The status of running back Mark Ingram II is the biggest health concern for the Ravens heading into Saturday night's divisional playoff game against the Tennessee Titans.
Ingram (calf) practiced Thursday for the first time this week, but it was on a limited basis and he is listed as questionable.
Pro Bowl tight end Mark Andrews (ankle) is also questionable after practicing on a limited basis Thursday for the third straight day. Andrews has only missed one game in his two seasons with the Ravens, and that was Week 17 against the Pittsburgh Steelers when many starters didn't play after the Ravens had already clinched the No. 1 seed.
Linebacker Jayon Brown is Out for Titans
Tennessee will be without a key member of its defense, with inside linebacker Jayon Brown (shoulder) ruled out for Saturday's game.
Brown was Tennessee's third leading tackler (105 tackles) this season and has drawn particularly good Pro Football Focus grades for his pass coverage. He suffered his injury during last weekend's playoff victory over the New England Patriots.
Wide receiver Adam Humphries (foot) has also been ruled out for Tennessee. Humphries caught 37 passes for 374 yards and two touchdowns during the regular season, but has not played since Dec. 1.
Wide receiver Cody Hollister (ankle), listed as questionable, was the only other player on Tennessee's final injury report.
Starting cornerback Adoree Jackson (foot) returned to practice with full participation Thursday after sitting out the previous two days. Former Ravens pass rusher Kamalei Correa, who had five sacks this season, returned to practice after missing because of an illness on Wednesday.