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Ravens guard Marshal Yanda didn't practice due to foot injury

Ravens Pro Bowl offensive guard Marshal Yanda didn't practice Monday.

Ravens coach John Harbaugh said Yanda isn't injured and was just given the day off, but he's listed on the injury report with a foot injury.

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"He's healthy," Harbaugh said. "No injury there."

Yanda played the entire game Sunday during a 23-16 season-opening loss to the Cincinnati Bengals at M&T Bank Stadium.

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The Ravens announced no injuries after the game.

Yanda played every game last season after undergoing shoulder surgery following the Ravens' Super Bowl XLVII victory.

Every other player for the Ravens practiced Monday.

That includes cornerbacks Lardarius Webb (lower back), who missed the opener, Jimmy Smith (chest contusion) and Asa Jackson and running back Bernard Pierce (concussion), who both played against the Bengals.

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Webb participated fully, as he did last week.

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