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Ravens running back Mark Ingram II misses practice again, considered ‘day-to-day’

"As far as getting ready for games and these teams, he has increased his film study," said Orlando Brown Jr. when ask about Lamar Jackson.

For the second straight day, running back Mark Ingram II (calf) missed practice ahead of the team’s divisional-round game Saturday against the Tennessee Titans.

Ingram missed Tuesday’s practice after coach John Harbaugh said last week that he expected Ingram to fully participate. Offensive coordinator Greg Roman on Wednesday said that Ingram is “day-to-day.”

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Ingram has yet to practice since straining his calf Dec. 22 against the Cleveland Browns. If he can’t play, second-year back Gus Edwards is expected to receive the bulk of carries.

“I think [Edwards] is very prepared for that,” Roman said. “We love our backs and Gus is obviously a very important part of that group. I think he would love lots of action like you want him to. He’ll be ready. He’ll be ready and we really don’t have to skip a beat.”

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Defensive tackle Brandon Williams (non-injury related) also did not participate in Wednesday’s practice. Tight end Mark Andrews (ankle) was limited for a second consecutive day.

Titans linebacker Jayon Brown (shoulder), wide receiver Adam Humphries (ankle) and cornerback Adoree Jackson (foot) did not practice for the second straight day. Former Ravens linebacker Kamalei Correa (illness) was added to the injury report and did not practice.

Guard Nate Davis (illness) and running back Dion Lewis (shoulder) were limited.

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