With free safety Ed Reed, wide receiver Jacoby Jones and left guard Bobbie Williams all returning to the practice field on Wednesday, the Ravens appear to be the healthiest they have been since the start of training camp.
Reed was given a day of rest on Tuesday and Jones and Williams hadn't practiced since Sunday evening.
Meanwhile, wide receiver Torrey Smith sat out a second consecutive day of practice with a sprained ankle. His status is in question for Friday night's preseason game against the Detroit Lions at M&T Bank Stadium.
The full list of non-participants includes wide receivers David Reed and Devin Goda; tight ends Ed Dickson and Dennis Pitta; linebackers Josh Bynes, Terrell Suggs and Darryl Blackstock; and defensive tackle Ryan McBean.
Oh, and one more man returned to the practice field Wednesday: former Ravens head coach Brian Billick, who attended practice with play-by-play partner Thom Brennaman in advance of Friday night's telecast on FOX.
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