Cornerback Lardarius Webb, who injured his toe in Sunday's 24-10 win over the Indianapolis Colts, did not practice and said he isn’t sure whether he will be healthy enough to suit up Sunday night.
Webb is the third Ravens player to have turf toe in 2011 (Lewis and offensive guard Ben Grubbs are the others). He is holding out hope that unlike Lewis and Grubbs, he won’t miss any games.
“I hope not. I’m doing everything I can do to get back on the field,” Webb, who wore a walking boot on his left foot as a precautionary measure, said Wednesday. “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. … This isn't an ACL. It's really going to take a lot to keep me off the field right now."
Cornerback Chris Carr, who had been sidelined with a back injury, practiced Wednesday and is optimistic about his chances to play Sunday night. However, defensive tackle Haloti Ngata (back), kicker Billy Cundiff (calf), defensive end Cory Redding (ankle) and Grubbs (toe) did not practice.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun