One defensive end returns, and one returns to the bench.
Cory Redding was back at practice today after missing Sunday's game against the Steelers with a concussion, and said before the afternoon session that he had been cleared by team doctors.
"I'm up," Redding said. "It feels good."
Redding suffered the concussion two Sundays ago in the Ravens' win over the Browns. He sat out most of last week because he was still experiencing the normal post-concussion symptoms.
"I take it seriously," Redding said last Friday. "It's something you don't play around with, with all the recent studies that have gone on. You have to be smart and take this thing seriously. I've only had one concussion before last year.
"This is the second one of my whole career. With research or no research, you're talking about your brain. This is serious. I just have to be smart. Like I said, I'm at the mercy of my doctors and the mercy of my brain."
Meanwhile, second-year defensive end Paul Kruger, who got a heavy workload at Pittsburgh with Redding sidelined, will be back on the sidelines after spraining his MCL on Sunday.
"It sucks," Kruger said today. "I'm pretty disappointed about it. It's tough, man. Nothing really to say, but it's unfortunate. I haven't been injured much in my whole career, and now I've had two in the last month. So, it's just a series of unlikely events, and that's what comes with the game. It's unfortunate. No one's more frustrated than I am, so I'm doing my best to get healthy and get out there as soon as I can."
Kruger will be out at least two weeks, but said he could miss up to a month.
"Two to four weeks is the usual recovery," Kruger said, "so we'll see how my body reacts."