On Wednesday, linebacker Terrell Suggs and safety Ed Reed both had a full practice, and neither was listed on the injury report.
On Thursday, Suggs (knee) and Reed (shoulder) both missed practice.
Today, the two Pro Bowl defenders were back on the practice field.
Both Suggs and Reed returned to practice today, indicating they likely will be able to play Sunday against the Seahawks.
Also participating in the Ravens' Friday afternoon session is wide receiver Lee Evans, who has now made it through a full week of practice.
Evans was limited the last two days, but this week is a significant step in the right direction for the eight-year veteran, who has missed the Ravens' last six games with an ankle injury.
This is the first time that Evans has practiced three straight days since Baltimore's Week 2 game against the Titans.
The only player on the Ravens' roster who was not spotted during the open media portion of practice was running back Anthony Allen (thigh).
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