The Ravens have 10 players who are starting on the physically-unable-to-perform (PUP) list: safety Ed Reed (hip); cornerbacks Fabian Washington (knee), Lardarius Webb (knee), Walt Harris (conditioning) and Prince Miller (unknown); linebacker Brendon Ayanbadejo (leg); nose tackle Terrence Cody (conditioning); offensive tackle Oniel Cousins (throat); running back Matt Lawrence (knee); and wide receiver Rodelin Anthony (knee).
It is unknown whether offensive tackle Jared Gaither (foot) has been placed on PUP. He hasn't been spotted at training camp.
Here are the rules for PUP:
A player has to be placed on Active PUP before training camp begins. That means this player can't practice with the team but he can work out off to the side and attend meetings. A player on Active PUP counts against the 80-man roster limit and can be removed from this list at any time during the preseason.
At the end of preseason, the team must decide whether to activate the player or put him on Reserve PUP. Players on Reserve PUP are are not eligible to play for the first six weeks of the season. Reserve PUP players do not count against the 53 man roster.