"It's disappointing to not be out there helping the team," Reid said afterward in the locker room. "It's aggravated right now. We're working on it. Hopefully, I can be back soon. It's not as bad as the first two times I hurt it. It just takes time. I thought I was going to be able to play, but I need to make more progress."
There were no apparent setbacks to previously injured players.
"The guys that had the issues injury-wise got through well," Harbaugh said. "So, that's good news."
The Ravens also deactivated tight ends Ed Dickson (sprained right shoulder) and Dennis Pitta (broken right hand), defensive end Ryan McBean (broken left ankle ), wide receiver Devin Goda (undisclosed), linebackers Terrell Suggs (Achilles tendon), Josh Bynes (back) and Darryl Blackstock (groin, high ankle sprain) and wide receiver David Reed (ACL surgery).
Cornerback Jimmy Smith played significantly after dealing with a tight back throughout camp.
Smith was beaten for a touchdown by Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson and seemed to have trouble moving smoothly throughout the first half.
"He's coming along well," Webb said. "He's been a little short, but he is working his butt off, and that's something that we like to see from a young guy. He is coming out there as much as he can, and he's giving it all he's got."
Undrafted rookie inside linebacker Nigel Carr and veteran backup inside linebacker Dannell Ellerbe led the Ravens with six tackles apiece. ... Former Baltimore coach Brian Billick, who called the game for FOX, wasn't the only link to the Ravens' Super Bowl championship team attending the game. ... Lions senior personnel executive James "Shack" Harris, a former Ravens director of pro personnel, was in the press box. ... The Ravens' game captains were middle linebacker Ray Lewis, Flacco and special-teams ace Brendon Ayanbadejo.