Ravens cornerback Jimmy Smith was carted off the field on Friday, but medical tests are providing positive news on Saturday.
Smith has a low ankle sprain that may cause him to miss a week or two of training camp but will be healed in plenty of time for the regular season, Ravens coach John Harbaugh said.
“He’s got a low ankle sprain, so a week or two is what I was told. It was good news,” Harbaugh said.
A 2011 first-round draft pick, the 33-year-old Smith has played his entire NFL career with the Ravens. Last year he played in 11 games, starting five.