TAKE THAT KID: Undrafted free agent Justin Tucker has mostly gotten the better of incumbent Billy Cundiff in the kicking competition, but not Monday. Both were good from 29, 34, 41, 52 and 58 yards. But with the rest of the team getting into each kick, Cundiff converted from 61 yards while Tucker's attempt from the same distance sailed wide right. In fairness to Tucker, there was an issue with the snap that threw off his timing a little bit.
HIM AGAIN: With what he's done in the first two preseason games, it shouldn't be a surprise that two of the three interceptions in Monday's practice were made by rookie safety Omar Brown. The undrafted free agent out of Marshall — who has three fumble recoveries, an interception and an onside kick recovery this preseason — picked off Curtis Painter twice. Danny Gorrer had the other interception, prompting linebacker coach Ted Monachino to say, "Danny, you caught one. Way to go brother."
RAVENS GET PHYSICAL: Ravens offensive tackle
STANDOUT PERFORMER: With his hamstring issues seemingly behind him, second-year wide receiver Tandon Doss is starting to show up more and more in practice. Monday may have been his best session yet, as the 2011 fourth-round pick caught four passes in 11-on-11 drills. Doss is battling LaQuan Williams and rookies Deonte Thompson and
NEWCOMER WATCH: It's been a quiet camp for former Slippery Rock standout Devin Goda, who has missed extended practice time with injuries. However, the undrafted rookie free agent wide receiver made the catch of the day, elevating over two defenders — cornerback Corey Graham and safety Emanuel Cook — to haul in a pass from Painter.
INJURIES: Defensive end Pernell McPhee missed a second consecutive practice as he remains away from the team to deal with a death in his family. Seven other Ravens continued to be sidelined with injuries. That list includes wide receiver David Reed (knee), tight ends