Chris Carr returned after sitting out the Ravens’ 26-13 loss to the Tennessee Titans with a left hamstring injury, and although he didn’t do anything particularly noteworthy in the team’s 37-7 demolition of the St. Louis Rams, the cornerback was happy to rejoin his teammates.

“It felt good enough to play,” Carr said of the hamstring, which snapped his streak of 97 consecutive games played (102 including the postseason). “I felt about 90, 95 [percent]. So it felt good to be out there and being with the guys. I felt like me at 95 or 90 and with this, I could be effective, and I felt like I was effective today. So hopefully, next week, I’ll be at 100.”

With fellow cornerbacks Domonique Foxworth (right knee) and rookie Jimmy Smith (high left ankle sprain) sidelined, Carr lined up as the fifth defensive back in the team’s nickel package. Carr narrowly missed a sack of Rams quarterback Sam Bradford in the first quarter.

“I should’ve been there a little faster,” Carr said wistfully. “I should’ve looked at the play clock because it was winding down, and I could’ve really timed it. But I think that’s just from not having played in a while. Usually, I think about those things. I just didn’t.”