Jen Royle: Lardarius Webb Injury — Just A Scare?
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John Harbaugh, notoriously known to avoid answering any types of injury questions, said at his weekly press conference on Monday that he expects everyone who played in Sunday’s victory over the Colts to be available this weekend when the Ravens head to San Diego to face the Chargers in a Prime Time matchup Sunday night.
With only “bumps and bruises” to his players, Harbaugh said everyone came out of Sunday’s game healthy and Lardarius Webb, who was reportedly suffering from a toe injury, would be ready to suit up.
Webb, who is having one of the best years of his career, has been a strong presence in the Ravens’ secondary and has and dominated in the return name, a facet of the game that has trouble the Ravens for some time now. After David Reed fumbled twice and failed to show promise on returns, Webb stepped up and proved he can be more than an asset on defense.
With Ray Lewis expected back this weekend, the Ravens’ defense could be back at full strength in a must-win game. If the Ravens win the last three games of the season, they will finish first place in the AFC North and give the Ravens a playoff home game, something they haven’t had since 2006. A win over San Diego on Sunday will clinch a playoff spot.