Ravens left tackle Ronnie Stanley, wide receiver Marquise “Hollywood” Brown and cornerback Chris Westry missed their second straight practice Thursday, continuing the team’s injury woes ahead of its matchup Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs.
Stanley (ankle), Brown (ankle) and Westry (knee) had already missed Wednesday’s walk-through, along with defensive end Derek Wolfe (back/hip), who remains sidelined. Outside linebacker Pernell McPhee, a participant in Wednesday’s practice, missed Thursday’s while resting.
Stanley started Monday night against the Las Vegas Raiders but struggled in the overtime loss. Brown, who dealt with a hamstring injury throughout August, had six catches on six targets for 69 yards. Westry played nearly 40% of the team’s defensive snaps and over 65% of its special teams snaps.
The Ravens will practice again Friday. Players who miss three straight days of practice are typically not expected to play in that week’s game.
Four Ravens were limited Thursday: wide receiver Devin Duvernay (groin), who left the field during the open portion of practice after a special teams drill; outside linebacker Daelin Hayes (knee); and cornerbacks Marlon Humphrey (back) and Jimmy Smith (ankle). Hayes, Humphrey and Smith were also limited Wednesday.
The Chiefs, meanwhile, had every player on their 53-man roster participating fully in Thursday’s practice.