Quarterback Lamar Jackson and cornerback Marcus Peters are back on the field Monday after missing the Ravens' two weekend practices.
Head Coach John Harbaugh said Sunday that both had "soft-tissue things" that were minor.
"We'd just rather be safe with those guys right now and give those things a chance to get better and be right," he said.
The MVP seemed to be moving around just fine Monday morning on the field. He's gotten off to a hot start in training camp, dropping consistent deep passes to his wide receivers and showing off his dynamic speed and elusiveness as a runner.
Running back Justice Hill, who is also dealing with a soft-tissue ailment, is not back on the field. Other Ravens not practicing are defensive end Calais Campbell, wide receiver Chris Moore (finger), tight end Eli Wolf, running back/returner Kenjon Barner and cornerback Josh Nurse. Wolf could be back on the field soon.
"I'm hopeful to see him back in the next couple of days, but I haven't gotten word of that yet," Head Coach John Harbaugh said.