Ravens rookie wide receiver Michael Campanaro returned to practice Wednesday, working out with his teammates for the first time since pulling his hamstring against the Cincinnati Bengals four games ago.
Though there really wasn't any doubt that he'd play Monday against the New Orleans Saints, Marshal Yanda's return to practice eased any anxiety for the Ravens that they'd be without their Pro Bowl guard.
The line of scrimmage was crowded with extra defenders Sunday as aggressive Tennessee Titans defensive coordinator Ray Horton kept sending linebackers after Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco with a blitz package that also disrupted running plays.
The Ravens shuffled their lineup for Sunday's game against the Tennessee Titans at M&T Bank Stadium, deactivating defensive end DeAngelo Tyson and safety Brynden Trawick for the first time this season.
With multiple NFL starts now under their belts, undrafted rookie left tackle James Hurst and rookie guard John Urschel have returned to those post-practice sessions with a much better idea of what they need to work on than they had entering the season.
When a chronic hamstring problem sidelined the two-time Pro Bowl selection for the majority of the preseason, Daniels insisted that he knew how his body was responding and was adamant that he would be just fine.
The Ravens pared their roster down to the NFL's required 53-player limit Saturday, choosing to keep two quarterbacks and seven wide receivers and leaving themselves thin at cornerback and along the offensive and defensive lines.
Ravens safety Matt Elam and running back Bernard Pierce missed a second straight practice for the Ravens Tuesday, while tight end Owen Daniels, who missed two weeks with leg fatigue, practiced for the second consecutive day.
Coach John Harbaugh said second-year right tackle Rick Wagner's preseason performance has earned him the starting spot, while guard/tackle Jah Reid has played his way into being the top backup at tackle for Wagner and starting left tackle Eugene Monroe.