Ravens' Chris Canty didn't make trip, won't play Sunday vs. Colts, source says

INDIANAPOLIS -- Ravens defensive end Chris Canty didn't make the trip and won't play Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium, according to a source.

Canty was listed as doubtful on the injury report and didn't practice all week because of an illness and a knee injury. Canty didn't practice at all last week, either, but he still started and made four tackles in 29 snaps against the Carolina Panthers.

With Canty sidelined, the Ravens are expected to utilize a combination of DeAngelo Tyson, outside linebacker Pernell McPhee and new defensive end Lawrence Guy to fill in for him.


Defensive tackle Timmy Jernigan (knee meniscus) and left tackle Eugene Monroe (arthroscopic knee surgery) also won't play Sunday.

Jernigan is unable to do most activities right now, including driving, a source said. Monroe had surgery last week and is expected to miss at least a month, according to a source.

Ravens outside linebacker Terrell Suggs is questionable with a lingering groin injury, but he practiced on a limited basis Friday and is expected to play Sunday.

Cornerback Lardarius Webb had a good week of practice, moving well, and there's optimism about his playing status for Sunday's game.

Webb has been dealing with a lingering lower back injury and has played just four snaps this season and was pulled against the Cleveland Browns because of a lack of mobility.

He didn't play against the Panthers. Webb missed the first two games and the entire preseason. He had offseason sports hernia surgery.