*A previous version incorrectly stated that Ravens outside linebacker Terrell Suggs was absent for the portion of Tuesday's practice open to the media. Suggs was present for practice. The Sun regrets the error.
Center Jeremy Zuttah was absent from practice Tuesday, joining a group of five Ravens players who also did not practice Monday.
Zuttah started in Sunday's 21-14 win against the Pittsburgh Steelers and practiced Monday. He might be the beneficiary of a veterans day off before Thursday night's game against the Cleveland Browns.
Outside linebackers Elvis Dumervil (foot) and rookie Kamalei Correa (thigh), tight end Crockett Gillmore (thigh), cornerback Shareece Wright (pulled hamstring), and right guard Marshal Yanda (shoulder) appear to be missing their second straight day of practice.
Wide receiver Steve Smith Sr. was not present during the portion of Tuesday's session open to the media. But he was absent from the early part of Monday's practice and was later not included in the team's injury report, meaning that he had participated fully that day.
Rookie running back Kenneth Dixon, who practiced fully Monday despite sustaining a chest injury in the fourth quarter against the Steelers, was present and active again Tuesday.
UPDATE: On Monday, Smith did not appear during the portion of practice open to the media, but was not listed on the injury report, which meant he must have practiced. On Tuesday, the same thing occurred with Zuttah, who is not on the injury report.
Correa, Dumervil, Gillmore, Wright and Yanda did not practice for the second consecutive day. Dixon participated fully for the second straight day.
Cleveland practiced for the second consecutive day without a pair of starters in cornerback Jamar Taylor (groin) and left tackle Joe Thomas (knee). Starting wide receiver Terrelle Pryor (hamstring) was limited again, and two defensive starters -- cornerback Joe Haden (groin) and defensive tackle Jamie Meder (knee) -- fully participated.