Lewis misses third straight practice

BEREA, Ohio -- Cleveland Browns running back Jamal Lewis is still nursing an injured hamstring, and will likely miss Sunday's game in Baltimore.

Lewis, who got hurt during last week's loss in Denver, missed his third straight practice on Friday and the Browns listed him as doubtful -- at least a 75 percent chance he won't play -- on their injury report.

If Lewis can't go against his former team, rookie James Davis and Jerome Harrison likely will split the carries against the NFL's top run defense.

Davis was impressive in preseason games but sustained a shoulder injury in the season opener against Minnesota and was inactive last week. Harrison missed the opener with a knee injury.

The durable Lewis has played in at least 15 games in each of the past four seasons.

The Browns also listed guards Floyd Womack (ankle) and Rex Hadnot (knee) as doubtful. Former center Hank Fraley replaced Womack last week and may start against the Ravens.