Ravens coach John Harbaugh said Monday that Joe Flacco had exhibited "zero" symptoms stemming from the concussion he suffered in Thursday's win over the Miami Dolphins, and the quarterback proved him right by participating fully in Wednesday afternoon's practice in advance of Sunday's game at the Tennessee Titans.

Flacco took part in individual and full drills during the portion of the session open to the media and appeared to work without limitations. He also was not wearing a red noncontact jersey.


In addition to Flacco, wide receiver Mike Wallace (concussion), tight end Maxx Williams (left ankle) and rookie outside linebacker Tim Williams (thigh) also practiced fully. Wallace missed Thursday's win, Maxx Williams has sat out five of the past six games and Tim Williams has been absent from the past three.

Five players who wore the red jerseys were limited. They were center Ryan Jensen (shoulder), wide receiver Jeremy Maclin (shoulder), tight end Vince Mayle (concussion), left tackle Ronnie Stanley (right shoulder) and cornerback Lardarius Webb (concussion).

The team practiced without wide receivers Michael Campanaro (shoulder) and Chris Matthews (hamstring), tight end Nick Boyle (toe), defensive tackle Michael Pierce (illness), cornerback Jimmy Smith (Achilles tendon) and running back Terrance West (left calf).

Rookie safety Chuck Clark, who was previously reported as absent, was not on the injury report, meaning that he did practice Wednesday.

Tennessee practiced without a pair of starters in tight end Delanie Walker and left guard Quinton Spain. Walker has not missed a game this season despite a toe injury, and an ankle ailment has not prevented Spain from making every start thus far.

Two more starters in strong safety Johnathan Cyprien (hamstring) and rookie wide receiver Corey Davis (hamstring) were full participants.

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