OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) — Tackle Ronnie Stanley and center Tyler Linderbaum were back at practice Wednesday for the Baltimore Ravens in what could be a big boost to their offensive line.
Stanley (knee) and Linderbaum (ankle) missed the past two weeks, including a loss to Indianapolis last weekend in which the Ravens struggled to protect quarterback Lamar Jackson. Their return would bring the starting offensive line back to full strength, a significant development for a team already dealing with quite a few injuries early in the season.
Safety Marcus Williams (pectoral) and running back Gus Edwards (concussion evaluation) were also back on the field Wednesday.
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