Ravens confirm Boldin, Redding, Cundiff did not practice Wednesday
By By Edward Lee
Dec 21, 2011 | 5:10 PM
The Ravens confirmed that wide receiver Anquan Boldin, defensive end Cory Redding and kicker Billy Cundiff did not practice Wednesday.
Boldin was described as dealing with a knee injury. This is the first time this season that the durable wideout – who has not missed a game since joining the team for the 2010 campaign – has been listed on an injury report.
Redding has been hobbled by a right ankle injury that forced him to sit out two days of practice before returning on a limited basis last week. And Cundiff has been bothered by a left calf injury that persuaded the club to sign Shayne Graham Wednesday.
Five players who were questionable for Sunday night's game against the San Diego Chargers – cornerbacks Lardarius Webb (left toe) and Chris Carr (back), inside linebacker Ray Lewis (right toe), defensive tackle Haloti Ngata (back) and left guard Ben Grubbs (right toe) – were not listed on the injury report.
The Cleveland Browns, Saturday's opponent, practiced without four starters in quarterback Colt McCoy (post-concussion symptoms), wide receiver Mohamed Massaquoi (foot), cornerback Joe Haden (thigh) and strong safety T.J. Ward (foot).
Two more starters in right tackle Tony Pashos (ankle) and fullback Owen Marecic (head/ankle) were limited, and return specialist Joshua Cribbs (groin) was also limited.
Starting right guard Shawn Lauvao practiced fully despite an ankle injury.