Right guard Chris Chester (bacterial leg infection) was the only player who missed Friday's practice, but the Ravens have not necessarily ruled him out of Sunday's game against the Bucs.
"I always like guys to practice," coach John Harbaugh said. "Chris is a guy who's been here from the beginning. I don't think he's missed a practice all year. He certainly could go in and play without practice. He's been in all the meetings."
The biggest issue, Harbaugh said, would be whether the incision in Chester's lower right leg has healed. If not, the Ravens are expected to start Tony Moll for the second straight week.
Chester said he probably could play, but allowed that it would be a coaching decision -- "if they think it's better for the for the team to wait or for me to go this week."
"Physically, I feel more than capable of playing," Chester said.
Defensive end Cory Redding (elbow) had limited participation in practice Friday after missing Thursday, and his availability also will be a game-time decision.
"We'll just have see on Sunday how his elbow's feeling," Harbaugh said. "He's going to have to be powerful enough."
Tight end Ed Dickson (thigh) was limited in Friday's workout, but safety Ed Reed (illness) was full-go. Reed was limited Thursday with a stomach condition. Safety Tom Zbikowski (foot) had his second straight full practice.
Listed as questionable for the Ravens are Chester, Redding, Zbikowski and Dickson. Reed said he was good to play after Friday's practice. He's listed as probable.
For the Bucs, defensive end Kyle Moore (shoulder) is out. Tight end Kellen Winslow practiced the last two days and is probable.