Ravens running back Justice Hill returned to practice Thursday after missing over a week with a hamstring injury.
Hill sat out practice last week and Sunday’s win over the Cincinnati Bengals after pulling up injured in the Ravens’ Week 4 loss to the Buffalo Bills. Coach John Harbaugh said the team “dodged a bullet” with Hill’s hamstring injury, which he said was not serious. Hill leads all Ravens running backs this season with 125 rushing yards and 6.6 yards per carry.
Left tackle Ronnie Stanley, who played 22 offensive snaps in his season debut Sunday, also was back Thursday. He missed Wednesday’s practice with an ankle/rest designation.
Three Ravens remain sidelined: wide receiver Rashod Bateman (foot), guard Ben Cleveland (foot) and outside linebacker Justin Houston (groin). Tight end Nick Boyle was also absent Thursday.
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