The list of injured Ravens, which has swollen to more than a dozen as training camp progresses, didn't grow on Wednesday, but none of the high-profile players who have been missing resurfaced for practice ahead of the all-important third preseason game Saturday against the Washington Redskins.
Only undrafted rookie tackle Blaine Clausell returned Wednesday from the list of those missing on Tuesday, with guard-tackle Ryan Jensen missing out and taking his place among the group of injured offensive linemen.
That group is still missing starting left tackle Eugene Monroe (arm), starting left guard Kelechi Osemele (Achilles), top reserve James Hurst (concussion), and reserve tackles De'Ondre Wesley and Darryl Baldwin.
Wide receiver Breshad Perriman (knee) and Michael Campanaro (unspecified soft tissue injury) remained out, as did cornerbacks Lardarius Webb (hamstring), Rashaan Melvin and Tramain Jacobs (both undisclosed).
Rookie tight end Maxx Williams was practicing but in a red noncontact jersey, while outside linebacker Steven Means (groin) remained out with an injury suffered in the preseason game against the New Orleans Saints two weeks ago.