Justin Smith San Francisco 49ers
San Francisco defensive tackle Justin Smith fully participated in Friday's final practice, despite the triceps injury that has plagued him throughout the postseason. Reuters

A day removed from the the biggest game of their careers, nothing short of a broken leg would keep a Baltimore Raven or San Francisco 49er off the sidelines of the Mercedes Benz Superdome on Sunday.

Friday was the last full practice for both teams, with light walk throughs scheduled for Saturday.

Only two 49ers were limited in practice, while every Raven was fully active. Every player is listed as probable.

San Francisco’s linebackers continue to dominate the injury report. NFL sack leader Aldon Smith was limited all week with a shoulder injury. Since Week 12 Smith has dealt with the injury, and he hasn’t recorded a sack since Week 15.

49er defensive tackle Justin Smith has said his triceps injury may require off-season surgery, and that he hasn't been at 100 percent throughout the postseason. Both Smiths have played an integral role in the San Francisco pass rush, and their performance may be a key factor in Sunday's outcome.

The Ravens have spread their injuries around to both sides of the ball, but there were no new notable names to mention. It was the final practice of linebacker Ray Lewis's 17-year career, and perhaps the last of safety Ed Reed's time with Baltimore.

Most of the highlights of the report are below, but you can see the full report here.

Baltimore Ravens

LB, Dannell Ellerbe, toe/back, Probable

LB, Ray Lewis, triceps, Probable

DT, Haloti Ngata, knee, Probable

RB, Bernard Pierce, knee/thigh, Probable

TE, Dennis Pitta, thigh, Probable

S, Ed Reed, shoulder, Probable

CB, Jimmy Smith, abdomen, Probable

LB, Terrell Suggs, achilles/ biceps, Probable

San Francisco 49ers

LB, Ahmad Brooks, shoulder, Probable

LB, Aldon Smith, shoulder, Probable

LB, NaVorro Bowman, shoulder, Probable

RB, Frank Gore, shoulder/ankle, Probable

G, Mike Iupati, shoulder, Probable

RB, LaMichael James, finger, Probable

DT, Justin Smith, elbow/triceps, Probable

LB, Patrick Willis, shoulder, Probable

The game kicks-off Sunday at 6:30 p.m. EDT, and will be shown by CBS.