Ravens participation report: Ramon Harewood remains sidelined

Ravens backup offensive lineman Ramon Harewood remains sidelined after going to a doctor recently to have his knee examined.

Harewood has been dealing with swelling in his surgically repaired knee and was scheduled to get an injection. He has been sidelined this entire week.


Meanwhile, Pro Bowl offensive guard Marshal Yanda isn't practicing due to offseason rotator cuff surgery on his shoulder. Yanda told The Baltimore Sun on Thursday that he's on schedule to return at some point during training camp.

Rookie center Ryan Jensen (broken foot) is scheduled to undergo surgery soon and is projected to miss 10 weeks. He's an injured reserve candidate.

Inside linebacker Jameel McClain (spinal cord contusion) is on the physically unable to perform lis.

Rookie defensive lineman Kapron Lewis-Moore (anterior cruciate ligament) observes practice each day, but isn't expected to play this season.

Rookie cornerback Marc Anthony, who strained his left shoulder recently, is practicing.

Tight end Dennis Pitta, of course, is out for the season with a fractured, dislocated hip that required surgery to remove a small bone fragment.


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