Starting left tackle Eugene Monroe and starting left guard Kelechi Osemele missed another day of practice for the Ravens on Friday, bringing further into question their availability for Monday's game at the Cleveland Browns.
Osemele practiced once last week before missing Sunday's game with a knee injury, and was listed as a limited participant on Thursday's estimated injury report. He wasn't back at practice Friday.
Neither was Monroe, who left in the second half of the win over the St. Louis Rams with a shoulder injury that coach John Harbaugh said was related to the one he suffered in Week 7 against the Arizona Cardinals. Monroe has made six starts, and left three injured.
Reserve left tackle James Hurst and guard Ryan Jensen project to start in their place if they can't go against the Browns.
Wide receiver Marlon Brown also missed a second straight practice with a back injury. Brown missed several weeks in training camp with a back issue, though it's unclear if the two injuries are related.