Ravens safety Ed Reed, who said that he hurt his hamstring during his 34-yard interception return for a touchdown against the Cincinnati Bengals Monday, returned to practice today on a limited basis ahead of Sunday's contest against the Philadelphia Eagles.
Reed said following the game that he strained his hamstring, but he didn't believe it to be serious.
Cornerback and special teams ace Corey Graham, who left Monday's game with a leg injury, practiced in full and is not listed on the injury report.
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Four Ravens were listed as non-participants in today's practice: center Matt Birk (thigh), guard/tackle Jah Reid (calf), linebacker Paul Kruger (back) and defensive end Pernell McPhee (knee).
Kruger acknowledged that he was banged up but he fully expects to play Sunday.
"I just had some things that were bugging me before and they just kind of flared up during the game," Kruger said. "I'll be back full speed. I just need a couple of days to recover."
McPhee had knee surgery in the offseason but he said after Monday's game that he was not hurt.
For the Eagles, wide receiver Jeremy Maclin (hip) did not participate in practice today. Wide receiver Riley Cooper (collarbone), cornerback Curtis Marsh (hamstring) ad safety Kurt Coleman (facial lacerations) were limited participants. Wide receiver Jason Avant (wrist) and safety Colt Anderson (knee) practiced in full.