Three Ravens starters returned to practice Thursday, but a handful remained sidelined ahead of Sunday’s game against the Cleveland Browns.
Wide receiver Devin Duvernay (rest), right tackle Morgan Moses (heel) and defensive lineman Calais Campbell (foot) were back at practice after missing Wednesday’s session. Moses was carted off the field early in Sunday’s loss to the New York Giants, but later returned in uniform with a minor injury. Guard Ben Cleveland (foot) also returned for the first time in two weeks.
Still, four key Ravens contributors missed their second straight day of practice. A day after coach John Harbaugh said Mark Andrews’ absence Wednesday was rest-related, the tight end was not present for the open portion of Thursday’s practice. Andrews, who leads the team in receiving yards (455), has been designated with a knee injury.
Running back J.K. Dobbins, whose knee tightened up Sunday, was absent again. So were fullback Patrick Ricard (knee), who’s seventh on the offense in snaps, and cornerback Marcus Peters, who missed Wednesday’s session to rest.
Quarterback Lamar Jackson (hip) again arrived at practice about 20 minutes into the session, just before positional drills started. Harbaugh said after practice Wednesday that Jackson had been warming up before taking the field. He also said Jackson had a “full practice,” though he was officially listed as limited.