Kelechi Osemele, Rick Wagner among six offensive linemen not dressed for Eagles game

Six offensive linemen — including two starters and two top reserves — didn't dress for Saturday's preseason game against the Philadelphia Eagles, leaving the Ravens with 11 offensive linemen for the game.

Starting right tackle Rick Wagner, who injured his leg in the first of three practices against the Eagles, and starting left guard Kelechi Osemele, who has battled an Achilles injury for the past two weeks, both will sit out the game.


Second-year tackle James Hurst will take Wagner's place with the first team, while Ryan Jensen will line up at left guard for Osemele.

Meanwhile, guard John Urschel will sit out as he slowly comes back from a concussion. Urschel practiced all three days in Philadelphia, but wasn't dressed for the game. Tackle Jah Reid, Wagner's top reserve, hasn't practiced all week because of back spasms.

Undrafted rookie linemen Darryl Baldwin and Blaine Clausell also did not dress for the game.

A surprise absence was wide receiver Michael Campanaro, who was present but in street clothes at Friday's walk-through, and didn't suit up for the game. He was praised by coach John Harbaugh for his potential as a slot receiver on Wednesday.

Defensive ends Chris Canty and Kapron Lewis-Moore also were not dressed. Lewis-Moore didn't participate in Friday's walk-through, while Canty has been eased into the preseason and has yet to appear in a game.

Wide receiver Breshad Perriman (sprained knee), cornerback Lardarius Webb (hamstring), and outside linebacker Steven Means (groin) all have not practiced since the preseason opener against New Orleans, making their absence Saturday a formality.

Long-term absentees include tight end Dennis Pitta (dislocated hip), safety Matt Elam (torn biceps), defensive end Brent Urban (torn biceps), and tight end Allen Reisner (broken ankle).

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