Free safety Ed Reed and outside linebacker Jarret Johnson were present, but it appeared to be a day of rest for the two veterans.
Wide receivers James Hardy (hamstring) and rookie Terrell Zachery (unspecified) and cornerbacks Marcus Paschal (unspecified) and rookie Chykie Brown (unspecified) did not practice.
Burgess eyes defense
The Ravens have are deep at linebacker, but Prescott Burgess is hoping to makes waves at that crowded position.
Burgess, 6 feet 3, 253 pounds, finished with three tackles and one of the defense's five sacks in the win against Kansas City. And when six defensive starters left the team's preseason opener, Burgess replaced Johnson at left outside linebacker.
"I led the team in tackles on special teams for two years in a row, but in the back of your mind, you're like, 'I want more,'" Burgess said recently. "I want more, especially on this great defense that the Baltimore Ravens have. But it will come in time. I'm just being patient and doing what I can do out there."
Cantwell doesn't feel underused
What was once supposed to be an open competition between Hunter Cantwell and rookie Tyrod Taylor for the backup quarterback job behind Joe Flacco appears to be an afterthought.
Through five quarters in two preseason contests, Taylor, the team's sixth-round pick in April, leads all three quarterbacks in passing attempts (39), completions (24), passing yards (267) and completion percentage (61.5). Over that span, Cantwell has completed just one of three passes for 38 yards in two series.
"I'm given the opportunities to play in practice, and I feel like I've taken advantage of those and I'm getting better every day," said Cantwell, a practice-squad player last season. "Ultimately, I'm just here to try and help this team be the best it can possibly be. So whether that's this training camp or the next 10 years of my career, I hope that's what I can accomplish. Whatever the coaching staff asks me to do, that's what I'm going to do. I don't feel underutilized at all."
Baltimore Sun reporter Ken Murray contributed to this article.