Quincy Adeboyejo's left leg injury apparently is serious enough for the rookie wide receiver to sit out Ravens practice on Monday morning.
The undrafted free agent, who has made a number of impressive catches during training camp, injured his left leg late in Sunday's session when it was pinned underneath as he slid to make a catch. He was held out of the last 15 minutes of practice and rode a cart back to the locker room.
Adeboyejo joins Breshad Perriman (right hamstring tightness), Kenny Bell (hamstring), and rookie Tim White (torn thumb ligaments) as wideouts missing from Monday's session. That leaves that group with only eight healthy players.
Rookie guard Jermaine Eluemunor, who walked off the field early Sunday with a trainer, is also absent. And with tackles Ronnie Stanley (undisclosed) and Stephane Nembot (unspecified) and guards Alex Lewis (torn labrum) and rookie Nico Siragusa (torn ACL, MCL, and PCL in left knee) missing another day, the offensive line has only 11 healthy players to work with.
Players who have missed multiple practices and are sitting out again include cornerbacks Brandon Boykin (undisclosed) and Maurice Canady (torn cartilage in knee), running back Kenneth Dixon (torn meniscus in left knee), quarterback Joe Flacco (back), and inside linebacker Lamar Louis (unspecified).
Cornerback Tavon Young (torn ACL in left knee) remains on the team's physically unable to perform list.
Two players who did not practice Sunday in wide receiver Jeremy Maclin and rookie outside linebacker Tyus Bowser are back.
Also, the team announced today that it has released quarterback Dustin Vaughan and signed Thaddeus Lewis. The 6-foot-2, 219-pound Lewis has had stints with seven different NFL teams and started a combined six games for the Cleveland Browns and Buffalo Bills.