Ravens wide receiver Marlon Brown on Friday was added to the injury report as questionable and didn't practice due to a knee injury.
Brown tore his anterior cruciate ligament a year ago while playing for the University of Georgia and the knee still occasionally bothers him. There's been no indication at this point that he's in danger of missing Sunday's game against the Chicago Bears.
Six players are listed as questionable, including nose tackle Haloti Ngata (left knee), strong safety James Ihedigbo (toe), middle linebacker Daryl Smith (hamstring) and cornerbacks Lardarius Webb (groin) and Jimmy Smith (groin).
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Ngata was listed as not practicing, but was on the field and dressed at the start of practice. He's expected to play Sunday along with the other players listed as questionable.
Four players are listed as probable: outside linebacker Terrell Suggs (neck), defensive end Chris Canty (knee), running back Bernard Pierce (toe, knee) and wide receiver Brandon Stokley (groin).
The Bears have ruled out quarterback Jay Cutler (high-ankle sprain), linebacker Lance Briggs (shoulder) and defensive tackle Jay Ratliff (groin).
Defensive end Shea McClellin (hamstring) is doubtful, as is long snapper Patrick Mannelly (calf).
Tight end Martellus Bennett (ankle) is questionable, and offensive tackle Jordan Mills (quadriceps) is probable.