Ravens coach John Harbaugh indicated Friday that linebacker Ray Lewis (toe), cornerback Lardarius Webb (toe) and kicker Billy Cundiff (calf) would be game-time decisions Sunday night against the San Diego Chargers.
Lewis has missed the team’s past four games -- all victories -- but he has practiced on a limited basis each day this week, which is a good indication that the 36-year-old will return to the field for “Sunday Night Football.”
The expectation is that Webb will not play, though he said he is optimistic he will be healthy enough to go.
Cundiff, barring a setback, is expected to kick Sunday night. The team has given him rest after he injured his calf in practice last week. Cundiff kicked in the 24-10 win over the Indianapolis Colts last weekend.
Cornerback Chris Carr and defensive end Cory Redding also appear to be in good shape for Sunday night. Carr returned to practice this week -- and he was dunking on reporters in the locker room on a limited basis Friday, which is something he didn’t do while missing time with a back injury -- and he said he is ready to do whatever the team ask him to do, including return punts if Webb can’t play. Redding flat-out said he is playing.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun