July 28, 2017 -- Ravens beat writer Edward Lee on the latest injury report on tight end Crockett Gillmore and wide receiver Breshad Perriman walked off the field with an injury. (Kevin Richardson / Baltimore Sun video)
The interception bug is alive: Interceptions continue to mount for the offense. Quarterback Ryan Mallett was picked off twice during team exercises – once when a tipped pass was corralled by cornerback Jimmy Smith and another by rookie cornerback Jaylen Hill. Quarterback Dustin Vaughan had once pass intercepted by cornerback Otha Foster and returned for a touchdown during a full-team drill and another picked off by cornerback Reggie Porter during a three-on-three exercise.
Where is instant replay?: Free safety Tony Jefferson appeared to add to the defense's cache of interceptions when a pass from Vaughan went off fullback Ricky Ortiz's hands and into Jefferson's as he dove to the turf. Officials ruled that the ball had touched the ground before Jefferson could control possession, but from the sideline, the interception looked good.
Peanut gallery: The offense's issues were not limited to interceptions. The unit was flagged a couple times for false starts, and rookie center Nico Siragusa lollipopped a shotgun snap high into the air to Vaughan. That prompted strong safety Eric Weddle to say, "We look like the Bad News Bears out there, offense!"
Play of the day: It wasn't all bad news for the offense with wide receiver Jeremy Maclin catching a touchdown pass from Mallett in a red-zone drill and running back Buck Allen scampering on a perfectly executed run off the right tackle. But the highlight was wide receiver Chris Moore making a one-handed grab of a pass from Mallett despite solid coverage from cornerback Brandon Carr for about a 35-yard gain.
Tim White's education: After a sparkling practice on Sunday, the rookie wide receiver plummeted back to earth. During a kickoff coverage drill, players were tasked with shedding a block, wrapping up a returner and driving him back about five yards. White did not appease special teams coordinator and associate head coach Jerry Rosburg with his first attempt, and when his second try did not satisfy Rosburg, he yelled, "I don't give a [expletive] about being a returner right now! Be a football player!" During the same exercise, White wrapped up the returner to Rosburg's satisfaction. "All right!" Rosburg said. "Who is that guy? Who is that wideout?"
Rare display from Justin Tucker: The kicker converted 7-of-9 field-goal attempts, including his first five. But his try from 49 yards hit the right upright and bounced away. Tucker's next immediate attempt – also from 49 yards – sailed wide right, causing some media members to wonder if Tucker had ever missed back-to-back tries in practice.
Name that tune: The first song during the Ravens' full-team exercise was Jay-Z's "U Don't Know." Other songs that were played were The O'Jays' "I Love Music," Them Crooked Vultures' "New Fang," Stevie Nicks' "Edge of Seventeen," and The Arctic Monkeys' "I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor."
Injury update: Quarterback Joe Flacco (back), cornerbacks Maurice Canady (torn knee cartilage) and Sheldon Price (unspecified), running back Kenneth Dixon (torn meniscus in left knee), rookie center Brandon Kublanow (undisclosed), tight end Crockett Gillmore (torn medial collateral ligament in right knee), and wide receiver Kenny Bell (hamstring) did not practice. Cornerback Tavon Young (torn anterior cruciate ligament in left knee) is on the physically unable to perform (PUP) list.
Overheard: Wide receiver-returner Michael Campanaro (River Hill High School) returned to practice for the first time since being removed from the PUP list on Monday. After he caught a pass, outside linebacker Terrell Suggs quipped, "Who's the new guy?"