Calais Campbell, Brandon Williams remain out of practice

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The Ravens remained down a couple of defensive linemen at Thursday’s practice.

Calais Campbell and Brandon Williams did not take part in practice for the second straight days. Campbell did not play against the Patriots last Sunday night because of a calf injury and Williams left that loss with an ankle injury.

Ravens head coach John Harbaugh suggested Williams could miss this weekend’s game against the Titans earlier this week. He called Campbell day-to-day, but the back-to-back absences wouldn’t seem to bode well for his return.

Reporters at the open session of practice also noted that linebacker Pernell McPhee, running back Mark Ingram, and quarterback Trace McSorley were not practicing. McPhee and Ingram were not on Wednesday’s injury report and are believed to be getting rest days.

2 responses to “Calais Campbell, Brandon Williams remain out of practice

  1. Just more excuses waiting to justify the Ravens poor play and fleeting playoff chances. Of course, it all starts with their offense, and the captain of that ship who nobody will actually acknowledge as being the huge problem.
    The Ravens fans were so intolerable last year and arrogant during their regular season, meaningless romp. All the things we pointed out last year as serious concerns are now here front and center for everyone to see. Mostly related to the QB position.
    Being only above the lowly Jets in passing offense says it all.
    This is a sinking ship, and I don’t look forward to the stream of excuses and nonsense that they will continue to scream.
    The reality is simple: you can’t win playoff games, let alone a SB, with a running QB who can’t throw. Period. The NFL has been down that road for 30 years. It doesn’t work.

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