Ravens injury update: 4 return, 2 DNP, Ben Cleveland on Thursday's injury report

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The Baltimore Ravens held their second practice of the week in preparation for their Week 9 matchup against the Seattle Seahawks at The Bank and it yielded a much better injury report than the one released by the team on Wednesday.

We saw the return of key players to the team mostly on the offensive front, including Odell Beckham Jr. (shoulder), Gus Edwards (toe), Ronnie Stanley (shoulder), and Odafe Oweh (ankle/knee), who were all full participants on the practice fields of the Owings Mills facilities.

Offensive lineman Ronnie Stanley, initially listed with a shoulder ailment on Wednesday, showed positive progress by fully participating in Thursday's practice.

Veteran playmakers Odell Beckham Jr. and Gus Edwards raised concerns after missing Wednesday's practice but they returned in full on Baltimore’s second practice of the week.

The only absentees from the penultimate practice session were cornerback Rock Ya-Sin (illness), right tackle Morgan Moses (shoulder), and backup guard Ben Cleveland (illness). Cleveland wasn't listed on Wednesday's report and popped up only on Thursday's.

Running back Keaton Mitchell (hamstring) and safety Daryl Worley (shoulder) continued their full participation for the second consecutive day after missing ample time in the past few weeks and months.

Meanwhile, safety Marcus Williams, grappling with a nagging hamstring issue, remained limited in practice for the second day in a row, which is starting to point toward limited participation on Sunday's matchup or simply a late ruled-out call by the coaches to avoid any setbacks in his recovery.

Odafe Oweh, despite his ankle injury having seemingly improved and healed over the past few hours, is still in doubt to play Sunday along with Marcus Williams, let alone with how well both the outside linebackers and secondary of the Ravens have played this season.

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In any case, it's quite great to find out about the latest injury report ahead of Week 9 being virtually an impeccable one barring the limited participation of Walliams and the DNP of Morgan Moses.

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