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Torrey Smith is active and will play for the Ravens on Sunday night

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This is the real Torrey Smith. The Madden version is warming up right now. (Getty Images)

Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith will play in tonight's game against the New England Patriots. Smith's younger brother Tevin was killed in a motorcycle accident early Sunday morning, but the second-year wide receiver, who helped raise his six younger siblings, had told the team that he intended to play tonight.

New England: RB Shane Vereen, TE Aaron Hernandez, C/G Nick McDonald, DT Justin Francis, DE Brandon Deaderick, DE Jake Bequette, CB Alfonzo Dennard

Baltimore: WR LaQuan Williams, TE Billy Bajema, OT Jah Reid, DT Bryan Hall, DE DeAngelo Tyson, LB Sergio Kindle, CB Asa Jackson

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