Following Sunday's win over the Texans, safety Ed Reed said that the sprained ankle he suffered on the Ravens' final defensive snap of the game was not a big deal, and he'd be "all right".
Reed apparently wasn't just trying to put up a smokescreen.
The veteran safety was out at practice today, as were the other 52 members of the Ravens' roster.
X-rays were taken on Reed's ankle after the game, and they came back negative. He might not be 100 percent going into this weekend's AFC championship, but barring a setback, he'll be out there.
Also at practice today were defensive tackle Art Jones (leg) and linebackers Jameel McClain (knee) and Brendon Ayanbadejo (quad).
Jones left Sunday's game against Houston due to the injury, but did not return. He was out taking part in drills today, and appeared to be moving just fine.