For the second straight day, inside linebacker Ray Lewis was listed by the Ravens as having practiced on a limited basis Tuesday.
Lewis, who is trying to be ready for the team’s Thanksgiving night clash with the San Francisco 49ers, is dealing with an injured toe on his right foot. The 12-time Pro Bowl selection did not play in Sunday’s 31-24 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals, snapping a streak of consecutive starts at 57.
Fellow inside linebacker Dannell Ellerbe (hamstring) and safety Haruki Nakamura (thigh) were also limited for the second straight day. Rookie running back Anthony Allen (thigh) fully participated for the second consecutive day.
Cornerback Chris Carr (back) and defensive tackle Arthur Jones (head) missed practice for the second straight day.
For San Francisco, four starters were limited for the second consecutive day. They were wide receivers Michael Crabtree (foot) and Braylon Edwards (knee), running back Frank Gore (knee) and right tackle Anthony Davis (ankle).
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