Still no sign of Grubbs, Carr

For now, it appears that left guard Ben Grubbs and cornerback Chris Carr are in danger of missing Sunday's game at the Tennessee Titans.

Grubbs, the starting left guard since 2008, was absent for the third consecutive day. He has been dealing with what the team described as a toe injury.

If Grubbs cannot play, recently-signed Andre Gurode is listed as his backup. Gurode, a five-time Pro Bowl center, made 38 starts at guard in his first three seasons with the Dallas Cowboys.

Carr also was not present for his third straight practice. Carr, who re-aggravated a left hamstring injury in the second quarter of the Ravens' 35-7 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday, has not missed a game in his seven-year career. He has played in all 101 contests, which includes five playoff games.

Rookie cornerback Jimmy Smith was absent. He is expected to miss a few weeks after suffering a high left ankle sprain in the first quarter on Sunday.

The good news is that wide receiver Lee Evans took part in practice for the second consecutive day. Evans did not appear to be limping or otherwise impacted by his injured left ankle. 

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