Besides cornerbacks Jimmy Smith (chest contusion), Lardarius Webb (lower back) and Asa Jackson (sprained ankle), the following players didn't practice Thursday: tight end Owen Daniels (leg soreness), offensive linemen Jah Reid and Will Rackley (concussions), offensive tackle Brett Van Sloten (sprained medial collateral ligament) and reserve fullback Shaun Chapas (undisclosed). … After canceling practice Wednesday to take players to the movies, Harbaugh said he wasn't a huge fan of the movie, "Lucy," but was complimentary of actress Scarlett Johansson. "She's a great actress, she did a great job," Harbaugh said. "Plot line: science fiction. I wouldn't have picked it. It was OK. Somebody is going to get mad at me in Hollywood. Hey, that's tough. That's too bad. It was great to be there with the guys. I ate a whole big thing of popcorn. You would enjoy sitting in there with a pro football team and listening to the commentary. The running commentary during a movie is pretty funny." … The Ravens were visited at practice by Ben Jackson, a 21-year-old power lifter and wrestler who has spastic cerebral palsy. Jackson, who bench presses 200 pounds and is training for the Paralympics, broke the huddle down at the end of practice. "He doesn't have a disability in his mind," said Harbaugh, who had lunch with Jackson. "What he does every day to accomplish the things he's doing inspired our football team. Just a great visit from a great young man."