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Who's Practicing, Who's Not: Lamar Jackson, Marlon Humphrey Return to Practice 

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Lamar Jackson was back on the field for Thursday's Ravens practice after leaving early Wednesday due to a quad issue. He was a full participant.

That's good news for Jackson's availability for Sunday's game against the Denver Broncos. While Jackson has also dealt with a hip issue, he hasn't missed a game.

Ravens cornerback Marlon Humphrey (ankle) also returned to practice Thursday in limited capacity. Teammate Marcus Peters had a second straight rest day.

Left tackle Ronnie Stanley practiced again, including in team drills, as he looks to return from the ankle injury that kept him out last week. Rookie safety Kyle Hamilton (knee) was a limited participant for a second straight day.

Rookie tight end Isaiah Likely (ankle) is on the right track, as he was elevated to a full participant Thursday.

Offensive lineman Patrick Mekari returned from illness. Tight end Nick Boyle and offensive tackle Daniel Faalele are not back from illness, however, and guard Ben Cleveland was out sick.

Wide receiver Tylan Wallace (hamstring) left practice early and outside linebacker Del'Shawn Phillips (quad) didn't practice.

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