Ravens cornerback Lardarius Webb moves closer to playing Sunday

Ravens slot cornerback Lardarius Webb not only returned to Thursday’s practice after missing Wednesday’s session, but he also participated fully, suggesting that his thigh ailment will not prevent him from playing in Sunday’s game at the Oakland Raiders.

In addition to Webb, wide receiver Jeremy Maclin (hand) practiced fully for the second consecutive day.

Defensive back Anthony Levine Sr. (thigh) and rookie cornerback Jaylen Hill (hamstring) took part on a limited basis for the second straight day.

Tight ends Benjamin Watson (left calf) and Maxx Williams (left foot), cornerback Jimmy Smith (Achilles), and defensive tackle Brandon Williams (left foot) did not practice for the second consecutive day.

Oakland starting right guard Gabe Jackson (foot) did not practice for the second straight day, and starting cornerback David Amerson (concussion) was limited for the second day in a row.

But starting quarterback Derek Carr (fractured back) practiced on a limited basis after sitting out Wednesday’s session, and starting defensive end Mario Edwards Jr. (back) participated fully after being held out of Wednesday’s practice. Starting wide receivers Amari Cooper (knee) and Michael Crabtree (bruised lung) were upgraded from limited to full participation.

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