Here we go again.
Chris Carr, who at this point is the Ravens' No. 2 cornerback, had to leave practice minutes ago with a trainer by his side.
Carr was reaching for what appeared to be his hamstring as he walked to the sidelines during positional drills, and after getting stretched out by a trainer, the sixth-year cornerback headed into the locker room.
With Domonique Foxworth out for the year, Lardarius Webb recovering from knee surgery and Fabian Washington slowly working his way back from a knee surgery of his own, Carr has gotten the most reps of any cornerback this camp.
With Carr out and Washington getting the afternoon off, journeyman Travis Fisher and Cary Williams got the reps with the first-team offense.
As if all the injuries weren't enough, Williams has a two-game suspension waiting for him at the start of the regular season.
The Ravens' cornerback ranks are seemingly getting thinner and thinner by the day.