Report: A.J. Green doesn't practice

Two key players in Sunday's Cincinnati Bengals-Baltimore Ravens game -- Ravens inside linebacker Ray Lewis and Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green -- missed a second straight day of practice Thursday.

Lewis (foot) did not practice during the media viewing portion of practice, according to The Baltimore Sun. The Ravens haven't ruled out their leading tackler, and Lewis has missed practices in the past and still played that Sunday. He hasn't been sidelined since 2007, playing in 57 straight games.

Green didn't practice for a second straight day due to a hyperextended right knee, according to The Cincinnati Enquirer. The paper reported that Green was in a gray hoodie for the first 20 minutes of practice before heading inside with one of the trainers.

Green said Wednesday that he is a game-time decision for Sunday's pivotal AFC North game at Baltimore. He leads the Bengals in catches (41), receiving yards (635) and receiving touchdowns (six). If Green can't play, Andre Caldwell would make his second start of the season.

Jamison Hensley is the AFC North blogger for ESPN.com.