Ravens getting healthier for Monday Night Football vs. 49ers

OWINGS MILLS — The Ravens had an encouraging showing at their Wednesday practice as the team to travel to San Franciso to take on the 49ers on Monday night.

Wide receiver Zay Flowers, cornerback Ronald Darby, and right tackle Morgan Moses returned to practice after missing the previous day.

Left tackle Ronnie Stanley practiced for the second straight day, but he wore a non-contact jersey, which means he is still in concussion protocol.

The Ravens have rotated Stanley and Moses with Pat Mekari and Daniel Faalele over the past two weeks to keep them fresher and avoid further injuries. Stanley, however, was forced to leave the game against Jacksonville in the fourth quarter because of the concussion.

Wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. and cornerback Jalyn-Armour Davis (concussion) did not practice.

The Ravens’ first injury report consisted of:

The 49ers will bring the pressure against Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson. San Francisco is led by defensive end Nick Bosa, who has 10.5 sacks on the season.

The 49ers injury report consisted of:



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