Ravens Notebook: Kyle Hamilton back at practice

OWINGS MILLS — Ravens safety Kyle Hamilton was back at practice Wednesday just two days after leaving the Week 14 game against the Los Angeles Rams with a left knee injury.

Hamilton wore a brace on the injured knee but could participate in team drills at limited speed.

Hamilton injured his left knee in the second quarter, returned to the game, and left again in the third quarter in the 37-31 victory over the Rams on Sunday. There are reports that Hamilton suffered a sprained medial collateral ligament, but coach John Harbaugh did not confirm the specific injury on Monday.

The Ravens’ secondary will get a boost if Hamilton can play in the Week 15 game against the Jacksonville Jaguars, who have the league’s ninth-ranked pass offense. Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence has thrown for 3,261 yards with 17 touchdowns and 10 interceptions, but he is dealing with an ankle injury.

Duvernay out

The Ravens placed wide receiver/returner Devin Duvernay on injured reserve with a back injury. The hope is that Duvernay could return for the playoffs.

Duvernay was injured in the first half against the Rams on Sunday. Backup Tylan Wallace was forced into action as the primary returner and returned a punt 76 yards to give the Ravens the overtime victory.

For his efforts, Wallace was named the AFC Special Teams Player of the Week.

Wallace will continue to be the starting returner, Harbaugh confirmed.

“Tylan was nothing but hard work and positive attitude all the way through, just always praying for his opportunity and hoping for his opportunity, and then he gets it, and you see what he did with it,” Harbaugh said. “That’s a great story to me. That’s a pretty wonderful thing.”

It’s official

The Ravens officially announced the signing of quarterback Malik Cunningham, who was a teammate of starting quarterback Lamar Jackson for one season at Louisville.

Cunningham was signed off the New England Patriots’ practice squad. He played in one game but did not attempt a pass and was sacked once.

Cunningham could be part of the Ravens’ future beyond this year because Jackson’s primary backup, Tyler Huntley, is an unrestricted free agent at the end of the season.

With Duvernay placed on IR to make room for Cunningham, the Ravens had every player on the 53-man roster participating in practice Wednesday.

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