Ravens wide receiver Breshad Perriman misses Wednesday’s practice with knee injury

The Ravens released their first injury report of the week leading up to Sunday’s game against the Chicago Bears at M&T Bank Stadium, and wide receiver Breshad Perriman did not practice because of a knee problem.

In addition to Perriman, five others did not participate: defensive tackles Brandon Williams (left foot) and Carl Davis (hamstring), right guard Matt Skura (sprained right knee), cornerback Jimmy Smith (Achilles tendon) and running back Terrance West (left calf).

Rookie outside linebacker Tim Williams was listed as a limited participant because of a thigh injury. Joining him under the limited designation were defensive backs Anthony Levine Sr. (thigh) and Jaylen Hill (hamstring), and wide receiver Jeremy Maclin (shoulder).

Tight end Maxx Williams, who has sat out the past three games with a left foot injury, practiced fully.

Chicago practiced Wednesday without starting cornerback Marcus Cooper Sr., who is dealing with a back injury. Starting inside linebacker Nick Kwiatkoski (chest) participated on a limited basis.

End zone: Outside linebacker Terrell Suggs said he has no plans for an encore to the Bane mask that he wore during player introductions before the team’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Oct. 1. “Usually, just that one team always, I try to give the team a little something extra to get hyped for because the rivalry has kind of changed as the personnel has,” he said. “So I just like to spark it up just for that game. So there ain’t no encore. Maybe Joe [Flacco] will come out with something.”



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