After fully practicing on Wednesday and Thursday, starting left tackle Michael Oher did not participate in Friday's session, the Ravens announced via their injury report.
Oher has been dealing with a sprained right knee sustained in the third quarter of the team's 17-10 win against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers last Sunday. Oher, who did not speak with reporters after practice, is listed as questionable for Sunday night's clash with the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Fullback Le'Ron McClain and wide receiver Derrick Mason returned to practice Friday. McClain, who suffered a sprained left ankle in the second quarter last Sunday, had sat out Wednesday's and Thursday's session, but he returned on a limited basis Friday. He is questionable.
Mason fully participated after sitting out Thursday with a cold, and he is probable for Sunday night.
Strong safety Dawan Landry (concussion) was limited for the third consecutive day, and he is questionable.Right guard Chris Chester (bacterial leg infection) and rookie tight end Ed Dickson (hamstring) practiced fully for the third straight day, and they are probable.
Pittsburgh quarterback Ben Roethlisberger was limited for the third consecutive day and is questionable for Sunday night with what the team is calling a sprained right foot. The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported late Thursday that Roethlisberger is attempting to play on a broken bone in the foot.
Starting defensive end Aaron Smith (triceps) did not practice for the third straight day, and he is doubtful.
Four starters – strong safety Troy Polamalu (ankle), cornerback Bryant McFadden (hamstring), defensive end Brett Keisel (calf) and right tackle Flozell Adams (back) – fully practiced Friday and are listed as probable.