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Ravens cornerbacks Marlon Humphrey and Robertson Daniel missing from Saturday’s practice

Ravens cornerbacks Marlon Humphrey and Robertson Daniel missing from Saturday’s practice
Owings Mills, Md.--8/2/17-- Ravens cornerback Marlon Humphrey (#29), left, practices during training camp at Under Armour Performance Center. Kenneth K. Lam/The Baltimore Sun sp-ravens-training-camp-0803 Lam (Kenneth K. Lam / Baltimore Sun)

The Ravens opened their first practice after Thursday night's 31-7 victory over the Miami Dolphins on Saturday morning without cornerbacks Marlon Humphrey and Robertson Daniel.

Humphrey's absence is not terribly surprising after the organization's first-round draft pick played only six defensive snaps and three special teams snaps at Miami. Coach John Harbaugh said afterward that Humphrey is dealing with a soft tissue injury.

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Daniel played only three special teams snaps against the Dolphins. His absence along with Humphrey's left the secondary with only 12 healthy players as cornerbacks Brandon Boykin (undisclosed) and Maurice Canady (torn cartilage in knee) continue to sit out.

The other new absences include running back Danny Woodhead, wide receiver Chris Matthews and rookie inside linebacker Donald Payne.

Players who have missed multiple practices and are sitting out again include wide receivers Breshad Perriman (right hamstring tightness) and rookie Tim White (torn thumb ligaments), tackles Ronnie Stanley (undisclosed) and Stephane Nembot (unspecified), guards Alex Lewis (torn labrum) and rookie Nico Siragusa (torn ACL, MCL and PCL in left knee), running back Kenneth Dixon (torn meniscus in left knee) and quarterback Joe Flacco (back).

Cornerback Tavon Young (torn ACL in left knee) remains on the team's physically unable to perform list.

Inside linebacker Lamar Louis returned to practice from an unspecified ailment. And center Jeremy Zuttah was active in Saturday's session. The 31-year-old Zuttah was signed Friday to a two-year contract that includes a base salary of about $4 million and could increase to as much as $6 million based on certain incentives, according to the NFL Network.

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