The Ravens added strong safety James Ihedigbo to the injury report as questionable today after he injured his toe in practice, according to a source.
Ihedigbo, who was listed as limited in the participation chart, got tangled up with a receiver while performing pass coverage during practice, the source said.
Middle linebacker Daryl Smith, who has been dealing with a thigh and lower back injury, returned to practice on a limited basis today, as well as cornerbacks Jimmy Smith (groin) and Corey Graham (calf) and wide receiver Brandon Stokley (groin). They're all listed as questionable.
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"I feel pretty good," Daryl Smith said. "That's the whole goal. I feel good and looking forward to Sunday. I'm cool, though, a couple days rest and rehab. I should be ready to ride."
Graham said he feels much better after missing practice Thursday.
"I feel great," Graham said. "I was able to go out there and run around, and I should be good. It's been a lot of running around. Little things start to catch up with you, and playing defense and special teams. It feels better. I was happy to get out there and run around."
Jimmy Smith declined an interview request Friday, as he has all week.
Pro Bowl outside linebacker Terrell Suggs returned to practice today and participated fully after being rested for one day with a minor foot injury. He's listed as probable, as well as wide receiver Marlon Brown (finger).
Rookie running back Giovani Bernard (ribs) and tight end Jermaine Gresham (groin) are questionable. Gresham hasn't practiced the past two days and is regarded as a game-time decision.
Bengals guard Kevin Zeitler, who returned to practice today, is probable with a hamstring injury.