Six offensive linemen remain sidelined for Ravens


OWINGS MILLS, Md. — Moving closer to the all-important third preseason game of the summer against the Washington Redskins, the Ravens continued to be banged up along the offensive line with six players missing.
The left side of the starting offensive line is ailing as tackle Eugene Monroe and guard Kelechi Osemele were not present during the portion of practice open to media. Osemele has dealt with an Achilles tendon issue that has forced him in and out of practices and games at different times over the last three weeks. Meanwhile, Monroe appeared to injure his arm in Saturday’s preseason loss to Philadelphia.
Baltimore was also without reserve offensive linemen James Hurst (concussion), De’Ondre Wesley (knee), Darryl Baldwin, and Blaine Clausell during Tuesday’s workout.
The secondary was missing two of its top four cornerbacks as Lardarius Webb (hamstring) and Rashaan Melvin (undisclosed) were not practicing. Melvin appeared to injure himself during the special-teams portion of Monday’s session, but head coach John Harbaugh wasn’t aware of any injury when asked about him at the end of the workout.
Wide receivers Breshad Perriman (knee) and Michael Campanaro (soft tissue injury), running back Lorenzo Taliaferro (knee), cornerback Tramain Jacobs (undisclosed), and linebacker Steven Means (groin) were also missing from Tuesday’s practice.
Defensive lineman Kapron Lewis-Moore (undisclosed) returned to practice after missing Saturday’s preseason game.