The Ravens remain shorthanded at cornerback as their third preseason game against the Washington Redskins approaches Saturday night at M&T Bank Stadium.

Starting corners Jimmy Smith (bruised chest) and Lardarius Webb (lower back) aren't practicing Thursday, and neither is backup Asa Jackson (ankle). Webb hasn't practiced since July 25 and has been ruled out for the entire preseason by coach John Harbaugh.


Smith got hurt against the Dallas Cowboys last week and was coughing up blood during and after the game. Smith and Jackson aren't expected to play Saturday against Washington.

Meanwhile, tight end Owen Daniels is still out with leg soreness and isn't expected to play Saturday.

Offensive tackle Jah Reid and offensive guard Will Rackley are still out with concussions and won't play Saturday.

Offensive tackle Brett Van Sloten isn't practicing because of a sprained medial collateral ligament.

Defensive linemen Kapron Lewis-Moore (ruptured Achilles) and offensive tackle Brent Urban (torn anterior cruciate ligament) are out for the season but haven't been placed on injured reserve yet.

Reserve fullback Shaun Chapas isn't practicing for undisclosed reasons.



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