For the second consecutive day, Pro Bowl defensive tackle Haloti Ngata was a limited participant at a mandatory minicamp.
Ngata is working his way back into shape from a sprained left knee suffered during the Super Bowl. Ngata is primarily concentrating on conditioning and range of motion at this stage of the offseason and only began running a few weeks ago.
Ngata's goal is to strengthen the knee and get in playing shape by training camp, which is set to begin July 21 when rookies, quarterbacks and selected veterans are scheduled to report.
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Meanwhile, safety Omar Brown isn't at practice after not finishing Tuesday's practice due to an undisclosed injury.
Several players are practicing on a limited basis, including cornerback Lardarius Webb (ACL), linebackers Arthur Brown (sports hernia surgery), Jameel McClain (spinal cord contusion) and Albert McClellan (shoulder surgery) and wide receiver Marlon Brown (ACL).
Brown is extremely limited, but this marks the first time that he's been doing any activity on the field this spring.
Not practicing: offensive guard Marshal Yanda (shoulder surgery), nose guard Terrence Cody (hip surgery), defensive lineman Kapron Lewis-Moore (ACL) and offensive lineman Antoine McClain (foot surgery)