In addition to coach John Harbaugh saying that free safety Ed Reed would be “OK,” the Ravens have listed the seven-time Pro Bowler as probable for Sunday’s contest against the Arizona Cardinals.
Reed, who suffered a stinger in Monday night’s 12-7 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars, practiced Friday on a limited basis after missing Thursday’s session. He practiced fully on Wednesday.
Cornerback Chris Carr (left hamstring) fully participated for the second straight day and is also probable. Carr has not played since Sept. 25 against the St. Louis Rams.
Rookie cornerback Chykie Brown is probable after being limited Friday by an illness.
Strong safety Tom Zbikowski (post-concussion symptoms) fully practiced for the third consecutive day and is not listed on the injury report.
Cornerback Danny Gorrer (thigh) did not practice and is questionable for Sunday.
The team ruled out wide receiver Lee Evans (left ankle), left guard Ben Grubbs (strained ligaments in right toe), inside linebacker Dannell Ellerbe (hamstring) and rookie running back Anthony Allen (thigh) – all of whom sat out practice for the third straight day.
Rookie Torrey Smith and Andre Gurode are expected to make their fourth consecutive starts for Evans and Grubbs, respectively.
Arizona will play without starting free safety Kerry Rhodes (foot), who has been ruled out after missing his third consecutive practice. Rhodes, who will be shelved for the second straight contest, will likely be replaced by Rashad Johnson.
Starting tight end and former Raven Todd Heap was limited for the third consecutive day with a strained hamstring and is questionable.
Starting running back Beanie Wells (knee) practiced on a limited basis for the second straight day and is listed as questionable.
Starting outside linebacker Joey Porter (knee) practiced for the first time Friday – albeit on a limited basis – and is also questionable. Starting wide receiver Early Doucet (quad) was upgraded from limited to full participation and is questionable.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun