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Who's Practicing, Who's Not vs. Indianapolis Colts


The Ravens had only four players on their injury report Tuesday as they held a walk-through to begin their preparations for the Indianapolis Colts.

Baltimore's biggest uncertainty is the status of starting wide receiver Jeremy Maclin, who had to leave Sunday's game early after suffering a knee injury. The official injury report was an estimation since the Ravens didn't hold a full practice, but Maclin was listed as a non-participant.

The 29-year-old receiver was injured making a tough catch on the game's opening series. He briefly returned to action before getting ruled out for the rest of the game.

While Maclin was out Tuesday, the good news is that defensive tackle Carl Davis (shoulder) was a limited participant. He also suffered his injury Sunday and did not return.

Head Coach John Harbaugh said Monday that both of them have a chance to play this week.

"Both of those guys will do everything they can to get back this week – varying degrees of likelihood," Harbaugh said. "You never know. It could be this week with both of those guys or either one of those guys."

The only other Ravens on the injury report were cornerback Maurice Canady (knee) and defensive back Anthony Levine (thigh), who were both limited participants.

Colts Are More Banged up

The Colts have dealt with their share of injuries this year – franchise quarter Andrew Luck has missed the entire season with an arm injury – and they have a handful of injuries coming into this week's game.

Wide receiver Donte Moncief (ankle), guard Denzelle Good (knee) and tight end Brandon Williams (concussion) all didn't practice.

Cornerback Rashaan Melvin (hand), a former Raven, was a limited participant.

"He is day-to-day," Colts Head Coach Chuck Pagano said. "He is progressing well. We would love to get him back out there, but it is just kind of a wait and see how the week goes and if he is able to get back out."

The full participants for Indianapolis were tight end Darrell Daniels (hamstring), cornerback Nate Hairston (concussion) and linebacker Jeremiah George (neck).

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