Ravens starting wide receiver Torrey Smith isn't practicing today at Stevenson University.
No immediate reason was disclosed, but Smith did have his left calf wrapped during practice Saturday at the Ravens' training complex.
UPDATE: After practice, Harbaugh said Smith was given the day off and will return to practice Monday.
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"Torrey, just giving him a rest," Harbaugh said of Smith, a former University of Maryland standout. "We just backed him off."
For the second consecutive day, strong-side linebacker Elvis Dumervil isn't practicing with what Harbaugh has described as a minor groin injury.
"It's not a big deal," Harbaugh said Saturday.
Several players remain sidelined with injuries, including tight ends Dennis Pitta (right hip surgery), and Ed Dickson (torn right hamstring), wide receiver Deonte Thompson (sprained left foot), center Ryan Jensen (foot surgery), defensive linemen Kapron Lewis-Moore (right anterior cruciate ligament) and Marcus Spears (hamstring), and running back Anthony Allen (undisclosed).
Both Smith and Allen practiced Saturday.
Cornerback Chris Johnson (migraines) and undrafted rookie wide receiver Marlon Brown (knee) practiced for the second consecutive day after being sidelined last week.
Rush linebacker Adrian Hamilton is practicing again today after undergoing X-rays and magnetic resonance imaging exams on his injured right wrist.