Pittsburgh Steelers starting center Maurkice Pouncey was limited in Wednesday's practice with a hamstring injury. Pouncey, who made the Pro Bowl last season as a rookie, has been bothered by a left ankle injury for weeks.
As expected, defensive end Brett Keisel (knee) did not practice. Three other starters didn't practice -- linebacker James Farrior, defensive end Aaron Smith and wide receiver Hines Ward -- but it's not injury related.
Starting left guard Chris Kemoeatu and cornerback Bryant McFadden, who were both scratched from last Sunday's game, had full practices and weren't listed on the injury report.
CLEVELAND BROWNS: Right tackle Tony Pashos, who has been sidelined the past two games with an ankle injury, returned to practice with limited participation. Wide receiver Mohamed Massaquoi (ankle) was also limited. Linebacker Titus Brown (ankle) and safety Eric Hagg (knee) did not practice.
BALTIMORE RAVENS: Five starters -- center Matt Birk, nose tackle Terrence Cody, wide receiver Lee Evans, guard Ben Grubbs and defensive end Cory Redding -- didn't practice along with wide receiver David Reed and cornerback Jimmy Smith. Only Reed and Smith have been ruled out so far for Sunday's game at St. Louis. Chris Carr, a starting cornerback last year who didn't play last week, returned to practice on a limited basis.