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Kelechi Osemele out Thursday, Kyle Arrington becomes latest in secondary to miss time

Ravens guard Kelechi Osemele and cornerback Kyle Arrington were two high-profile players not spotted early in practice Thursday, a day after each appeared to shake off injuries to complete practice.

Osemele, the team's starting left guard, appeared to be flexing his ankle and had trainers giving attention to his right foot after a running game drill that involved the entire offensive and defensive lines on Wednesday. He didn't miss a rep, but seemed to be affected by the issue between snaps.

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Arrington appeared to be shaken up in coverage on a play in the end zone Wednesday. He joins a secondary that, for the second straight year, is suffering injuries at a notable rate. Safety Matt Elam is already out for the season with a torn biceps, while cornerbacks Tray Walker (hamstring) and Chris Greenwood haven't practiced since Sunday and remained out Thursday.

The only other new absence was outside linebacker Steven Means, while outside linebacker Zach Thompson remained out for a second straight day. Guard-center Ryan Jensen returned after leaving with a foot injury on Wednesday.

Wide receiver Breshad Perriman, who injured his knee a week ago, remains out with what coach John Harbaugh called a bruise-sprain, and wide receiver Marlon Brown missed another practice with a back issue.

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