Marlon Brown, Eugene Monroe wouldn't have practiced for Ravens today

Another week, more injury questions for Eugene Monroe.

Coach John Harbaugh gave his team the day off today to celebrate Thanksgiving, but to fulfill league rules, the Ravens put out an estimated practice participation report ahead of Monday's game against the Cleveland Browns.

If the Ravens did practice today, wide receiver Marlon Brown (back) and left tackle Eugene Monroe (shoulder) would not have participated. Both players were forced out of Sunday's victory over the St. Louis Rams.

Guard Kelechi Osemele, who missed the Rams game with a knee injury, would have been a limited participant in practice. Also sidelined against the Rams, tight end Nick Boyle (foot) would have practiced in full.

The Browns had five players not practice: wide receivers Taylor Gabriel (concussion) and Andrew Hawkins (concussion), offensive guard Joel Bitonio (ankle), defensive end Randy Starks (knee) and cornerback Joe Haden (concussion).

Quarterbacks Josh McCown (ribs) and Johnny Manziel (elbow) and safety Donte Whitner (concussion) were full participants.

The Ravens get back to practice Friday. They still have at least one roster move to make this week with defensive end Brent Urban needing to be activated to the 53-man roster. To make room, the Ravens could place running back Justin Forsett (broken arm) on injured reserve.  

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