Ravens Star TE Returns To Practice, RB Remains Out

The Baltimore Ravens saw a familiar face return to practice on Friday. It was their All-Pro tight end Mark Andrews, who practiced after missing the last two days due to a knee injury, according to ESPN's Jamison Hensley. This marked the first time Andrews was on the practice field all week, showing the seriousness of his injured knee that occurred during Week 6. 

Unfortunately for Ravens fans, starting running back J.K. Dobbins, who missed all last season with a torn ACL, missed his third practice this week due to a knee injury. Dobbin's availability for Sunday against the Cleveland Browns may be a long shot after missing practice all week. 

To add on to Baltimore's injury report, cornerback Marcus Peters and full-back Patrick Ricard practiced for the first time this week. All-Pro offensive tackle Ronnie Stanley did not practice on Friday.  

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