Ravens running back J.K. Dobbins, left tackle Ronnie Stanley and rookie safety Kyle Hamilton returned to practice Wednesday.
Dobbins, who was placed on injured reserve Oct. 22 after undergoing arthroscopic knee surgery, has been designated to return from IR. The 2020 second-round pick can be activated to the Ravens’ 53-man roster at any point over the next 21 days. Dobbins, who suffered a significant knee injury last preseason, has 35 carries for 123 yards and a touchdown this year.
Stanley missed the Ravens’ loss Sunday to the Jacksonville Jaguars after sitting out practice last week with an ankle injury. He left the Ravens’ Week 11 win over the Carolina Panthers with what coach John Harbaugh said was only a minor injury. On Wednesday, he left practice after participating in individual drills.
Hamilton was also missing Sunday, sidelined by a minor knee injury he suffered against Carolina. He was considered questionable for Jacksonville despite not practicing last week.
Tight end Isaiah Likely, who missed Sunday’s game with a minor ankle injury suffered in practice Friday, was also practicing.
Seven Ravens were missing at Wednesday’s practice: offensive linemen Patrick Mekari and Daniel Faalele, tight end Nick Boyle, defensive lineman Calais Campbell, outside linebacker Justin Houston, and cornerbacks Marlon Humphrey and Marcus Peters.
The Ravens have also signed wide receiver Shemar Bridges, an undrafted standout early in training camp, to their practice squad. Bridges was waived with an injury designation during the team’s final roster cut-down.
Coach John Harbaugh is scheduled to address reporters after practice.
This story will be updated.