The Ravens' collective health has improved significantly since the bye week.
Every player on the roster with the exception of offensive tackle Michael Oher practiced today, which wasn't the case last week during a few practices prior to getting the remainder of the week and Sunday off.
Oher was present and dressed out during the portion of practice open to reporters, but wasn't listed as practicing due to an ankle injury. He sprained his ankle in the season-opener, but hasn't missed any games.
Running back Bernard Pierce returned to practice from a strained hamstring. He participated fully.
"I'm feeling great, I'm ready to go," Pierce said. "It was a time to rest the body and help it recover a lot faster. The coaches tried to give me the most amount of time possible to recover to make sure I was the closest to 100 percent for the upcoming weeks and the rest of the season. They took care of me. I did everything with the team on Monday. I'm good."
Also returning to practice after missing time recently: linebackers Josh Bynes (finger surgery, leg) and Albert McClellan (sprained right shoulder), offensive guard Kelechi Osemele (back, knee) and wide receiver Brandon Stokley (groin). McClellan is no longer listed on the injury report.
Bynes, Osemele and Stokley were all limited.
Nose tackle Terrence Cody (sprained left knee) and center Ryan Jensen (foot surgery) participated fully.
For the Cleveland Browns, linebacker Quentin Groves (ankle) and defensive lineman Billy Winn (quadriceps) were limited.
Former Ravens running back Willis McGahee (knee), running back Chris Ogbonnaya (ribs), defensive back Chris Owens (finger) and outside linebacker Jabaal Sheard (wrist) participated fully.
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