Lewis questionable, Carr out

For the third straight week, Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis is listed as questionable because of a toe injury.

Head coach John Harbaugh said earlier today that “there’s a chance” Lewis plays Sunday against the Browns, although the 12-time Pro Bowler didn’t practice all week and appears likely to miss his third game in a row.

The Ravens are holding out hope Lewis will be able to suit up Sunday, but they have no such hope when it comes to cornerback Chris Carr.

Carr has been ruled out for the Browns game, marking the sixth game this season the veteran corner will have missed due to injury.

Running back Anthony Allen (hamstring), linebacker Dannell Ellerbe (hamstring) and defensive tackle Art Jones (concussion) are all listed as probable.

Allen was doing some serious dancing in the Ravens’ locker room after practice today, so I’m assuming he’s back close to full strength.

For the Browns, starting safety T.J. Ward (foot/finger) has been ruled out, as has reserve linebacker Quinton Spears (hamstring).

Safety Mike Adams (shoulder), right tackle Tony Pashos (ankle) and running back Montario Hardesty (calf) are among the Browns listed as questionable, while starting quarterback Colt McCoy (right elbow), running back Peyton Hillis (hamstring) and fullback Owen Marecic (head) are all probable.

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