Ward’s block of Tucker’s field-goal attempt marked the third blocked kick or punt for the Ravens in the first five games, which Rosburg called “an unacceptable number.” “First of all, it was a really good play by their player,” he said. “He got a great get-off, and we had an edge issue. We just weren’t completely solid on our edge. We were a little too tight. By the time we punched, he was clear of us. It’s one of those situations where a matter of inches makes a huge difference.” … Offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg was pleased with Hayden Hurst’s NFL debut against Cleveland after missing the first four games of the season because of a stress fracture in his foot. “That first week, if you look at it, you have a rookie who has never played in a league game coming off of a major injury,” he said. “He was knocking a little bit of rust off last week, and then man, I was excited because he practiced really well yesterday. I think he’s on the [rise].” … The “Sunday Night Football” Bus will visit the Boys & Girls Clubs of Metropolitan Baltimore on Friday at 3 p.m., Comcast and NBC Sports announced Thursday. More than 90 members of the club will get guided tours of the bus for a chance to use interactive displays and participate in photo opportunities. “Sunday Night Football” will also give the kids branded footballs to decorate and display. The event is only for the members of the Boys & Girls Clubs. … A pair of Titans starters in inside linebacker Will Compton (hamstring) and strong safety Kenny Vaccaro (elbow) did not practice for the second straight day. Starting left tackle Taylor Lewan (foot) was upgraded to full participation after missing Wednesday’s session. Starting inside linebacker Wesley Woodyard (shoulder) was limited for the second consecutive day, and he was joined by former Ravens outside linebacker Kamalei Correa (foot).