Baltimore safety Ed Reed has been a limited participant at practice this week because of a hamstring strain but is listed as probable for Sunday’s game against the Eagles.
Reed injured the right hamstring during an interception return for a touchdown in the fourth quarter against Cincinnati. In the process, he became the all-time NFL leader in career interception-return yards (1,497), topping Rod Woodson.
Linebacker Paul Kruger and defensive end Pernell McPhee returned to practice and, though both listed as questionable, are expected to play against the Eagles Sunday, according to the Baltimore Sun.
Ravens tackle Jah Reid, who is dealing with a strained right calf, will likely sit out.
Ravens head coach John Harbaugh is downplaying the severity of safety Ed Reed‘s hamstring strain.
“Everybody’s fine,” he said via the Baltimore Sun. “Nothing serious with anybody.”
Reed injured the right hamstring during — what else — an interception return for a touchdown in the fourth quarter against Cincinnati. In the process, Reed became the all-time NFL leader in career interception-return yards (1,497), topping Rod Woodson.
“You know I’m 34 in two hours,” said Reed on Sunday. “Father Time does catch up with you. It’s good, it’s good. It’s minor.”
The Ravens otherwise appeared to exit the game without much damage. Cornerback Corey Graham has a leg ailment, but it’s considered minor.
The Eagles host the Ravens at 1 o’clock Sunday.