The Ravens released their second injury report of the week with a couple of notable additions.
Linebacker Ray Lewis and left offensive tackle Jared Gaither joined right offensive tackle Adam Terry and cornerback Fabian Washington as players who did not practice today.
Lewis is dealing with a knee issue, but the team has allowed some of its older veterans to take a day off in the past. This may be the case with Lewis. Gaither (knee) was limited yesterday, but team officials do not seem to be overly concerned that he'll miss Sunday's game against the Indianapolis Colts.
Terry (meniscus issue in right knee) and Washington (dislocated right shoulder) are bigger question marks.
Linebackers Antwan Barnes (knee) and Tavares Gooden (hip) and safety Tom Zbikowski (shoulder) were limited in practice for the second straight day. For the second consecutive day, running back Willis McGahee (knee) wore a red, non-contact jersey, but he was upgraded to full participation.
For the Colts, starting cornerback Kelvin Hayden (knee) is not expected to play Sunday. Defensive end Dwight Freeney (strained hamstring) did not practice for the second straight day. Cornerback Marlin Jackson (ankle), defensive end Robert Mathis (non-injury reasons) and wide receiver Anthony Gonzalez (concussion) were upgraded to full participation.