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Ravens offensive lineman Eugene Monroe prepares to practice on the second day of training camp.
Ravens offensive lineman Eugene Monroe prepares to practice on the second day of training camp. (Kenneth K. Lam / Baltimore Sun)

Ravens left tackle Eugene Monroe, who suffered a concussion early in the Week 1 loss to the Denver Broncos and hasn't played or practiced since, was back on the field for the Ravens on Monday during the team's walk-through.

Players in the concussion protocol can practice without contact once they hit certain benchmarks, so it's unclear how far along in his recovery Monroe is. He was a limited participant, according to the injury report.

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Notable in their absences, however, were tight end Crockett Gillmore and wide receiver Breshad Perriman.

Perriman appeared to tweak something in his injured right knee during warmups Sunday before the game against the Cincinnati Bengals, after running full-speed for much of the morning. He returned from eight weeks out last Thursday and was limited in practice Thursday and Friday.

Gillmore, the team's second-leading receiver with 10 catches, 151 yards and two touchdowns, didn't play an offensive snap in the second half against the Bengals, though he did play some special teams. He's dealing with a calf issue, according to the injury report.

Defensive end Chris Canty, who developed a calf injury in Week 2 against the Oakland Raiders and hasn't practiced since, was also absent. Rookie cornerback Tray Walker was not spotted during the brief media portion of practice, but was present and a full participant, according to the injury report.

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