Ravens cornerback Chris Carr isn't practicing Sunday after getting injuring his hamstring during Saturday's workout at M&T Bank Stadium.
Carr wouldn't answer injury questions Saturday, but he was holding his hamstring as he walked off the field. His left hamstring was wrapped during practice. Ravens coach John Harbaugh said it "looks like" a short-term injury when asked about the hamstring.
"He should be fine," Harbaugh said.
With Domonique Foxworth and Lardarius Webb injured, Carr has taken all of his snaps with the first-team defense. Fabian Washington, who sat out Saturday's workout as a precaution on the stadium's new turf, returned to practice Sunday.
Others not practicing for the Ravens are: OT Jared Gaither (back), OT Tony Moll (concussion), OT Stefan Rodgers (ankle), LB Tavares Gooden (undisclosed, but Harbaugh said he should be practicing Monday), CB Prince Miller (undisclosed), CB K.J. Gerard (hamstring) and C-G David Hale (undisclosed).