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Ravens Tackles Morgan Moses, Patrick Mekari Return to Practice

From left: T Morgan Moses, OL Patrick Mekari

Ravens offensive tackles Morgan Moses and Patrick Mekari practiced Wednesday at the Tottenham practice facility, a good sign for Baltimore's chances of getting two top tackles back on the field for Sunday's game against the Tennessee Titans.

Both were limited participants Wednesday, joining cornerback Marlon Humphrey (foot) and wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. (ankle) as limited.

Outside linebackers Jadeveon Clowney and Odafe Oweh (ankle) and safety Geno Stone didn't practice Wednesday. Head Coach John Harbaugh said Clowney will play Sunday and is just ill.

Moses missed last week's game in Pittsburgh because of a shoulder injury, ending his streak of 134 straight games played dating back to his rookie season. It was a big loss considering his backup, Mekari, was up against one of the NFL's top pass rushers in T.J. Watt.

Then Mekari went down with a chest injury midway through the 17-10 loss, sending second-year offensive lineman Daniel Faalele into action. Mekari is shaking off the chest injury, as well as an illness, this week.

The Titans' primary pass rushers are outside linebacker Arden Key (2.5 sacks), defensive end Denico Autry (4.0 sacks) and defensive tackle Jeffery Simmons (2.5 sacks).

Beckham, who returned to action in Week 5 after missing two games with an ankle injury, is also expected to play Sunday.

"He's feeling it just a little bit, it's a soft tissue type of a situation but he should be fine," Harbaugh said.

Harbaugh was also asked about the health of safety Marcus Williams, who played his first game back from his pectoral injury, which he decided not to have surgery on.

"It's not easy and I think it's only going to get better," Harbaugh said. "But he was good. It was solid, it's sound. I think he'll get more comfortable with it as we go along."

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