The Ravens finally got some good news on the injury front ahead of their big Week 4 game against the Cleveland Browns.
Left tackle Ronnie Stanley (knee), center Tyler Linderbaum (ankle), and safety Marcus Williams (pectoral) all returned to practice Wednesday. All three were limited participants after missing the past two games.
Running back Gus Edwards (concussion) also practiced fully and is not in the concussion protocol, Head Coach John Harbaugh said.
It would be a great time for Stanley and Linderbaum to be back in game action with the Browns' Myles Garrett (4.5 sacks) and Za'Darius Smith next up.
While that's very good news, the Ravens still have seven key players sidelined. Those who did not practice Wednesday are:
- CB Marlon Humphrey (foot)
- WR Odell Beckham Jr. (ankle)
- RB Justice Hill (foot)
- WR Rashod Bateman (hamstring)
- OLB Odafe Oweh (ankle)
- OLB David Ojabo (ankle)
- S Kyle Hamilton (back)
Newly signed outside linebacker Kyle Van Noy, who is wearing jersey No. 50, practiced for the first time as a member of the practice squad.