As indicated in an earlier post, three-fourths of the Ravens' starting secondary did not practice this afternoon.
Free safety Ed Reed and cornerbacks Samari Rolle and Fabian Washington have been dealing with injuries over the last several weeks. Reed and Rolle have played despite a balky hamstring and ankle, respectively, while Washington sat out Sunday's 27-7 win against the Jacksonville Jaguars because of a hyperextended toe.
Wide receivers Derrick Mason (sore trapezius muscle/dislocated left shoulder) and Mark Clayton (knee), linebacker Jarret Johnson (left calf) and defensive tackle Justin Bannan (foot) also did not take part in practice.
Right guard Chris Chester (back), linebacker Antwan Barnes (strained pectoral muscle), running back Ray Rice (left shin contusion), safety Tom Zbikowski (thigh) and kicker Matt Stover (sprained right ankle) were limited.
The Miami Dolphins, Sunday's opponent, listed only tight end David Martin (head/neck) and defensive end Randy Starks (ankle) as not having practiced.