Baltimore Ravens

Kapron Lewis-Moore sidelined with left hamstring injury at Ravens minicamp

Ravens defensive end Kapron Lewis-Moore isn't practicing Wednesday after suffering a left hamstring injury toward the end of a minicamp practice Tuesday.

Lewis-Moore grabbed his hamstring while in pursuit of a play and was unable to finish practice.


Lewis-Moore is a second-year player from Notre Dame who didn't play in any games as a rookie due to a torn anterior cruciate ligament sustained as a senior during the BCS national championship game against Alabama.

Lewis-Moore has drawn praise for his progress since last season and is in contention for playing time as a rotational defensive lineman.


Meanwhile, nose tackle Terrence Cody (hip surgery) remains out until training camp.

Offensive lineman Jah Reid (strained calf) and wide receiver Kamar Aiken (strained lower leg) are still not practicing. Ravens coach John Harbaugh has said that Reid, who's fighting for a roster spot, will definitely be back by training camp.

The Ravens' continue to audition several veteran players on a tryout basis at their minicamp.

That includes cornerbacks Aaron Ross, Drayton Florence, Dominique Franks, Bobby Felder, Kevin Thomas and Marquice Cole, linebacker Austin Spitler and wide receivers Dezmon Briscoe and Mike Willie.