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DE Calais Campbell limited in return to practice; 11 Ravens listed on injury report vs. Cowboys

Nine Ravens were listed as questionable for Tuesday’s game against the Dallas Cowboys, including Pro Bowl defensive end Calais Campbell, who returned to practice Saturday for the first time in nearly a month.

Campbell was limited by a calf injury he suffered early in a Week 9 win over the Indianapolis Colts. He missed the Ravens’ next two weeks of practice and subsequent games, and was added to the reserve/COVID-19 list after testing positive early in the team’s outbreak.

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Campbell, who was activated Saturday and is set to practice again Sunday, was one of 10 defenders and 11 players overall listed on the Ravens’ injury report entering their crucial Week 13 game.

Defensive tackle Broderick Washington (concussion) and cornerback Tramon Williams (thigh), neither of whom practiced Friday or Saturday, are considered doubtful. Starting safety Chuck Clark (knee), cornerback Jimmy Smith (groin) and outside linebacker Jaylon Ferguson (illness) also have yet to practice and are questionable.

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Starting defensive tackle Brandon Williams is questionable after being limited in practice for two straight days. Also limited are offensive lineman D.J. Fluker (ankle), inside linebacker Kristian Welch (ankle), cornerback Davontae Harris (thigh) and safety DeShon Elliott (knee/ankle), all of whom practiced fully Saturday.

Dallas ruled out starting offensive linemen Cameron Erving (knee) and Zack Martin (calf). Defensive end Aldon Smith (illness), cornerback Anthony Brown (ribs), and safeties Donovan Wilson (groin) and Steven Parker (ankle) are questionable.

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