Canady (thigh) was activated off injured reserve Saturday, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. Canady returned to practice Nov. 12, thus starting the three-week window in which the team had to either activate him off injured reserve or place him in a season-ending position on injured reserve. In a corresponding move, the Ravens waived offensive lineman Hroniss Grasu. Canady will likely assume a depth role in Baltimore's secondary.
Canady (thigh) resumed practicing Monday, freelance NFL writer Howard Balzer reports. Canady remains on injured reserve, so he won't appear on Baltimore's practice reports. The Ravens now have a 21-day window to decide on Canady's eligibility for the rest of the season and will need to decide whether to keep him on IR or activate him to the 53-man roster. If Canady does return, expect him to play a depth role in Baltimore's secondary.
Canady (thigh) was ruled out against the Bengals on Thursday, freelance NFL writer Jeff Zrebiec reports. It's no surprise that Canady was ruled out, given that he hasn't been able to practice this week due to a thigh injury. Darious Williams will serve as Brandon Carr's primary backup as long as Canady is sidelined.
Canady (thigh) did not participate in practice Tuesday. Canady has missed the first two days of practice this week, so his status for Thursday's showdown with the Bengals does not look promising. However, look for Wednesday's injury report to give the full story on his status.
Canady (leg) is active for Sunday's season-opening tilt against the Bills. The corner will suit up in Week 1 after dealing with a leg strain since Aug. 17. Canady is slated to serve as Brandon Carr's primary backup at left cornerback.