Ravens Pro Bowl offensive guard Marshal Yanda and reserve offensive lineman Ramon Harewood remain sidelined with injuries.
Yanda had offseason rotator cuff surgery on his shoulder, but is on schedule to return later in training camp, according to coach John Harbaugh.
Harewood visited a doctor to get an injection in his ailing knee. He has a history of knee injuries that affected him during his first few seasons in the NFL.
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Rookie cornerback Marc Anthony was on the field watching, but he isn't practicing one day after straining his left shoulder.
Rookie center Ryan Jensen (broken foot) is sidelined indefinitely and could be a candidate for injured reserve. He's expected to undergo surgery soon.
Not practicing due to long-term injuries: inside linebacker Jameel McClain (spinal cord contusion) and rookie defensive lineman Kapron Lewis-Moore (anterior cruciate ligament).
McClain is on the physically unable to perform list and Lewis-Moore is on the non-football injury list after injuring his knee while playing for Notre Dame in the BCS title game loss to Alabama in January.