Ravens TE Mark Andrews, RB Gus Edwards miss practice Thursday; CBs Marlon Humprey, Marcus Peters limited – The Denver Post


Ravens tight end Mark Andrews, who left last Thursday’s game early with a shoulder injury, was among six players who missed practice Thursday afternoon.

Running back Gus Edwards (hamstring), left tackle Ronnie Stanley (rest), defensive lineman Calais Campbell (rest), outside linebacker Justin Houston (rest) and wide receiver Rashod Bateman (foot) also did not practice.

Starting cornerbacks Marcus Peters (quad/knee) and Marlon Humphrey (hamstring) were limited participants while outside linebackers Tyus Bowser and David Ojabo practiced fully after returning from torn Achilles tendons. Inside linebacker Josh Bynes (quad) also practiced fully after missing Thursday’s game.

Andrews was limited to just 10 snaps in the Ravens’ 27-22 victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Tampa, Florida, before leaving in the second quarter, but coach John Harbaugh said Monday that it’s “not a major, major thing.”

Bateman, who missed the Ravens’ games in Week 5 and Week 6 with a foot sprain and was limited to 13 offensive snaps in last Thursday’s win, will have season-ending surgery on a Lisfranc injury.

Edwards suffered a hamstring injury in the fourth quarter in Tampa, but Harbaugh said the veteran running back has a chance to play against the Saints in New Orleans on “Monday Night Football.”

For the Saints, coach Dennis Allen told reporters Thursday that wide receiver Michael Thomas has been placed on injured reserve and will likely miss the rest of the season due to a toe injury.

Star cornerback Marshon Lattimore (abdomen) and former Ravens running back Mark Ingram (knee) did not practice. Wide receiver Jarvis Landry (ankle), center Erik McCoy (shoulder), defensive tackle David Onyemata (thigh), right tackle Ryan Ramczyck (rest/knee) and tight end Adam Trautman (ankle) were limited participants.

This story will be updated.



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