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Ravens rush linebacker Terrell Suggs during mandatory minicamp.
Ravens rush linebacker Terrell Suggs during mandatory minicamp. (Karl Merton Ferron / Baltimore Sun)

Ravens outside linebackers Terrell Suggs and Elvis Dumervil lined up at their bookend pass-rushing spots on Tuesday for the first time this offseason.

As the Ravens began a three-day mandatory minicamp, Suggs and Dumervil rejoined their teammates after skipping the voluntary portion of the offseason.

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Suggs and Dumervil weren't the only established players making their first appearance of the offseason. After being absent for three organized team activities, cornerback Lardarius Webb, defensive end Chris Canty, offensive tackle Eugene Monroe and Pro Bowl right guard Marshal Yanda reported for the minicamp at the Ravens' training complex.

Offensive tackle Rick Wagner (Lisfranc foot sprain) and center Jeremy Zuttah (hip surgery) remain sidelined as they rehabilitate from injuries, as do wide receivers Michael Campanaro (strained quadriceps) and Aldrick Robinson (sprained medial collateral ligament).

Webb, rookie wide receiver DeAndre Carter and cornerback Asa Jackson took turns catching punts during the special teams portion of practice.

The Ravens are auditioning candidates to replace former Pro Bowl kick returner Jacoby Jones, who was cut this offseason and signed with the San Diego Chargers.

Rookie offensive guard Robert Myers, a fifth-round NFL draft pick, wasn't on the field. Myers is dealing with a shoulder injury that affected him last week.

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