The Ravens released their first injury report of the week before Sunday’s game at the Cleveland Browns, and four players were limited during Wednesday afternoon’s practice.

Two of those players are starters: center Ryan Jensen and wide receiver Chris Moore. Jensen was said to be dealing with an ankle injury, while Moore injured his hip in the second quarter of Sunday night’s 39-38 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field.


Outside linebacker Za’Darius Smith (shoulder) and slot cornerback Maurice Canady (knee) were also limited. Smith did not practice last week and was deactivated before the game in Pittsburgh.

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As previously reported, starting wide receiver Mike Wallace did not participate in Wednesday’s session. He injured his right ankle in the first quarter Sunday but managed to finish the game with three catches for a team-high 72 yards.

Rookie guard Jermaine Eluemunor was listed as being a full participant despite a left shoulder ailment.

The Browns conducted a walk-through Wednesday, and their injury report is an estimation of the players’ participation.

Starting cornerback Jamar Taylor would not have practiced because of a foot ailment. Four starters — right tackle Shon Coleman (shoulder and thumb), safety Jabril Peppers (knee), defensive tackle Danny Shelton (chest and ribs) and center J.C. Tretter (knee) — would have been limited.

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