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Still no sign of Dawson

By Marla Ridenour Published: October 1, 2009

Browns kicker Phil Dawson missed practice for the second consecutive day. Dawson was inactive Sunday at Baltimore with a strained right calf, first appearing on the injury report on the Friday before the Ravens' game, and did not practice Wednesday.

It was the fifth game missed by Dawson in his Browns' career, which began in 1999.

Running back Jamal Lewis, who suffered a hamstring injury at Denver and was inactive for Baltimore, also sat out again. He was dressed for practice, but rode the exercise bike and worked with the trainers. Joining him with the trainers was defensive end Corey Williams (knee), who was limited Wednesday.

Right guard Floyd Womack (ankle) also remained sidelined. Defensive lineman Kenyon Coleman (groin) was added to the report as limited, while running back James Davis (shoulder) and linebacker Kamerion Wimbley (shoulder) participated fully. Wimbley was limited Wednesday.

For the Bengals, linebacker Rey Maualuga (knee), running back Cedric Benson (knee), linebacker Abdul Hodge (knee) and safety Chinedum Ndukwe (hamstring) returned to practice fully after sitting out Wednesday.

Missing were defensive tackle Tank Johnson (foot), cornerback Johnathan Joseph (foot), defensive tackle Domata Peko (neck) and strong safety Roy Williams (forearm). Williams and Peko were new additions.

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