A pair of offensive linemen and two cornerbacks returned to practice for the Ravens, bolstering both positions ahead of the team's third preseason game on Saturday against the Washington Redskins.
Reserve left tackle James Hurst, who suffered a concussion on Saturday against the Eagles, returned Thursday, as did guard-tackle Ryan Jensen, who missed Wednesday with an undisclosed injury.
Both strengthen an offensive line that continues to miss starting left tackle Eugene Monroe (arm) and starting left guard Kelechi Osemele (Achilles), plus rookie reserves De'Ondre Wesley (knee) and Darryl Baldwin.
Cornerback Rashaan Melvin, who suffered what coach John Harbaugh called a soft tissue injury on Monday and missed the two subsequent practices, was back Thursday, as was Tramain Jacobs, who missed Saturday's game and hadn't practiced since.
Melvin has been the stand-in starter throughout the preseason with Lardarius Webb missing the past two-plus weeks with a hamstring injury.
Wide receiver Breshad Perriman (knee) hasn't practiced in four weeks after suffering a sprained knee on July 30 and wide receiver Michael Campanaro hasn't practiced since last Thursday with an unspecified soft tissue injury.
Rookie tight end Maxx Williams remained in a red noncontact jersey, which he has worn all week.
Running back Lorenzo Taliaferro (sprained MCL), and outside linebacker Steven Means (groin) remain out as well.