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Ravens tight end Crockett Gillmore is tackled by Bengals outside linebacker Vincent Rey in the second quarter.
Ravens tight end Crockett Gillmore is tackled by Bengals outside linebacker Vincent Rey in the second quarter. (Rob Carr / Getty Images)

Two key offensive weapons for the Ravens -- one who has already begun to establish himself, and the other whose next impact will be his first -- missed a second straight practice Tuesday before Thursday's primetime game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Starting tight end Crockett Gillmore and rookie wide receiver Breshad Perriman weren't present Tuesday after the former was limited for the entire second half Sunday against the Bengals with a calf injury, and the latter appeared to tweak his sprained right knee in pregame warmups.

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Gillmore, who caught three first-half passes before sitting out every offensive snap in the second half with a calf injury, didn't participate in Monday's walk-through and wasn't on the field during Tuesday's practice.

Perriman, meanwhile, practiced last Thursday and Friday for the first time since July 30, but looked like he suffered a setback on the field before Sunday's game.

Defensive end Chris Canty was the only other absentee. He suffered a calf injury in the Week 2 loss at the Oakland Raiders, and hasn't practiced since. He missed Sunday's game against the Bengals as a result.

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