The Ravens are hoping to get two of their veteran offensive linemen back on the field for Sunday's game against the Cincinnati Bengals.
Left tackle Eugene Monroe and left guard Kelechi Osemele returned to practice Wednesday. However, it was unclear how much progress they've made since last week, when they practiced early in the week and then were held out of practice at the end of the week and scratched for Sunday's win over the Atlanta Falcons.
Both Monroe and Osemele took part in drills at the start of Wednesday's practice. Osemele was wearing a brace on the right knee he hyperextended and bruised. He has missed the past two games, forcing the Ravens to go with an all-rookie left side comprised of undrafted tackle James Hurst and fifth-round draft pick John Urschel at guard.
Monroe hasn't played since the Ravens' Sept. 21 game against the Cleveland Browns. He underwent arthroscopic surgery and has been sidelined ever since.
Defensive end Chris Canty isn't practicing and remains a question mark for Sunday's game against the Bengals. Canty has missed three games since undergoing wrist surgery.
Veteran tight end Owen Daniels wasn't present during the early portion of practice open to reporters, but he has routinely been given days off due to his increased workload after a season-ending hip injury to tight end Dennis Pitta.