Ravens rookie wide receiver Michael Campanaro returned to practice Wednesday on a limited basis, working out with his teammates for the first time since pulling his hamstring against the Cincinnati Bengals four games ago.
The River Hill graduate had hoped to return as soon as last week, but he wasn't cleared by doctors.
Campanaro has six receptions for 85 yards since being drafted in the seventh round out of Wake Forest. He caught a career-high three passes for 40 yards against the Bengals and returned two punts for 17 yards.
Veteran offensive guard Jah Reid also returned to practice, participating fully. Reid broke his right hand in practice while blocking outside linebacker Pernell McPhee before the Ravens' Nov. 9 win over the Tennessee Titans.
"It was great to be back," Reid said. "To be out there and get the blood flowing, it felt really good. There's a club on there and a cast. It didn't really hinder what I was doing."
Outside linebacker Terrell Suggs didn't practice due to a foot injury that's not expected to affect his availability for Sunday's game against the San Diego Chargers. McPhee was limited with a shoulder injury.