It looks more and more like the Ravens will be forced to start three backup offensive linemen in Monday night's game against the Cleveland Browns.
Starting left tackle Eugene Monroe (shoulder) and starting left guard Kelechi Osemele (knee) remained out of practice Saturday, increasing the likelihood that both won't play Monday. Players who don't practice all week traditionally don't play in the game.
If both Monroe and Osemele are out, the Ravens would start James Hurst at left tackle and Ryan Jensen would make his second consecutive start at left guard. John Urschel will also start his second consecutive game at center in place of Jeremy Zuttah, who had surgery to repair a partially torn pectoral muscle and is on injured reserve.
Wide receiver Marlon Brown (back) also missed his third consecutive practice and is unlikely to play Monday. That would mean that Kamar Aiken will be the only active Ravens wide receiver who was on the 53-man roster before Oct. 1.
Cornerback Shareece Wright also wasn't practicing Saturday after being added to the injury report on Friday with a bad back.