2 Ravens back training, 5 still missing. It's looking very bad at Wide Receiver

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Offensive linemen stay limited, three defensive starters missing

Finally, the two injured starters pertaining to the Ravens offensive line, C Tyler Linderbaum and OT Ronnie Stanley were able to practice for the second consecutive day albeit on a limited basis.

It's probable that both are out there on the field on Sunday, and the Ravens will surely benefit from that going against the no. 1 defense in the NFL by most metrics--and on the road, no less!

In less encouraging news, both edge rushers David Ojabo and Odafe Oweh missed one more practice on Thursday both nursing ankle injuries.

Judging by the decision of the Ravens to sign veteran OLB Kyle Van Noy earlier this week it's starting to look more and more probable that the transaction had to do with an expected mid/long-term absence by the second- and third-year pros going forward.

Marlon Humphrey (foot) looked hella pumped up just hours ago and was seemingly announcing his comeback in time for Week 4, but it feels like he will have to wait at least one more week after not having practiced for a month and a half.

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The Ravens will most probably activate at least one of the two wide receivers that signed with the franchise's practice squad on Wednesday, along with Kyle Van Noy.

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