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Ravens' Daniels and Canty return to practice; Webb, Suggs, Forsett sidelined

Ravens veterans Owen Daniels and Chris Canty returned to practice Wednesday.

Daniels was limited after missing Sunday's 27-24 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals after undergoing arthroscopic knee surgery. Canty participated fully after being out the past four games after undergoing wrist surgery.

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Several players weren't practicing as the Ravens went outside for the conclusion of their practice after starting with a special-teams workout on their indoor practice field.

That list includes cornerback Lardarius Webb, who finished the game Sunday and was jogging around on the side Wednesday without apparent difficulty. Webb said he was "just chilling" and was being given a day of rest.

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Outside linebacker Terrell Suggs (neck) and defensive tackle Haloti Ngata (shin), who are typically among the last players to arrive for the start of practice, were also missing from practice Wednesday.

Rookie wide receiver Michael Campanaro (pulled hamstring), running back Justin Forsett, who was limping after the Bengals' game and downplayed the severity of his ankle injury, cornerback Jimmy Smith, who's been ruled out for at least a few weeks with a sprained left foot and offensive guard Marshal Yanda, who missed a few snaps Sunday with a left knee injury, didn't practice.

"Everything is good," Forsett said. "I got a day off. I kind of got banged-up a little bit in my ankle. I was hobbled a little after the game. I'll be fine for Sunday."

Smith's injury is expected to take longer than a few weeks to recover from due to the severity of the sprain, according to sources.

A River Hill graduate, Campanaro caught three passes for 40 yards against the Bengals before the injury.

"It's slowly getting better," Campanaro said. "I'm just looking forward to keep getting better. It could have been worse."

Left tackle Eugene Monroe, who returned Sunday after missing four games with a right knee injury, and left guard Kelechi Osemele, who returned Sunday after missing two games with a bruised, hyperextended right knee, both practiced Wednesday. Neither are being listed on the injury report.

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