Linebacker Albert McClellan works his way through a drill. (Doug Kapustin, Photo for The Baltimore Sun /July 31, 2014)
Ravens starting cornerback Corey Graham said he's almost fully recovered from a stomach virus that caused major nausea and sidelined him at practice Wednesday.
"It's coming along," Graham said. "It's nothing, just a stomach virus. I was throwing up all over the place. I feel 10 times better than I did."
Meanwhile, cornerback Chris Johnson, who was out for the Ravens' 16-13 win over the San Diego Chargers due to a strained hamstring, returned to practice on a limited basis Wednesday.
Johnson had a key forced fumble against the Pittsburgh Steelers in a 13-10 win and hopes to return this week against the Steelers for Sunday's game at M&T Bank Stadium.
"I'm ready to go," Johnson said. "I'm ready to get back out there and contibute to the team anyway I can. I've played them before, I'm used to their scheme. I feel a lot better. Last week, I felt good, but we didn't want to go towards that way. I'm ready to go now."
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