Tyler Huntley returned to full practice Wednesday, a sign that he should be good to go against the Cleveland Browns Saturday.
Huntley continues to move through the concussion protocol, as he went from being a limited participant in Tuesday's walk-through practice to throwing passes and full participation Wednesday.
"I'm not a doctor – I only play one on TV – but 'Snoop' [Huntley] seems really good to me," Offensive Coordinator Greg Roman said. "He seemed great after the game, and once he clears that protocol, I think [we'll be] all systems go."
Lamar Jackson was sidelined for the fifth straight practice following his knee injury on Dec. 4 against the Denver Broncos.
The Ravens' only other practice absences Wednesday at the portion open to media are defensive tackle Calais Campbell, outside linebacker Justin Houston, and cornerback Marcus Peters, who all often get veteran days off.
Wide receiver Demarcus Robinson returned from an illness to practice fully Wednesday.
Right guard Kevin Zeitler (knee), punter Jordan Stout (right knee) and Morgan Moses (knee) were all limited for a second straight day. Special Teams Coordinator Chris Horton said there is no concern about Stout.