The Ravens confirmed that tight end Todd Heap and cornerback Fabian Washington did not practice Friday.
Heap has missed the last two days after he pulled his right hamstring on the first play of the Ravens' 13-10 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers Sunday night. His status for Monday night's game against the Houston Texans is questionable at best, and rookie Ed Dickson could make his first career start in Heap's place.
Washington was downgraded after being limited Thursday by a thigh injury.
Cornerback Lardarius Webb was added to the injury report. He was also limited by a thigh injury.
Two-time Pro Bowl fullback Le'Ron McClain (sprained left ankle) fully participated for the second consecutive day.Houston upgraded two starters in wide receiver Andre Johnson (high right ankle sprain) and defensive end Mario Williams (sports hernia). Both players had not practiced Thursday.
Five other starters – quarterback Matt Schaub (knee), right tackle Eric Winston (shoulder), right guard Mike Brisiel (shoulder), outside linebacker Brian Cushing (knee) and cornerback Glover Quin (hand) – fully participated for the second consecutive day. Tight ends Owen Daniels (hamstring) and Joel Dreessen (ribs) also practiced for the second straight day.