Lamar Jackson is still not on the field, but there was still good news at Ravens practice Thursday.
Tyler Huntley is back to throwing passes after not throwing all last week or Wednesday as he deals with tendonitis in his throwing shoulder and a wrist injury. Huntley was still a limited practice participant.
"He'll throw as much as he's ready to throw from one day to the next," said Head Coach John Harbaugh on Wednesday, adding that Huntley is "on schedule."
Running back Gus Edwards (concussion) is back on the field after missing Wednesday's practice. He was wearing a red non-contact jersey and was limited. If Edwards is cleared to play for Sunday's game, that would give the Ravens their dangerous 1-2 punch out of the backfield, which could get a heavy workload.
Those not practicing are Jackson, cornerback Brandon Stephens (illness), long snapper Nick Moore (illness) and offensive lineman Trystan Colon (illness). Wide receiver Tylan Wallace (hamstring) was limited.
Ravens who took a rest day Wednesday – guard Ben Powers, left tackle Ronnie Stanley, outside linebacker Jason Pierre-Paul, outside linebacker Justin Houston, and defensive end Calais Campbell – are participating Thursday.