Several offensive standouts still sidelined as Ravens return to practice

August 23, 2017 | Luke Jones

OWINGS MILLS, Md. — Counting down to what’s labeled the dress rehearsal before the start of the regular season, the Ravens continue to be without several notable offensive players at practice.

Starting left tackle Ronnie Stanley and veteran running back Danny Woodhead remained absent during Wednesday’s workout despite Baltimore having not practiced the previous two days. Stanley hasn’t been on the practice field since Aug. 12 due to unspecified ailments while Woodhead was banged up in the Miami game, making both unlikely to play against Buffalo in the all-important third preseason game on Saturday.

Other players not practicing Wednesday included quarterback Joe Flacco (back), wide receiver Breshad Perriman (hamstring), cornerbacks Marlon Humphrey (“soft tissue” injury) and Brandon Boykin (undisclosed), offensive tackle Stephane Nembot (undisclosed), linebacker Donald Payne (undisclosed), and defensive back Maurice Canady (knee).

In better news for the Ravens, outside linebacker Tim Williams, wide receiver Quincy Adeboyejo, and cornerback Robertson Daniel all returned to the field after missing recent time.

Retired linebacker Zachary Orr was a visitor at practice, sitting with general manager Ozzie Newsome for an extended period of time and receiving enthusiastic hugs from his former teammates and coaches. Head coach John Harbaugh said last week that Orr would have a chance to become a coach or a scout with the organization if he would be interested.