Through two games, Baltimore Ravens receiver Torrey Smith has only caught four passes, but for 108 yards.

The majority of his yards came on two catches, a 52-yarder against Cincinnati and a 40-yard gaint against Philadelphia. Take those two away and Smith's other receptions total 16 yards.

Smith, who QB  Joe Flacco has targeted eight times this year, said he isn't worried about the low number of receptions for now.

"I'm not panicking," Smith said. "That comes with the territory. I haven't had the ball thrown to me at times, but it's not that I'm not getting open or Joe's not looking at me. It's just the progression at times."

Though Smith isn't concerned about the lack of touches, he said the responsibility falls on him to do a better job of getting open.

"You have to try to get open regardless if there's 20 people guarding you or one," Smith said.

Smith said the Bengals bracketed him in coverage while the Eagles played mostly man-to-man. He said he expects New England try to jam him in its Cover 2 look, hoping to take pressure off the safeties from worrying about deep in the middle.

Jah Reid returns: OL Jah Reid, who missed almost the entire preseason and first two games with a calf injury, returned to practice Friday for the first time since the week of Baltimore's second preseason game.

"It's good just to be back on the field and have a helmet on, some cleats," Reid said.

Reid was competing for a starting spot, at left guard and right tackle, before he injured his calf during organized team activities this summer. 

"Calves are really funny," coach John Harbaugh said. "As a coach slash doctor, as we all are as head coaches in the National Football League, you start learning about all these little injuries and a calf injury takes a long time to heal."

With Reid out of the mix, Ramon Harewood won the starting left guard job and Kelechi Osemele became the Ravens' starting right tackle.

Reid, who is doubtful for Sunday's game against New England, said his calf is close to 100 percent but that he's not going to rush the last step of the healing process.

"It's right there," he said. "It's on the cusp. You don't want to push it."

Homicidal Harbaugh: A local radio host asked Harbaugh if the Ravens will continue the approach of opening Sunday's game with a high tempo on offense.

"If I told you then I'd have to kill you, right?" Harbaugh said.

In full disclosure, this was a joke, considering Harbaugh, as well as the other 31 NFL coaches, typically don't delve into their game plans regarding a specific opponent.

Confidence in Tucker: If the time and place calls for it, Harbaugh said he'd have confidence in rookie kicker Justin Tucker for a kick that would surpass the NFL record of 63 yards.

"It would have to be the right situation," Harbaugh said. "It would have to be an end-of-half, end-of-the-game situation where field position wasn't much of a factor if you don't make it because it's obviously a very low percentage try."

Injury report: LB Jameel McClain (knee), DE Pernell McPhee (knee), S Bernard Pollard (chest), CB Lardarius Webb (knee), LB Paul Kruger (back), LT Michael Oher (ankle) were full participants in practice and are listed as probable for Sunday's game against New England.

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