During Harbaugh's daily news conference he didn't offer any insight when asked if Reid was OK.
"Why are you even asking me?" he replied dismissively. "Why? They are fine. Everybody is fine."
A moment later, Harbaugh was asked what starting left tackle
"We will leave that between us," Harbaugh responded. "That's something that is an in-house type of thing right now. Bryant has done a good job. He's worked hard. It's not as simple as some of you guys want to make it. It's just a situation where we are going to do what's best for the team, what's best for Bryant. We want him here. There's no reason he wouldn't be here."
The state of the offensive line, especially the competition at both starting tackle spots, will likely be one of the top story lines greeting the Ravens when they return to Owings Mills for training camp next month. Harbaugh said Thursday that
"I just love playing football and being a part of the team. I'm good either way," said Oher, who started every game at right tackle a season ago. "They drafted me to play football, last time I checked."
J. Jones held out to be safe
A day after
But Jones, who signed a two-year, $7-million deal on May 8, walked off the field without a limp Thursday and said that the right ankle he injured when he almost collided with cornerback
"It's football," the 27-year-old receiver said. "Things happen, but I'm good. I'm walking around fine. The coaches just wanted to make sure that we take precautions and that I take it easy."
Congratulations, it's a boy!
"I have talked to him. … A little boy, Stephen. That's named after Joe's dad I would assume," said Harbaugh, who exchanged text messages with the quarterback after the baby was born.
Flacco also was absent Wednesday because he rushed to the hospital after Dana went into labor.
Minicamp roll call
Excused from Thursday's practice were McKinnie (conditioning), center
Also present at the facility but not fully participating for health-related reasons were running back