Cornerback Lardarius Webb suffered a toe injury toward the end of yesterday's game against the Colts, and is expected to miss at least one game, according to reports.
Webb, who is in the midst of the best season of his three-year career, was on the field for the Ravens' second-to-last defensive series of yesterday's game.
He made a tackle on Colts receiver Austin Collie late in the series, and then was not on the field for Indianapolis' final drive of the fourth quarter with the game well in hand.
Webb has recorded a team-best four interceptions this season and has been far and away the Ravens' top cover corner.
According to the reports, Webb is suffering from turf toe, which is the same injury that linebacker Ray Lewis and left guard Ben Grubbs have also dealt with this season.
Head coach John Harbaugh is scheduled to speak with the media at 4 p.m. The Ravens did not report any injuries following yesterday's game, but Harbaugh should be able to provide some sort of update on Webb's status.