OWINGS MILLS, Md. — The Ravens conducted their first live-contact practice of the summer on Saturday with two key players still sidelined with ailments.
Wide receiver Breshad Perriman (knee bruise) and veteran linebacker Elvis Dumervil (tendinitis) were absent for the second straight day of practice. Head coach John Harbaugh reiterated Friday that he doesn’t expect the rookie wideout to miss much time, but he would not disclose where Dumervil’s tendinitis is located.
The Sun reported Saturday that Dumervil is dealing with a sore Achilles tendon.
Wide receiver Marlon Brown was missing from Saturday’s practice, but offensive coordinator Marc Trestman did not have information on his condition when asked after practice. Harbaugh was not available to reporters on Saturday.
With Perriman and Brown both sidelined, Kamar Aiken worked with the starting unit opposite veteran Steve Smith while Michael Campanaro received more opportunities as the No. 3 receiver.
Other players missing from the workout included linebacker Andrew Bose and the three players who remain on the physically unable to perform list: tight end Dennis Pitta (hip), safety Terrence Brooks (knee), and defensive tackle Casey Walker (knee).