Lee Evans participated in his second consecutive day of practice on Friday, and the wide receiver is expected to line up in his usual starting spot opposite Anquan Boldin when the Ravens visit the Tennessee Titans on Sunday.
Evans did not practice Wednesday and wore a protective boot around his left ankle, but he has not appeared limited or confined by the injury during the portions of practice open to the media.
Coach John Harbaugh sounded quite optimistic about Evans' availability against the Titans.
"He's rehabbing it. He's going to play," Harbaugh said. "Obviously, I hope it's going to continue to get better. He's got a little pain in his foot, but it's not anything he can hurt any worse by playing or practicing. We're monitoring it, working it. He's got some orthotics, that should help a little bit. He should be OK."
Evans to play Sunday
Wide receiver expected to start vs. TEN
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