The Ravens won’t have to worry about juggling their wide receiving corps for Sunday’s game against the Dallas Cowboys at M&T Bank Stadium.
Anquan Boldin, who appeared to injure his right knee in the third quarter of Sunday’s 9-6 win against the Kansas City Chiefs, was present and active at Wednesday’s practice at the team’s training facility in Owings Mills. Boldin, who led the offense in both catches (four) and yards (82) and did return to the contest, was joined by Torrey Smith, who had been listed on last week’s injury report as dealing with an ankle issue.
Offensive tackle Jah Reid, who was limited last week and has yet to play this season, also took part in Wednesday’s session.
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The portion of practice open to the media ended slightly early. So players like inside linebacker Ray Lewis, defensive tackle Haloti Ngata and running back Ray Rice had not yet made an appearance.
One notable absence was rookie running back Bernard Pierce. But it’s possible that he could have shown up for practice after the media had been ushered inside.