Baltimore Ravens tight end Nick Boyle leaves the field on a cart after a season-ending injury in the second half against the New England Patriots.
The Ravens’ top two defensive linemen remain sidelined ahead of Sunday’s key AFC matchup at home against the Tennessee Titans.
Defensive end Calais Campbell (calf) and defensive tackle Brandon Williams (ankle) did not practice Thursday, making it increasingly more likely that they won’t suit up against Tennessee.
With Campbell out and Williams injured early in Sunday night’s 23-17 loss to the New England Patriots, the Ravens allowed 173 rushing yards, their second highest total of the season. Campbell also leads the Ravens with four sacks.
Running back Mark Ingram II, outside linebacker Pernell McPhee and third-string quarterback Trace McSorley also did not practice Thursday, but for non-injury-related reasons.
Cornerback Jimmy Smith (ankle) returned to practice and was limited. Inside linebacker L.J. Fort (finger) was a full participant.
For the second straight day, the Titans practiced without a handful of key contributors.
Wide receivers A.J. Brown (knee) and Adam Humphries (concussion), outside linebacker Jadeveon Clowney (knee), cornerbacks Adoree Jackson (knee) and Chris Jackson (illness), offensive linemen Ben Jones (knee), Dennis Kelly (knee) and Rodger Saffold (knee), defensive lineman Larrell Murchison (rib) and tight end MyCole Pruitt (knee) did not practice.