He will have a three-week window to practice before the team must make the decision to activate him to the 53-man roster. Trawick must sit out eight games before returning, which would make him eligible to play Dec. 8 against the Buffalo Bills.
If the Ravens decide to activate Trawick, he would be the team’s second and final player eligible to return from IR. The team on Tuesday activated rookie cornerback Iman Marshall to the 53-man roster.
Trawick’s return would be a boost to a special teams unit that has been shaky in recent weeks. Harbaugh labeled the unit “inconsistent” after the team’s win over the New England Patriots and two penalties were committed on special teams in Sunday’s win over the Cincinnati Bengals.
>> The Ravens also signed defensive end Ufomba Kamalu to the practice squad and released offensive tackle Marcus Applefield, the team announced Thursday.
>> Quarterback Lamar Jackson is the Ravens’ nominee for the 2019 Art Rooney Sportsmanship Award, the NFL announced Thursday. Jackson was also named Week 10 FedEx Air NFL Player of the Week.
>> The NFL released a statement Thursday, listing the teams that have committed to free-agent quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s workout on Saturday, and the Ravens are not among them. According to the release, the league expects additional teams to commit before Saturday.
>> Defensive tackle Michael Pierce (ankle) did not practice Thursday for the second consecutive day.
Fellow defensive tackle Brandon Williams (non-injury related) also missed practice. After being limited Wednesday, rookie wide receiver Marquise “Hollywood” Brown (ankle) did not practice.