When the Ravens went through their first practice at training camp Thursday, Pro Bowl inside linebacker C.J. Mosley lined up with the first-team defense and wasn't under any physical restrictions.
Mosley is nearly completely recovered from a wrist surgery he underwent this offseason that prevented him from taking part in full-team drills during minicamps. Mosley wore a brace on his surgically repaired left wrist during practice.
"I got my X-ray done before I came back and the bone is pretty much healed," Mosley told The Baltimore Sun. "I'm getting my strength back. I'm fully cleared for everything."
The Ravens' leading tackler last season after being selected in the first round of the NFL draft, Mosley hurt his wrist in December. The former Alabama All-American and Butkus Award winner led all rookies and the Ravens with 133 tackles last season, ranking seventh among all NFL players. He had three sacks, two interceptions, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery.
Mosley played 1,080 snaps, more than any other Raven last season. He was in the game for all but 15 of the Ravens' defensive snaps.