The Ravens got three potentially key players back to practice in the team's final full workout before Sunday's game against the Miami Dolphins.
Starting wide receiver Marlon Brown (hamstring), wide receiver/kick returner Deonte Thompson (concussion) and starting cornerback Lardarius Webb (hamstring) all were practicing for the first time this week. That bodes well for their availability on Sunday.
Pro Bowl returner Jacoby Jones (knee) also was practicing for the third straight day. He's missed the past three games.
Wide receiver Brandon Stokley (groin), center Ryan Jensen (foot), linebacker Albert McClellan (shoulder), nose tackle Terrence Cody (knee) and defensive end Marcus Spears (knee) were not participating in the early portion of practice.
Jensen, McClellan and Cody are not expected to play Sunday. Stokley, who was inactive last week, had practiced on a limited basis the past couple of days. It's unclear if he had a setback during yesterday's practice. Spears was present at the start of yesterday's practice, but he limped off the field early in the session.
The final injury report for the Ravens-Dolphins game comes out later this afternoon.
Tight end Dennis Pitta, who is on injured reserve with a designation to return, was on the field for the early portion of today's practice, catching balls from the JUGS machine. He has to miss at least the first eight games but it's an encouraging sign that he's at least on the field.