Injured players return for Ravens

August, 30, 2014
8/30/14
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The Baltimore Ravens looked like a healthier team when they took the field for Saturday's practice.

With eight days before the regular-season opener against the Cincinnati Bengals, running back Bernard Pierce (concussion), cornerbacks Jimmy Smith (chest), Lardarius Webb (back) and Asa Jackson (ankle) and offensive tackle Jah Reid (concussion) all dressed for their non-contact workout.

It should be noted that Smith and Webb participated in some position drills but were limited in others during the media viewing portion. Jackson did the most among the injured cornerbacks.

Webb has missed the entire preseason, and Smith had sat out the past two games. Pierce, who was injured in the third preseason game, didn't practice last week and didn't make the trip to New Orleans for the preseason finale.

Jamison Hensley

ESPN Ravens reporter

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