Rookie tight end Maxx Williams and starting offensive linemen Eugene Monroe and Kelechi Osemele were among several prominent players on the Ravens offense who didn't dress for Saturday's preseason game against the Washington Redskins.
Eugene Monroe wasn't cleared to practice all week because of what coach John Harbaugh called a "severe bruise" on his right arm suffered last weekend in Philadelphia, and wasn't in uniform Saturday.
Neither was starting left guard Kelechi Osemele, who has been dealing with an Achilles injury for much of this month and didn't play against the Philadelphia Eagles last weekend.
Reserve left tackle James Hurst (concussion) was in uniform, but didn't participate in pregame warmups after returning to practice Thursday. John Urschel lined up at left guard with the first team in warmups, with Ryan Jensen at left tackle.
Undrafted rookie tackles De'Ondre Wesley (knee) and Darryl Baldwin (undisclosed) also remained out after not practicing all week.
Williams, the team's second-round pick in the NFL draft, spent the entire week in practice wearing a red noncontact jersey, and did not suit up Saturday.
Also missing were wide receivers Breshad Perriman and Michael Campanaro. Perriman has been out nearly a month with a sprained knee suffered in the opening practice of training camp, with no timetable for his return. Campanaro missed the Eagles game and didn't practice all week with what Harbaugh called a "soft tissue" injury.
The defense was missing just three players not out with long-term injuries — cornerback Lardarius Webb (hamstring), cornerback Tramain Jacobs (undisclosed injury) and outside linebacker Steven Means (groin). Webb hasn't played a preseason game since the third game of the 2013 preseason.
Running back Lorenzo Taliaferro (sprained MCL), safety Matt Elam (torn biceps) defensive end Brent Urban (torn biceps), and tight end Allen Reisner (broken ankle) are the team's long-term absentees.