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Several injured Ravens return as Kendrick Lewis, Timmy Jernigan sit out

Wide receiver Marlon Brown and rookie cornerback Tray Walker returned to practice Monday after a week out with injuries, while defensive starters Kendrick Lewis and Timmy Jernigan were absent.

Brown, who missed time with a back issue and then a hamstring issue, had been out since last Sunday, while Walker pulled his hamstring on Sunday and hadn't practiced since.

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Also returning were tight end Maxx Williams (eye) and guard Kelechi Osemele (foot/ankle). Both were at the beginning of Sunday's practice, too, before leaving about a half-hour in.

Meanwhile, wide receiver Steve Smith, who was dealing with a family issue, also returned, as did outside linebacker Zach Thompson, who hadn't practiced in a week.

Jernigan, the projected starting defensive tackle, missed for an undisclosed reason, while Lewis, the team's starting safety, injured his right leg Saturday while diving for a fumble and didn't return to the field.

Guards John Urschel and Robert Myers remain out with concussions, while defensive tackle DeAngelo Tyson was out for a second straight practice.

Rookie wide receiver Breshad Perriman missed a ninth straight practice with a knee injury, putting the first preseason game against the New Orleans Saints on Thursday in doubt.

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