The Ravens upgraded veteran safety Sean Considine to full participation on their second injury report of the week heading into Monday night's season opener against the Cincinnati Bengals.
Considine was limited in practice Thursday as he continues to recover from a pair of concussions sustained during the preseason.
He was no longer wearing a red jersey signifying he's off-limits to contact, but it was a light workout Friday in shorts and helmets.
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Considine said previously that he expects to play and was waiting to take a baseline neurological test.
Meanwhile, rookie cornerback Asa Jackson didn't practice due to an illness. Offensive tackle Jah Reid (strained right calf) didn't practice. Rookie outside linebacker Courtney Upshaw (strained right shoulder) participated fully.
Meanwhile, the Bengals upgraded cornerback Jason Allen (quadriceps) to limited after he didn't practice Thursday. Defensive end Carlos Dunlap (knee) and running back Bernard Scott (hand) didn't practice and aren't projected to play. Tight end Donald Lee (thigh) was limited.
Quarterback Andy Dalton (right biceps), defensive end Robert Geathers (knee), tight end Jermaine Gresham (knee) and linebacker Dan Skuta (head) participated fully for the second day in a row.