Reed shows up on Ravens’ Thursday injury report

October 27, 2011 | Luke Jones

OWINGS MILLS, Md. — A day after safety Ed Reed and the Ravens thought they were in the clear following his fourth-quarter collision that caused a “burner” in his shoulder, the outlook didn’t look as promising for the All Pro as he missed practice on Thursday.

Reed was listed as having a neck injury, which is likely related to the play in which he collided with defensive tackle Terrence Cody. The free safety left the game but returned soon after, saying after the game that he was OK.

Despite Reed missing practicing, he is still expected to play against the Arizona Cardinals and spoke to reporters prior to the team’s workout on Thursday.

Cornerback Danny Gorrer (thigh) was a limited participant after being nicked up during the special teams portion of practice viewed by the media. The defensive back was stretched out on the field for several minutes before he walked inside gingerly with a member of the training staff. It’s unknown whether Gorrer returned to practice.

Cornerback Chris Carr was upgraded to a full participant on Thursday and is very likely to make his return to the field on Sunday after suffering a setback in the week leading up to the Oct. 2 game against the New York Jets.

For Arizona, running back Beanie Wells (knee) practiced on a limited basis despite most expecting him not to play on Sunday.

Former Ravens tight end Todd Heap was a limited participant for a second straight day after sitting out the Cardinals’ last two games with a hamstring injury.

BALTIMORE
DID NOT PARTICIPATE – S Ed Reed (neck), RB Anthony Allen (thigh), LB Dannell Ellerbe (thigh), WR Lee Evans (ankle), G Ben Grubbs (toe)
LIMITED – CB Danny Gorrer (thigh)
FULL – S Tom Zbikowski (head), CB Chris Carr (thigh)

ARIZONA
DID NOT PARTICIPATE – LB Joey Porter (knee), S Kerry Rhodes (foot)
LIMITED – RB Beanie Wells (knee), WR Early Doucet (quad), CB Michael Adams (hand), TE Jim Dray (pectoral), TE Todd Heap (hamstring), WR DeMarco Sampson (hamstring)

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