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Kelechi Osemele Misses Another Practice

The second-year offensive line is nursing a strained hamstring.

No. K.O. for Second Straight Day
No. K.O. for Second Straight Day

The Ravens are continuing to take a cautious approach with offensive lineman Kelechi Osemele.

Osemele is missing his second consecutive practice after being forced to leave Thursday's with a strained right hamstring. Osemele is penciled in to start at left guard this season, after moving there during Baltimore's Super Bowl championship run.

Right guard Marshal Yanda is not practicing, even though he's been cleared by the Ravens. The Ravens are also taking a cautious approach with Yanda as he is still expected to be ready by the season-opener against Denver.

Receiver LaQuan Williams, who injured his arm a day ago, is not practicing. However, the injury is not considered serious.

Rookie center/guard Ryan Jensen, who had to leave Friday's practice with a leg injury, was not spotted on the field Saturday.

Bryant McKinnie was practicing for the second consecutive day. He was unable to finish Friday's practice, as coach John Harbaugh said the heat was a little too much for his body to handle.

"He's carrying a little too much weight right now, so, with this heat out there right now, it made it tough for him to finish," Harbaugh said. "I know he's been working really hard to get some of the weight off, so he might be a little bit. He's not eating as much as he would normally, so he's going to have to tough it out. He's going to have to fight through that and get in the kind of shape we need him in and that he wants to be in."

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