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Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh talked about the injuries to TE Ben Watson and RB Kenneth Dixon in the teams 30-9 win over the Detroit Lions. Harbaugh also suggested that he would prefers no preseason games. (Kevin Richardson)

When the Ravens returned to practice Monday morning after Saturday night's 30-9 victory over the Detroit Lions at M&T Bank Stadium in the third preseason game, two new faces were missing from the field.

Center Jeremy Zuttah and running back Buck Allen were absent from practice. Zuttah has started all three contests in the preseason. Allen carried the ball eight times for 15 yards against the Lions.

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Other players missing included safeties Lardarius Webb (back), Matt Elam (knee) and Kendrick Lewis (unspecified), running backs Kenneth Dixon (sprained left knee) and Lorenzo Taliaferro (foot), tight ends Dennis Pitta (broken finger) and Maxx Williams (undisclosed), left guard John Urschel (contusion), cornerback Jerraud Powers (unspecified), outside linebacker Za'Darius Smith (ankle), defensive tackle Brandon Williams (undisclosed) and defensive end Bronson Kaufusi (ankle).

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