Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson missed Wednesday’s practice with a knee injury, according to the team’s injury report.
Jackson was held out of practice for “precautionary reasons,” according to a report from ESPN, and the knee injury is not considered serious.
Jackson spoke to reporters on a videoconference about 75 minutes before the Ravens took the field to prepare for Sunday’s divisional game against the Cincinnati Bengals in Baltimore.
In addition to Jackson, six other Ravens did not practice Wednesday: cornerbacks Jimmy Smith (knee) and Marcus Peters (thigh), rookie offensive lineman Tyre Phillips (shoulder), tight end Nick Boyle (thigh) and defensive linemen Calais Campbell (not injury related) and Broderick Washington (illness).
Left tackle Ronnie Stanley, who hasn’t practiced since last Wednesday and missed the team’s Week 3 win over the Washington Football Team with a shoulder injury, returned to practice and was limited.
Wide receiver Marquise “Hollywood” Brown (knee), defensive back-linebacker Anthony Levine Sr. (abdomen) and wide receiver Chris Moore (thigh/finger) were also limited.
Defensive end Derek Wolfe, who missed the Washington game with an elbow injury, was a limited participant. So was rookie defensive tackle Justin Madubuike (knee).
Only one Bengal did not practice, Carlos Dunlap, which was for a non-injury-related reason. Cornerbacks Mackensie Alexander (hamstring) and Darius Phillips (not injury related), defensive tackle Geno Atkins (shoulder), offensive tackle Jonah Williams (shoulder) and linebacker Logan Wilson (concussion) were limited.