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Marlon Humphrey, Ronnie Stanley Return to Ravens Practice

From left: CB Marlon Humphrey, T Ronnie Stanley
From left: CB Marlon Humphrey, T Ronnie Stanley

Cornerback Marlon Humphrey and left tackle Ronnie Stanley returned to Ravens practice Wednesday, a positive sign that they could return to action Sunday against the Los Angeles Chargers.

Humphrey (calf) and Stanley (knee) both missed last week's game against the Bengals after going down four days prior against the Browns. Getting both would be a boon for the Ravens heading into a game against a very talented Chargers squad.

The Chargers have one of the most dangerous passing games in the league with rocket-armed quarterback Justin Herbert and wide receiver Keenan Allen, who has the fourth-most receiving yards (1,011) in the league. Los Angeles also has pass rusher Khalil Mack, who has the fourth-most sacks (11) in the league.

Three Ravens didn't practice: wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. (shoulder), cornerback Arthur Maulet (illness), and tight end Mark Andrews (ankle).

Beckham suffered a shoulder injury after taking a big hit from Bengals linebacker Logan Wilson at the end of a 51-yard catch Thursday night. On Monday, Harbaugh said, "it's not going to be a long-term shoulder thing."

Rashod Bateman Falls in Practice, Says He's OK

There was a little scare at practice Wednesday when wide receiver Rashod Bateman fell during individual drills and stayed down for a bit. Bateman spoke to reporters afterwards, however, and said it was no big deal.

"It was nothing. It was just something that guys coming off injuries deal with from time to time," he said. "I've been holding up strong all year. My foot is a little tired, so it let me rest it a little bit for the rest of practice so I can come back strong for tomorrow."

Bateman had foot surgery last year, then took some time off during summer practices when it was hurting some. He's been happy with the way his foot has held up over the course of the season and he reached the end zone for the first time this year last Thursday against the Bengals.

"My foot is actually really healthy. It's been hanging in there pretty well," he said. "The training staff have been doing a good job with me, the team as well. All is well. My phone is blowing up already, but all is well. My foot is fine. I'll be out there on the field on Sunday."

In addition to Bateman, wide receivers Zay Flowers (hip) and Devin Duvernay (knee) were limited Wednesday.

Chargers Officially Without Joey Bosa

The Chargers will be without one of their top pass rushers as Joey Bosa (foot) has been placed on injured reserve. Bosa has 6.5 sacks this season, second most on the team behind Mack.

Wide receiver Keenan Allen (shoulder) was limited in practice, along with tight end Gerald Everett (chest).

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