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Ravens DE Derek Wolfe misses practice with neck injury/concussion; several contributors return

Ravens defensive end Derek Wolfe missed practice Thursday with what the team listed as a neck injury and concussion, leaving his availability for Sunday’s game against the Philadelphia Eagles in doubt.

Several other contributors were back, however. Left tackle Ronnie Stanley (shoulder) was a full participant in Thursday’s session after missing Wednesday’s, while cornerback Marcus Peters (thigh) and defensive back Jimmy Smith (knee) were limited in their return. Right guard Trye Phillips (shoulder) and wide receiver Chris Moore (finger/thigh) were limited for the second straight day.

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Defensive end Calais Campbell returned after a day off. Defensive tackle Brandon Williams and running back Mark Ingram II missed practice for noninjury reasons.

Defensive back-linebacker Anthony Levine Sr. missed his second straight practice with an abdomen injury, which he’s played through for several weeks. The Ravens lost another special teams contributor, second-year inside linebacker Otaro Alaka, to a torn ACL in Sunday’s win over the Cincinnati Bengals.

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Eagles safety Marcus Epps (rib), offensive tackle Lane Johnson (ankle) and linebacker Duke Riley (rib) did not practice for the second straight day, while offensive lineman Matt Pryor (illness) sat out for the first time this week.

Wide receivers Alshon Jeffrey (foot) and DeSean Jackson (hamstring), cornerback Avonte Maddox (ankle) and tight end Richard Rodgers (neck) were limited for the second straight practice. Cornerback Darius Slay (concussion) was limited after missing Wednesday’s practice.

Linebacker Shaun Bradley (illness), guard Jamon Brown (illness), defensive tackles Fletcher Cox (personal) and Hassan Ridgeway (illness) and safety K’Von Wallace (neck) practiced fully after sitting out Wednesday, while center Jason Kelce (hip) was a full participant for the second straight day.

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