Lardarius Webb is in a walking boot but "feeling better"

Ravens cornerback Lardarius Webb, who was wearing a walking boot on his left foot, is “feeling better,” but he isn’t sure if his injured toe will prevent him from suiting up Sunday night against the San Diego Chargers.

Webb, who is wearing the boot as a precautionary measure, is the third Ravens player to have turf toe in 2011 (Ray Lewis and Ben Grubbs are the others). He is hopeful that unlike those two, he won’t miss any games.

“I hope not. I’m doing everything I can do to get back on the field,” Webb said Wednesday. “I'm going to treatment right now. I hope not. I don't want to. It would hurt me if I'm on the sidelines and somebody else is playing. The last time I did that was my rookie year when I had an ACL and I couldn't get back on the field. This isn't an ACL. It's really going to take a lot to keep me off the field right now."

Webb was not on the field in the portion of Wednesday’s practice open to the media. But Chris Carr, who has been sidelined with a back injury, returned to practice and is optimistic about his chances for Sunday night.

Lewis also returned to the practice field.

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