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RB Mark Ingram sidelined with ankle injury as Ravens hold first practice under intensive protocol

Ravens running back Mark Ingram II did not participate in Wednesday’s practice as he continues to recover from an ankle injury that sidelined him for Sunday’s 28-24 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Ingram has not practiced since spraining his ankle in the team’s Week 6 win over the Philadelphia Eagles. Ravens coach John Harbaugh said Ingram is dealing with more of a high-ankle sprain.

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Defensive end Calais Campbell and cornerback Jimmy Smith did not practice for non-injury-related reasons. Wide receiver Chris Moore (thigh) was limited. With Campbell sitting out and eight defensive players on the reserve/COVID-19 list, the Ravens had just five defensive starters at practice.

The Ravens' practices are not open to the media this week while the team is under intensive protocol. The team is holding virtual meetings throughout the week, and players and coaches will be required to wear masks or face shields. Harbaugh said earlier Wednesday that he’s received no indication from the NFL that Sunday’s game in Indianapolis will be postponed.

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Five Colts did not practice Wednesday: safety Julian Blackmon (not injury related), tight end Trey Burton (not injury related), wide receivers Ashton Dulin (knee) and T.Y. Hilton (groin) and defensive end Justin Houston (not injury related).

Tight end Mo Alie-Cox (knee), center Ryan Kelly (knee) and running backs Jonathan Taylor (ankle) and Jordan Wilkins (groin) were limited.

Jackson trusts OT Brown

With Ronnie Stanley on the injured reserve list because of a severe ankle injury and Orlando Brown Jr. likely to start at left tackle for the remainder of the season, quarterback Lamar Jackson said he has faith in the third-year player, who was a unanimous All-American on the left side at Oklahoma. “[Brown] is just like a brother to me," Jackson said Wednesday on a video conference call. ... “It’s a grind here, it’s great. We’d like to have Ronnie and have him at his original spot, but it’s all good. It’s apart of the game, things happen. I feel [Brown] will fill in perfectly. He’s [done] it all his life.”


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