The Ravens picked up Carr's contract option for 2019 on Monday, Field Yates of ESPN reports. Carr will receive $4.5 million for the 2019 season after logging 45 tackles, 11 passes defended and two interceptions last season. As consistent as they come, Carr has not missed a start since joining the NFL in 2008. The 32-year-old's return to Baltimore could jeopardize fellow cornerback Jimmy Smith's future with the Ravens.
Carr recorded two tackles (one solo) and an interception in Saturday's win over the Chargers. Carr's interception in Sunday's game was his first since Week 1. He's seen his role reduced slightly this season, playing about 10 snaps less per game than last year. Despite the downturn in playing time, Carr has been a valued part of a soaring Ravens defense in 2018. He and the rest of the team will look to secure a division title with a win over the Browns in Week 17.
Carr (knee) sat out Wednesday's practice, Clifton Brown of the Ravens' official site reports. Carr has been dealing with a knee issue for some time now, and the Ravens have been careful to limit his practice workload throughout the week, which is likely what they did Wednesday. As of now, Carr -- who's started in 167 consecutive games -- shouldn't be expected to miss Sunday's game against the Panthers.
Carr (knee) was a full participant in Thursday's practice. It looks like Carr's absence from practice Wednesday was just precautionary for the second straight week. The cornerback should be a full go once again for Sunday's game against the Saints.
Carr (knee) did not practice Wednesday. Carr was able to suit up for Sunday's game against the Titans but does not appear to have fully recovered from a lingering knee injury. The 32-year-old cornerback should be considered questionable for Baltimore's contest against the Saints in Week 7.
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