A pair of injury concerns on offense made promising returns Friday, as running back Justin Forsett and wide receiver Torrey Smith participated in practice after having missed two straight days with knee injures.
"We knew [they] were coming back today," coach John Harbaugh said.
Forsett, who went over 1,000 rushing yards on the season with his 106-yard performance Sunday against the San Diego Chargers, said Wednesday that he was dealing with "regular soreness" and didn't expect to miss Sunday's game against the Miami Dolphins. He was a limited participant Friday and is listed as questionable for Sunday.
Smith, who caught two touchdown passes before a knee injury kept him off the field for the final two drives of the loss to San Diego, was optimistic about his chances of playing Thursday, a day before he returned to the practice field. Smith participated fully Friday and is listed as probable.
Forsett is the NFL's fourth-leading rusher with 1,009 yards, and his seven touchdowns are second on the team, behind only Smith, who has eight touchdowns and 609 receiving yards in 12 games this year.
The Ravens ruled cornerback Tramain Jacobs out of Sunday's game with a thigh injury, while wide receiver Michael Campanaro (thigh), tight end Crockett Gillmore (back) and inside linebacker Albert McClellan (thigh) are questionable. Gillmore did not participate in practice Friday for the second straight day, while the others were full participatants, according to the injury report.
Eight other players were listed as probable for Sunday's game, including outside linebacker Terrell Suggs, inside linebacker Daryl Smith, defensive end DeAngelo Tyson and tight end Owen Daniels (all noninjury-related), plus inside linebacker C.J. Mosley (wrist), wide receiver Marlon Brown (concussion), outside linebacker Courtney Upshaw (hand) and center Jeremy Zuttah (ankle).