Both Derrick Mason and Chris Carr left today's practice with injuries, but luckily for the Ravens, neither appears serious.
Mason came off the field after banging his knee into the turf, and he did not return. He says he's feeling just fine and could have returned to action if needed.
"It wasn't critical that I come back in, so just iced it down and that's it," Mason said. "I'll be fine.
"Ain't no swelling in it, just hit it flat on the turf and came out. But if it was a game, I'm pretty sure I could've went back in there."
Mason said that he should be able to practice tomorrow if he isn't given the day off as part of a plus-30 schedule.
As for Carr, the cornerback walked off the field mid-way through practice and appeared to be grabbing his hamstring. He went into the locker room with a trainer and did not return to the field.
After practice, Carr declined to answer questions on the nature or extent of his injury.
"No injury talk, just football questions, please," Carr said.
Head coach John Harbaugh had not yet received a report on Carr's injury when he met with the media after practice.
While not much is known about Carr's status, he appeared in good spirits and seemed to indicate that his injury wasn't something that would be an issue long-term.