An update on Ravens' injured players

Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh gave an update on all of his injured players:

  • DT Terrence Cody had hip surgery and has "a chance" to be back for training camp. This is less than two months after Cody said he was fully healthy and didn't need any surgeries. Cody had hip surgery last year.

  • RB Bernard Pierce participated in individual drills and caught some passes. He was expected to be out until training camp after having offseason shoulder surgery. "[He] may be a little bit ahead of schedule, maybe," Harbaugh said. "[It’s] just the fact that we really didn’t expect him to do that at this point, so he’s really working hard."

  • OT Jah Reid strained his calf last week and could miss the rest of the offseason workouts. He also has a June 4 court date for his misdemeanor battery charge in Key West, Florida.

  • DE Brent Urban has been practicing the past couple of days after sitting out last week's rookie minicamp. The fourth-round pick has been recovering from offseason ankle surgery and thought the earliest he would return would be the end of May.

  • DE Kapron Lewis-Moore had another full week of practice. A sixth-round pick out of Notre Dame from last year, Lewis-Moore was sidelined all of last season after tearing his anterior cruciate ligament in the national championship game. "[He has] no effects from the knee surgery," Harbaugh said, "and he looks good out there."

  • G-OT Kelechi Osemele is at full strength after having season-ending back surgery in November.

  • WR Aaron Mellette has been practicing sporadically while still recovering from last year's knee surgery. He spent his entire rookie season on injured reserve after suffering two cartilage tears. "It’s been flaring up and swelling up when he works doing different things," Harbaugh said. "He was out there [Thursday] and looked good, and we’ll see how he responds [Friday]. We had some issues."

  • WR Michael Campanaro remains sidelined after pulling a hamstring last week. "He’s working hard to get back," Harbaugh said of the rookie seventh-round pick who played his high school football in the Baltimore area. "Hopefully, he’ll be back next week as soon as possible. I’m on him pretty hard about it. Local boy -- he needs to be out there."

  • OT James Hurst "is fine" with the broken leg he sustained at the end of his college season. "There are no remnants of that," Harbaugh said of the undrafted rookie out of North Carolina.

  • OLB Adrian Hamilton has fully recovered from wrist surgey. He spent last season on injured reserve.