Starting cornerback Chris Carr is dealing with a thigh injury, but he plans on suiting up on Saturday in the Ravens' Divisional Round game against the Steelers.
"I'm feeling all right," Carr said today. "It's later in the year, so nobody is feeling great, I guess. I'm planning on playing. I'm doing everything to prepare the same way. Hopefully, I'll be ready to go."
Carr was limited in practice yesterday.
Head coach John Harbaugh was in no mood to talk about injuries today, but he did say that he expects to see Carr on the field on Saturday.
"He'll play," coach John Harbaugh said sternly. "We're not going injuries right now, so don't even try. I'm serious. I'm not interested in talking about any of that."
Carr also was reluctant to disclose much information on his injury, and declined to say when he injured the leg. He wasn't listed on the Ravens' injury report last week, so one could assume that he suffered the injury in Sunday's Wild Card win over the Chiefs.
"I'm not sure exactly when it happened, but it happened," Carr said. "Sorry, I usually give better interviews than this."
Carr has started every game this season for the Ravens and has been their most consistent corner. Last week, he shut down Chiefs wideout Dwayne Bowe, holding the NFL's leader in receiving touchdowns without a catch.
The six-year veteran said he doesn't think his injury is too severe, but he said it's hard to tell for sure.
"It's one of those things that you feel like you're going to be fine, you don't think it's going to be too serious and I felt like I'm going to play on Saturday," Carr said. "But certain injuries you never know how they're going to feel. So, it's not like an ACL where you know you're done, there's no way you're going to be able to play.
"If I don't feel good, then I won't go. But I feel like I'll feel well enough on Saturday. Having today off and then tomorrow and the next day, and we don't play until 4:30. So that's good. So I feel like I'll feel good after that."