Kyle Hamilton is back on the field and practicing just three days after suffering a reported knee sprain.
His presence Wednesday is a good sign that he at least has a chance to play in Sunday's game in Jacksonville.
"I'm feeling good," Hamilton said after practice. "Still not sure [if I'll play], [it's] up in the air. Went out there today and felt pretty good."
Hamilton wore a brace on his left knee and went through individual drills with the rest of the team's defensive backs.
"I thought he moved pretty good. I was pretty happy to see it," Head Coach John Harbaugh said. "He wasn't a full participant. He was out there for most of the practice and did as much as he could. We'll see how he progresses as the week goes on."
"Whenever you have a knee injury, it's a little weird. I try to stay as positive as possible and lucky for me, it wasn't as bad as it could have been," Hamilton said.
Hamilton said the injury happened after tackling Rams receiver Puka Nacua on an under route. He said his knee "kind of bent in a weird way." It still felt "kind of weird" on the next possession, so he went to the locker room, taped it up, and came back into the game.
"I tweaked it again and the trainers were giving me advice to just sit it out and let the guys win the game, which they did," Hamilton said. "I was wrapping it up to go back in again after the second time coming out.
"Medically, I felt like the team trainers were monitoring it and letting me know of the risk of going back in. It wouldn't have been a smart decision if I did so. So they sat me down and I think it was the best decision."
Hamilton said getting enough reps this week will determine whether he's going to be able to play this week against the Jaguars. He indicated it's mostly getting enough mental reps at practice.
The Ravens had perfect attendance Wednesday, as all 53 players were on the field. That includes new quarterback Mailk Cunningham, who took the roster spot of wide receiver/returner Devin Duvernay (IR/back).
Baltimore now has four quarterbacks on the 53-man roster. There weren't enough offensive linemen to line up drills for all four quarterbacks, so Cunningham spectated and then rotated into drills with veteran Josh Johnson.
Cunningham was chatting with Lamar Jackson, a reunion of two Louisville teammates who overlapped for one season.