News and Notes: Jah Reid Carted Off Field


The Ravens have concluded their three-day minicamp, and Thursday's practice gave the entire team one last chance to get on the field together before training camp in mid-July.

Here are the highlights from Thursday's practice:

-Second-year offensive lineman Jah Reid was carted off the field during practice, with his right leg propped up on the cart. He walked into the facility on his own power, but had a noticeable limp. The exact injury is unknown at this time but Head Coach John Harbaugh said after practice that "everybody is fine."

-Wide receiver Jacoby Jones didn't practice after he left yesterday's session early with an apparent leg injury. He watched practice in gym clothes and did not appear to have any kind of limp.

-Ed Reed, Kelechi Osemele, Tandon Doss and Bryant McKinnie also didn't practice. None of them have practiced this week, as Reed did not attend minicamp, Doss and Osemele are out with injuries and McKinnie is being held out for conditioning purposes.

-With Doss and Jones not practicing, most of the reps at No. 3 receiver went to second-year player LaQuan Williams. He performed well during practice and made some nice catches during 11-on-11 drills. Rookie Deonte Thompson also ran some reps with the first team as the No. 3 receiver, and he continues to show off his speed.

-Free-agent acquisition Corey Graham continues to play well, showing the depth in the secondary. He will likely compete with Danny Gorrer and Chykie Brown for the cornerback spot behind Lardarius Webb, Jimmy Smith and Cary Williams.

-Webb loves to talk trash. He is constantly yelling at the wide receivers and other offensive players from the sidelines. Even after practice he was going back and forth with Torrey Smith about whether Smith actually beat him on an earlier play.

-The offensive linemen ran some pass-catching drills with the receivers at the start of practice, and it wasn't pretty for all the big boys. There were a number of drops as they made their way through the line. Michael Oher, however, was the best of the bunch. He showed off some good speed and also made a nice one-handed snag.

-One of the highlights of the day was after practice, as Owner Steve Bisciotti drove Terrence Cody, Bryan Hall, Arthur Jones and Paul Kruger in from the field on his golf cart. That is a lot of weight for a golf cart to carry, but somehow it did the trick.

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