The Ravens got a bit of a scare this morning when Marc Bulger had to leave practice with a trainer by his side, but the backup quarterback appears to be OK.
Head coach John Harbaugh said after practice that Bulger hurt a finger when he received a snap, but that the finger isn't broken and Bulger should be fine.
There will not be a need to re-acquire John Beck in a trade with the Redskins.
Left tackle Michael Oher spent the latter part of practice on a cart getting his right ankle re-taped, but he appeared to be walking just fine as he came off the field after practice.
Derrick Mason also seemed to be moving just fine two days after spraining his right ankle. He watched practice from the sidelines with the ankle taped, but wasn't walking with any noticeable limp as he walked towards the locker room.
Tackle Oniel Cousins was activated off the non-football injury list and returned to practice today, marking his first active session of camp. Cousins had a cyst removed from his throat this offseason, and is slowly working his way back into game shape.
He didn't see much action during practice, but spent a few minutes after the session working on his footwork off on a side field.
Reserve tackle Stefan Rodgers also had to leave this morning's practice with a trainer. His status is unknown.