After missing the first two weeks of organized team activities, fullback Vonta Leach and defensive tackle Haloti Ngata are out on the field today, participating in the final session before next week's mandatory minicamp.
However, there is no sign of guard Marshal Yanda, linebacker Terrell Suggs or defensive end Chris Canty. None of the three have been participants during the OTA sessions open to reporters the past three weeks. Suggs and Yanda did both attend the Ravens' White House visit yesterday.
Veteran linebacker Daryl Smith, who the Ravens signed yesterday, also is not currently on the field. The other absences include guard Antoine McClain (foot surgery) linebackers Albert McClellan and Jameel McClain (spinal cord contusion), and defensive tackle Marcus Spears.
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Running back Bernard Pierce, cornerback Chris Johnson and safety James Ihedigbo, who weren't participating in last week's OTA session open to reporters, are back on the field, as is Lardarius Webb (torn ACL). Webb is participating on a limited basis.
Rookie linebacker Arthur Brown, who had sports hernia surgery after rookie minicamp in May, is also a limited participant in workouts. However, that's a positive for Ravens' officials who initially feared that Brown could be sidelined until training camp next month.
Wide receiver Marlon Brown (knee surgery), defensive end Kapron Lewis-Moore (knee surgery) and nose tackle Terrence Cody (hip surgery) are all present at the workout but not participating.