Sun sports reporters Jeff Zrebiec and Jon Meoli report from Philadelphia where the Ravens and Eagles concluded their joint practices prior to Saturday's preseason game. (Jon Meoli/Baltimore Sun)

The Ravens are missing a pair of starting offensive linemen for the final practice ahead of Saturday's preseason game against the Philadelphia Eagles.

Right tackle Rick Wagner, who injured his leg on a running play midway through Wednesday's joint practice with the Eagles, was not on the field for a second straight day Friday. Left guard Kelechi Osemele, who has been on and off the field all preseason with an Achilles injury suffered on Aug. 6, returned and participated fully on Thursday but wasn't on the field Friday.


He said Thursday when asked about the season opener on Sept. 13 in Denver "it'd be tough" if he had to play a game right now.

The injuries leave the Ravens, who are already missing tackles Jah Reid (back) and Darryl Baldwin, and have guards John Urschel and Robert Myers limited with concussions, thin on the offensive line.

Additionally, undrafted rookie offensive lineman Blaine Clausell and defensive end Kapron Lewis-Moore were both absent after appearing to pick up knocks in Thursday's practice.

Cornerback Lardarius Webb remained out with a hamstring issue, while wide receiver Breshad Perriman remains out with a knee sprain suffered on the first day of camp.

Outside linebacker Steven Means remained out with a groin injury suffered in last week's preseason opener against the New Orleans Saints.

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