While David Reed appeared in last Sunday's game against the Texans after missing the Ravens' two previous games with a shoulder injury, the second-year wide receiver/kickoff returner didn't play a large role in the gameplan in his return.
Reed got some time on special teams against Houston, but the kickoff return duties were given to newcomer Bryan McCann, and rookie LaQuan Williams got the reps as the Ravens' third wide receiver.
The Utah product said today that he feels like he's back close to 100 percent at this point, and hopes to be a bigger part of things this Monday night against the Jaguars.
"I (didn't) do much last game. They were just easing me back into it and I'm back now, full go," Reed said. "I was a little bit (frustrated), but it's all in the best interest for the team. The coaches make the final decisions, and they make the right ones."
Reed did admit it might have been in his best interest for the team to slowly ease him back into contact last week. Now, he can go about competing for the kickoff return duties, which will be up for grabs between himself and McCann this week.
"I always welcome the competition," Reed said. "That makes me go even harder, and go better."
Meanwhile, head coach John Harbaugh said that safety Tom Zbikowski has not yet been cleared by the training staff after suffering a concussion three weeks ago against the Jets.
Zbikowski was on the field for both the walk-through and practice today, but did not take part in either session.
"I think he's feeling better," Harbaugh said. "He still had the sunglasses on out here, so he's not cleared for contact yet today. With concussions, they're just very unpredictable."