Ravens nose tackle Haloti Ngata didn't practice Wednesday due to a hip injury.
Ngata finished the Ravens' 26-23 win Sunday over the Miami Dolphins with no injury reported.
Wide receiver Brandon Stokley, who was re-signed Tuesday after being cut Saturday when he aggravated his groin injury late last week, was listed as practicing on a limited basis after not being present during the opening portion of practice open to reporters.
Center Ryan Jensen (foot surgery), inside linebacker Albert McClellan (sprained right shoulder) and nose tackle Terrence Cody (sprained left knee) didn't practice.
Wide receiver Marlon Brown (strained hamstring) and defensive end Marcus Spears (knee) returned to practice on a limited basis. Wide receiver Jacoby Jones (sprained right knee) is practicing for the second consecutive week and was limited.
Running backs Bernard Pierce (hamstring) and Shaun Draughn (high-ankle sprain) and offensive guard Kelechi Osemele (back spasms) were also limited.
Offensive tackle Bryant McKinnie, who's expected to be replaced at left tackle by newly acquired tackle Eugene Monroe as soon as this week if Monroe makes strides in learning the playbook, was watching from the side at one point during practice while the offensive line took part in team drills.
Meanwhile, the Green Bay Packers, Sunday's opponent, ruled out linebackers Clay Matthews (broken thumb) and Brad Jones (hamstring), running back James Starks (knee) and center-guard Greg Van Roten (foot).
Cornerbacks Casey Hayward and Jarrett Bush didn't practice due to hamstring injuries as well as linebacker Andy Mulumba (ankle).
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