Pats' Edelman, Ravens' Monroe active for divisional game

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) The New England Patriots and Baltimore Ravens each are getting a key player back for their AFC divisional playoff game.

Patriots leading receiver Julian Edelman returned Saturday after missing two games with a concussion. For the Ravens, starting offensive tackle Eugene Monroe is active after being listed as questionable with an ankle injury that kept him out of the wild-card playoff win over Pittsburgh.

Running back Jonas Gray is inactive for the Patriots after being listed as probable with an ankle injury. He led the team with 412 yards rushing, including 201 in the 10th game. But since then, he rushed for just 80 yards as LeGarrette Blount became the primary rusher.

Other inactives include running back James White and offensive linemen Jordan Devey and Cameron Fleming for the Patriots and defensive tackle Casey Walker, defensive end DeAngelo Tyson and tight end Phillip Supernaw for the Ravens.

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