Ravens Injury Report: CB Jimmy Smith Could Be Out Sunday Night
The Wednesday injury report for the Baltimore Ravens is now out as they prepare to take on the Pittsburgh Steelers Sunday night at Heinz Field.
Not practicing for the Ravens on Wednesday were cornerback Jimmy Smith (abdomen) and guard Marshal Yanda (ankle). The Ravens signed former Oakland Raiders starting cornerback Chris Johnson on Tuesday, so it is looking likely that Smith might be down Sunday against the Steelers.
Limited on Wednesday for the Ravens were wide receiver Jacoby Jones (ankle), defensive end Pernell McPhee (thigh), defensive tackle Haloti Ngata (shoulder), wide receiver Torrey Smith (chest), and guard Bobbie Williams (ankle). None of those injuries are believed to be serious right now. Ngata dressed last week against the Raiders, but did not play.
Practicing fully on Wednesday were safety Sean Considine (knee, chest), linebacker Dannell Ellerbe (finger), safety Bernard Pollard (chest), safety Ed Reed (shoulder, neck), running back Ray Rice (toe), linebacker Terrell Suggs (ankle), and linebacker Courtney Upshaw (shoulder).