Under a snowfall, the Ravens held practice Tuesday without their starting running back.
Mark Ingram II (calf) was not at practice, still recovering from the injury he suffered Week 16 against the Cleveland Browns. Ingram said last week that he hoped to be ready for the divisional round and Head Coach John Harbaugh said he expected Ingram to be full speed this week.
On Tuesday, Harbaugh said he would not be providing an update on Ingram's status.
"We're not talking about injuries this week," Harbaugh said. "We'll just wait and see. You'll know on [Saturday] on all those guys."
If Ingram cannot play or is less than 100 percent, the running workload would fall to Gus Edwards and rookie Justice Hill. Edwards was terrific against the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 17, rushing for a career-high 130 yards on 21 carries.
"I feel great. I'm trying to make sure I'm ready," Edwards said. "I don't know what to expect yet. I think [Ingram] is taking it day-by-day, but I'm making sure I'm ready."
Ingram had an outstanding regular season, rushing for 1,018 yards and 10 touchdowns while averaging five yards per carry. He also caught 26 passes for 247 yards and five touchdowns, having one of his finest all-around seasons at age 30. The Ravens will hope Ingram feels well enough to play.
Backup offensive lineman Parker Ehinger (shoulder) also missed practice, while cornerback Jimmy Smith and safety Earl Thomas III missed practice for non-injury reasons.
Tight end Mark Andrews (ankle) was a limited participant.
Four Starters Miss Titans Practice
Tennessee was without four starters at Tuesday's practice – inside linebacker Jaylon Brown (shoulder), offensive guard Nate Davis (illness), wide receiver Adam Humphries (ankle) and cornerback Adoree' Jackson (foot).
Wide receiver Cody Hollister (ankle) and running back Dion Lewis (shoulder) were limited, while wide receiver Kalif Raymond was a full participant.