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The Ravens' first practice since Sunday's 13-12 loss to the New York Giants did not include wide receiver Mark Clayton (sprained ankle), cornerback Samari Rolle (sprained ankle), tight end Daniel Wilcox (sprained ankle), running back P.J. Daniels (tweaked hamstring) and offensive tackle Steve Edwards (ankle). Defensive tackle Atiyyah Ellison also was missing from the portion of practice open to the media, but it's unclear the reasons for his absence.

The good news is that defensive tackle Haloti Ngata (knee), right guard Chris Chester (sprained foot) and linebacker Antwan Barnes (twisted ankle) were suited and taking part in drills. Ngata, who banged his left knee on the turf Sunday night, had the knee and calf heavily wrapped. Linebacker Bart Scott also had his left calf wrapped.

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Rookie wide receiver Matt Willis left practice, favoring his right leg as he grimaced in pain. But he returned to practice a few minutes later and ran routes with the rest of the receivers.

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