The New York Giants have informed defensive end Osi Umenyiora that he is no longer allowed to seek a trade, according to the Newark Star-Ledger.

The Ravens were among five teams interested in trading for Umenyiora. Sources told The Baltimore Sun on Tuesday that the Giants demand for the pass rusher had dropped from a first-round pick to a second-rounder.

A 6-foot-3, 261-pound defensive end, Umenyiora has recorded 59 sacks in the past six seasons, including 11 1/2 last year. The Ravens had a total of 27 sacks as a team in 2010.

McClain goes to K.C.

Le'Ron McClain, a two-time Pro Bowl fullback for the Ravens, has agreed to a one-year contract with the Kansas City Chiefs.

The Ravens hadn't ruled out retaining McClain, even after they signed Vonta Leach, who was considered the top fullback available in free agency. But McClain chose to go to Kansas City, where he'll join a backfield that includes Jamaal Charles and Thomas Jones.

McClain becomes the ninth Ravens' free agent to sign elsewhere, joining tight end Todd Heap (Arizona), cornerback Josh Wilson (Washington), safety Dawan Landry (Jacksonville), nose tackle Kelly Gregg (Kansas City), offensive lineman Chris Chester (Washington), wide receiver Donte' Stallworth (Washington), cornerback Fabian Washington (New Orleans) and running back Willis McGahee (Denver).

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The Ravens are one of five teams pursuing free-agent wide receiver Malcom Floyd. Minnesota, Arizona, San Francisco and Carolina are the others. … Ravens cornerback Domonique Foxworth (knee) and wide receiver Torrey Smith (hamstring) both returned to practice Wednesday after missing Tuesday's workout. The receiver group also welcomed back veteran James Hardy (hamstring), who also sat out Tuesday's practice. Ravens cornerback Jimmy Smith (groin), the team's first-round pick, missed practice for the second straight day. "We are just playing it safe right now," Harbaugh said of Smith. … If the collective bargaining agreement is approved, the Ravens' restricted and exclusive rights free agents will be able to practice for the first time in camp Thursday. "Either they will be allowed to practice or there will be another lockout or there will be some kind of compromise solution that they won't be able to practice," Harbaugh said before cracking a smile. "I am not betting on another lockout." … The Ravens were treated to ice cream when a couple of trucks pulled up at the end of Tuesday's practice. "It was Steve's idea," said Harbaugh, referring to owner Steve Bisciotti. "It was a great idea." … Hard-hitting safety Bernard Pollard is expected to sign with the Ravens on Thursday, according to Sports Radio 610 in Houston. Pollard played the past two seasons for the Houston Texans. The Ravens might need an extra safety because Tom Zbikowski (skin condition) is on the nonfootball-illness list.