The Ravens got four starters back at practice Thursday with running back Justin Forsett (ankle), right guard Marshal Yanda (knee), defensive tackle Haloti Ngata (shin) and cornerback Lardarius Webb (rest day) all returning after being sidelined on Wednesday.
Yanda and Forsett practiced on a limited basis while Ngata and Webb were full participants. All four are expected to be ready for Sunday's games against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
A day after returning to practice following last week's knee surgery, tight end Owen Daniels did not participate in the workout. Terrell Suggs (neck) also remained out, along with wide receiver Michael Campanaro (hamstring) and cornerback Jimmy Smith (foot). Campanaro and Smith are not expected to play Sunday.
The status of Daniels and defensive end Chris Canty, who had surgery to remove an infection in his wrist but has practiced in full the past two days, are the two biggest questions. Canty has missed the past four games, while Daniels didn't play against the Cincinnati Bengals last Sunday.
For the Steelers, tight end Heath Miller, defensive end Brett Keisel and safety Troy Polamalu all were given the day off from practice. Safety Ross Ventrone (hamstring) also remained sidelined.
Defensive backs Ivan Taylor (forearm) and Michael Mitchell were limited.