Williams suffered an apparent arm injury, which isn't believed to be serious. Jensen limped off the field, favoring his right foot and ankle.
Offensive tackle Bryant McKinnie, who was unable to finish practice Friday during his first workout of camp, is practicing today. So far, McKinnie hasn't displayed the signs of exhaustion that he showed Friday when he was clearly tired and playing with far too high a pad level and bending over at the waist on the field.
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Trainers kept a close eye on McKinnie on Friday during a hot day, making sure he had plenty of water to keep him hydrated.
It's overcast today with cooler temperatures.
Starting offensive guard Kelechi Osemele missed his second consecutive practice with a right hamstring strain. Ravens coach John Harbaugh indicated previously that he would miss a few days.
Pro Bowl offensive guard Marshal Yanda passed his physical Friday and was activated from the physically unable to perform list. Yanda is being brought along slowly after undergoing offseason rotator cuff surgery.
Rookie wide receiver Marlon Brown isn't practicing. Brown tore his anterior cruciate ligament in November as a University of Georgia senior.
Inside linebacker Jameel McClain (spinal cord contusion) is on the physically unable to perform list and rookie defensive lineman Kapron Lewis-Moore (anterior cruciate ligament) is on the non-football injury list.