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Quarterback Blake Bortles (5) of the Jacksonville Jaguars is tackled by Ravens defensive tackle Timmy Jernigan (97) in the second half at M&T Bank Stadium on Dec. 14, 2014 in Baltimore.
Quarterback Blake Bortles (5) of the Jacksonville Jaguars is tackled by Ravens defensive tackle Timmy Jernigan (97) in the second half at M&T Bank Stadium on Dec. 14, 2014 in Baltimore. (Patrick Smith / Getty Images)

Ravens defensive tackle Timmy Jernigan returned to practice Saturday after missing several days with a foot injury, while cornerback Asa Jackson, wide receiver Kamar Aiken, and outside linebacker Steven Means were out with apparent injuries suffered in Thursday's preseason opener.

Jernigan hadn't practiced in a week and missed the preseason game against the New Orleans Saints. Defensive end Chris Canty and cornerback Jimmy Smith also returned after missing the Saints game.

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Jackson suffered a knee injury on the Saints' first touchdown play Thursday, while Means left the game with a leg issue in the second half and Aiken limped around the sideline in the first half. The team did not provide injury updates on Means or Aiken.

Also missing from the team's wide receiver group were rookie Breshad Perriman, who has been out since July 30 with a knee injury, and Marlon Brown, who has practiced sporadically while dealing with back and hamstring ailments.

Neither played in Thursday's game, nor did cornerback Lardarius Webb, who also missed Thursday's game and has dealt with a hamstring problem this week.

Defensive end DeAngelo Tyson was out with an elbow strain, while guards John Urschel and Robert Myers continue to nurse concussions.

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