Torrey Smith didn't join the Ravens for practice Monday, instead spending time with his family after the death of his 19-year-old brother in a motorcycle accident over the weekend.
Less than 24 hours after getting the news Sunday, Smith played a major role with six catches for 127 yards and two touchdowns in the Ravens' 31-30 comeback win vs. the New England Patriots.
"It'll be up to him. I don't want to speak for him on that," coach John Harbaugh said when asked about Smith's status for Thursday's game vs. the Cleveland Brown at M&T Bank Stadium. "He hasn't made any definitive statement with me about it. He's with is family today. He plans on being back here tomorrow. I think we'll play it by here, see how he's doing."
Smith had touchdown catches of 25 and 5 yards on Sunday and was greeted with chants of "Torrey" throughout the night by 71,000-plus at the Ravens' home field.