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Entering the bye week, the Ravens are assured of not adding to their four-game losing streak for now. And their hopes of ending that skid could be bolstered by the return of a pair of injured starters.

Outside linebacker Terrell Suggs and right guard Marshal Yanda practiced Tuesday. Suggs, who wore a type of harness on his left arm, sat out Sunday's 24-16 loss to the New York Jets because of a left biceps injury sustained in a 27-23 setback to the New York Giants on Oct. 16. Yanda has missed the past two contests because of a shoulder injury.

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Rookie cornerback Tavon Young worked out after suffering a concussion Sunday. The 2016 fourth-round draft pick wore a red noncontact jersey over his uniform.

And strong safety Matt Elam practiced for the first time since being placed on injured reserve after undergoing arthroscopic knee surgery in late August. He will be eligible to play against the Cleveland Browns on Nov. 10.

A number of players were absent from practice, including wide receivers Steve Smith Sr. (right ankle) and Kamar Aiken, inside linebackers C.J. Mosley (hamstring) and Albert McClellan, outside linebacker Elvis Dumervil (foot), return specialist Devin Hester Sr. (thigh), tight end Dennis Pitta, free safety Lardarius Webb (hamstring), running back Terrance West (left ankle) and cornerback Shareece Wright (pulled hamstring).

And the linebacker corps was further depleted when rookie Kamalei Correa walked off the practice field slowly. The second-round pick was accompanied by a trainer into the team's practice facility. Correa's absence left Suggs, Zachary Orr, Anthony Levine Sr., Patrick Onwuasor and practice squad member Brennen Beyer as the only healthy linebackers on the field.

Wide receiver Dobson Collins, who was with the team in training camp, was signed to the practice squad. He fills the spot vacated by cornerback Robertson Daniel, who was promoted to the active roster Saturday.

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