The Ravens appear to have gotten out of Sunday's loss to the San Diego Chargers with no new injury concerns.
During their afternoon practice today, only defensive end Cory Redding and kicker Billy Cundiff were not present. Redding has been dealing with an ankle injury, but he was able to play Sunday. Cundiff is still doing with a sore left calf muscle. Cundiff hasn't practiced much the past two weeks.
Ravens coach John Harbaugh said yesterday that the team will have to look seriously at Cundiff's condition during the week.
Meanwhile, middle linebacker Ray Lewis, who made his return Sunday after missing four consecutive games with a toe injury, was participating. Cornerback Lardarius Webb also was out there, a good sign for his availability this weekend against the Cleveland Browns.
Lewis, Webb both practicing for Ravens
Redding, Cundiff absent
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