Ravens coach John Harbaugh is being elusive about what exactly he'll do differently when his team plays its first preseason home game at M&T Bank Stadium on Friday.
He did suggest starters likely would get more playing time, but he wouldn't specify which ones.
Left tackle Bryant McKinnie, who has been listed as No. 1 on the depth chart since Aug. 11 and didn't start in the opener vs. the Falcons last week, practiced with the second team on Wednesday.
Michael Oher played with the first team at left tackle, Bobbie Williams was at left guard, Matt Birk at center, Marshal Yanda at right guard and rookie Kelechi Osemele filled Oher's usual spot at right tackle.
"We will play it by ear right now. It could be as much as a half (but) it might not be," Harbaugh said. "It will be more individual. There will be some guys staying longer than other guys."
In the preseason, coaches emphasize progress over final scores. But Harbaugh became testy when asked what he wanted to see the Ravens do better this week. They beat the Falcons 31-17, but the first unit didn't perform well as they trailed by 10 points at halftime.