Ravens tight end Mark Andrews did not practice for a second straight day heading into Sunday's game against the Cleveland Browns.
Andrews was listed with a knee injury Wednesday and was not seen at the early portion of practice open to media Thursday. Head Coach John Harbaugh said Wednesday that Andrews had a rest day.
Andrews leads the Ravens in receptions (39), receiving yards (455) and touchdown catches (5). He's tied with Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce for the ninth-most receiving yards in the league.
Ravens running back J.K. Dobbins also did not practice for a second straight day after his knee tightened up at MetLife Stadium, leaving him sidelined for the second half. Running back Justice Hill (hamstring) has been a full participant both days, however, and seems on track to make his return after a two-game absence.
Cornerback Marcus Peters (rest) and fullback Patrick Ricard (knee) also did not practice again Thursday. Peters is still dealing with the quad injury that limited him before the Week 5 game against the Bengals.
Right tackle Morgan Moses (heel) is back on the field after being knocked out of the Giants game and not practicing Wednesday. Moses hasn't missed a game over the past seven years. The Ravens also got reserve guard Ben Cleveland (foot) back on the field for the first time in weeks.
Wide receiver Devin Duvernay and defensive tackle Calais Campbell returned from rest days. Wide receiver Rashod Bateman (foot) and outside linebacker Justin Houston (groin) were limited for second straight days.