The Ravens are getting healthier ahead of their Week 13 game against the Broncos, as left tackle Ronnie Stanley (ankle), safety Kyle Hamilton (knee) and tight end Isaiah Likely (ankle) all returned to the practice field Wednesday in a limited capacity.
All three missed last week's loss in Jacksonville, but practicing Wednesday puts them on track to possibly play Sunday against the Denver Broncos at M&T Bank Stadium.
Hamilton spoke with reporters and said he feels fortunate his knee injury wasn't more serious than it was.
"Hopefully, it'll be 100% this week," Hamilton said. "I'm just blessed to be in the position I'm in."
Running back J.K. Dobbins (knee) was also back on the practice field for the first time since undergoing another clean-up surgery. His 21-day practice window is open after coming off injured reserve.
In other encouraging news, safety Marcus Williams is now catching passes in individual drills, which is a step forward from last week and an indication that the ballhawk is getting closer to game action.
"He has kind of a plastic cast on his wrist," Head Coach John Harbaugh said. "He has another week where he can't do any kind of physical contact with it, but he can run. He was in various parts of the practice that he was allowed to be in, so it's good to see him back out there."
One player not on the field, however, is cornerback Marlon Humphrey, who suffered an ankle injury in the Jacksonville loss but returned to the game.
Offensive linemen Patrick Mekari and Daniel Faalele, and tight end Nick Boyle, all missed Wednesday's practice due to illness.
Quarterback Lamar Jackson was limited by a quad injury, which is the first time he's been listed with that issue.