OWINGS MILLS, Md. — On the same day the Ravens welcomed back four players to the practice field, eight others were absent as they continued preparations for a Week 7 trip to Arizona.
Cornerback Lardarius Webb (hamstring), defensive end Chris Canty (calf), rookie wide receiver Darren Waller (concussion), and tight end Dennis Pitta (hip) returned to practice on Wednesday. Canty has missed four straight games with a calf injury suffered in Week 2 while Webb and Waller missed Sunday’s loss to San Francisco after sustaining injuries in Week 5.
Running back Justin Forsett (ankle), guard Marshal Yanda (ankle), safeties Kendrick Lewis (knee) and Terrence Brooks (thumb), tight end Maxx Williams (ankle), defensive end Lawrence Guy, cornerback Asa Jackson, and wide receiver Breshad Perriman (knee) were all missing from Wednesday’s workout. Forsett and Yanda both played against the 49ers despite practicing just once last week with their respective ankle ailments.
With the Ravens playing the Cardinals on Monday night, the first injury report of the week will not be released until Thursday.
Lewis left Sunday’s game with a left knee injury and didn’t return, but head coach John Harbaugh said a magnetic resonance imaging exam did not reveal any serious damage.
“Nothing serious with Kendrick — a bone bruise — and that’s a very good sign,” Harbaugh said. “We’ll see where it goes throughout the course of the week. He was feeling pretty good today, but those things are hard to predict.”
With Lewis sidelined and Brooks already ruled out for Sunday’s game, third-year safety and special-teams standout Brynden Trawick played 21 defensive snaps against the 49ers, easily the most extensive action he’s seen on defense in his NFL career.
Harbaugh did not have an update on Brooks’ thumb, which the second-year safety injured against Cleveland in Week 5. Trawick could be in line to make his first career NFL start if Lewis and Brooks do not improve enough over the course of the week.
“Brynden played well on Sunday,” Harbaugh said. “He was in the right spot, tackled well. He played well and did a good job, which is what you’d expect. He’s practiced well all summer.”