'll see how all that goes. I'm hoping they're going to be there."
On whether he has a plan if they do not play: "We have a plan. We're just going to go play. I'm not even going to go there. I'm thinking positively on that."
On whether the team has cleaned up their mistakes from last week: "We'll see by the game. You have to go play, that's what you have to do. We've worked on the things. The players worked very hard to do their thing and the players have had a good week at practice. Now, you have to go play."
On whether RB Dion Lewis will be the primary backup to RB LeSean McCoy: "I haven't gotten that far yet. He's gotten the reps with the other guys."
On whether Lewis is healthy enough to play: "He's right about there, yeah."
On whether Maclin has two different hip injuries: "He's got a little bit of tenderness in the hip flexor and the hip pointer. He moved around decent today and it looked like he's on the mend. That's a good thing."