Ravens got two more players back on the field Thursday, safety Kyle Hamilton (back) and running back Justice Hill (foot). Both were limited in practice, but it's a good sign for their status for Sunday's game in Cleveland.
Hamilton popped up on Wednesday's injury report with a back issue after leading the Ravens with three sacks in Sunday's Week 3 game against the Colts.
Hill missed last week's game after leading the Ravens in carries in their Week 2 win in Cincinnati. His return means the Ravens could have their top two backs (excluding J.K. Dobbins) in Cleveland, as Gus Edwards (concussion) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice.
The other positive injury development Thursday is that safety Marcus Williams (pectoral) was a full participant after being limited Wednesday in his first practice back since suffering a pectoral injury in Week 1. Williams opted not to have season-ending surgery and it now appears he may be on track to return just three weeks later.
Left tackle Ronnie Stanley (knee) and center Tyler Linderbaum (ankle) also both returned Wednesday and were again limited Thursday.
The Ravens are still without several key players at practice: wide receivers Odell Beckham Jr. (ankle) and Rashod Bateman (hamstring), outside linebackers Odafe Oweh (ankle) and David Ojabo (ankle), and cornerback Marlon Humphrey (foot).
In Cleveland injury news, quarterback Deshaun Watson was limited in practice for a second straight day as the Browns look to rest his throwing shoulder. According to Cleveland.com's Mary Kay Cabot, Watson did "some light throwing."