Ravens safety Ed Reed’s not on the injury report despite his admission he has a shoulder injury, and Ravens coach John Harbaugh said that’s not necessarily unusual.
“We have probably 25 or 30 guys that have things like that, things that they can play through that don’t cost them any time, practice-wise or game-wise,” Harbaugh said., via Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun. “I know what the players in this league do physically is something I know I admire and I think everybody should admire.
“It’s a tough game, it’s a physical sport. What he’s talking about are the things that all these guys have. There are always a lot of bumps and bruises, and nicks and tears, if you will, that guys have to deal with.”
The league confirmed to the Sun that they were looking into it, and the Ravens issued a statement which said: “We are aware that they are reviewing practice and game video.”
Reed said he has a slightly torn labrum, but said Thursday it didn’t affect his play.
As for the rest of the Ravens injury report, defensive tackles Haloti Ngata (sprained MCL) and Ma’ake Kemoeatu (sprained knee) are listed as questionable, along with offensive tackle Bryant McKinnie (thigh) and cornerback Jimmy Smith (groin).
Outside linebacker Terrell Suggs isn’t on the report, since he’s not on the active roster yet.