Ravens wide receiver Marlon Brown said he has fully recovered from a concussion that he suffered Sunday against the San Diego Chargers when he landed hard on his head and was forced out of the game.
Brown, who returned to practice Thursday, said he's not feeling any lingering effects from the head injury.
"It feels great," Brown said while eating candy at his locker. "I had a really good day at practice, I treated it like a normal day at practice. I think I'll be good for Sunday."
Brown caught three passes for 25 yards against the Chargers, including a leaping grab to secure a high pass from Joe Flacco on the play that he suffered the concussion.
Brown has 14 receptions for 132 yards this season after catching 49 passes for 524 yards and seven touchdowns as a rookie after signing as an undrafted free agent in 2013.
Brown said this wasn't his first concussion, but he hasn't had many in his football career.
"I've had one before, this one was about the same," Brown said. "Everything's good."