For the first time since the training program opened, Willis McGahee was not donning a red jersey that signified his limited status due to injury.
As he works back into playing shape during his rehab from offseason arthroscopic knee surgery. McGahee worked primarily with the second unit with Ray Rice taking most of the first-team snaps.
On the plays in which he did participate, McGahee seemed to show good burst as he cut upfield.
Ravens head coach John Harbaugh was unclear on McGahee's status, however.
"I don't know," he said when asked how the former Pro Bowler was progressing. "I have no idea where he's at. It's the first time he's been here in a week and half, so I can't gauge it."
McGahee was not available for comment after practice.
In addition, it was revealed that wide receiver Yamon Figurs recently separated bones in his foot. Figurs was in line to compete for the Ravens' top return specialist spot and to bolster the receiving corps.
Harbaugh said he expects Figurs to be "100 percent by the start of training camp."
Meanwhile, the "Over 30 Club" was essentially given the week off after Baltimore saw a near full turnout at each of their previous voluntary minicamps.
The 30-plus veterans that were absent included wide receivers Derrick Mason and Kelley Washington; center Matt Birk; defensive backs Ed Reed, Samari Rolle; linebackers Ray Lewis and Brendon Ayanbadejo; and defensive tackles Kelly Gregg*and Trevor Pryce*.
"Some of those guys showed up anyway and worked out yesterday, and some other guys will be here tomorrow, including Matt Birk, [but] he wasn't here today," Harbaugh said. "But, we really didn't want those guys here. We wanted the younger guys here working on the opportunity to expand what they do, get more reps, play some different positions, and that's what we've gotten."