Ravens cornerback Lardarius Webb speaks to reporters after practice during training camp.
Ravens cornerback Lardarius Webb speaks to reporters after practice during training camp. (Kevin Richardson / Baltimore Sun)

The Ravens got three starters and a key offensive player back Monday as guard Kelechi Osemele, tackle Eugene Monroe, cornerback Lardarius Webb and wide receiver Michael Campanaro returned to practice.

Osemele had practiced once since the preseason opener on Aug. 13 against New Orleans, and missed the two subsequent games with an Achilles injury. Monroe suffered a severe arm bruise against Philadelphia and missed all of last week.

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Webb hasn't played all preseason with a hamstring injury that's required attention, and Campanaro missed the Philadelphia Eagles game and Saturday's game with the Washington Redskins with what coach John Harbaugh called a "soft tissue" injury.

Wide receiver Breshad Perriman remained out with a knee sprain suffered on July 30, the first day of training camp, while cornerback Rashaan Melvin (undisclosed injury) was not present after playing Saturday against Washington.

None of the players injured in that game — guard-tackle Ryan Jensen (concussion), cornerback Chris Greenwood (torn hamstring) and defensive linemen Timmy Jernigan (knee), Lawrence Guy (knee) and DeAngelo Tyson (shoulder) — practiced Monday.

Outside linebacker Steven Means (groin), undrafted tackles Darryl Baldwin (undisclosed) and De'Ondre Wesley (knee), and running back Lorenzo Taliaferro (sprained MCL) remained out.

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