Injuries: Breshad Perriman back at Ravens practice

Breshad Perriman is back on the practice field.

The Ravens wide receiver was dealing with a calf injury earlier in the week. He missed practice Wednesday because of it. He was a full participant Thursday.

Perriman expects to play Sunday against the Browns. "I think I'll be fine," the receiver said after practice, according to ESPN.

Perriman saw his first official game action in Week 1's win over the Buffalo Bills after missing his entire rookie season with a knee injury. He had one catch for 35 yards on two targets in Baltimore's 13-7 victory. Perriman is an important cog to the Ravens' passing game as he can stretch the field.

Here's more injury news we are tracking on Thursday:

  1. Jaguars running back Chris Ivory returned to practice and issued a statement Thursday. There's still no word on what Ivory was dealing with, but he said it was an "emergency medical condition that developed while (he) was with (the) team."

Offensive tackle Jermey Parnell (groin) and cornerback Prince Amukamara (hamstring) did not practice. Defensive end Dante Fowler Jr. is dealing with an illness and sat out, too.

  1. Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski (hamstring) practiced again in a limited capacity. Linebacker Dont'a Hightower (knee) missed his second straight day of practice.
  1. Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson (ankle) said he'll be "ready to roll" Sunday against the Rams in Los Angeles, and was a full participant in practice Thursday. The initial report was that Wilson had suffered a serious ankle injury and even he's been surprised by the quick bounce back. "That's what the doctors and trainers have all been saying," Wilson said. "They're shocked it's doing this well."

Tight end Jimmy Graham and running back C.J. Prosise were also full participants in practice Thursday. Guard Germain Ifedi (ankle) did not participate Thursday.

  1. Falcons wideouts Julio Jones (ankle) and Mohamed Sanu (ankle) were limited in practice, the team announced. Running back Devonta Freeman was a full participant.
  1. Colts wideout T.Y. Hiltondidn't practice with a knee injury. He wasn't listed on any previous practice report this week.
  1. Panthers running back Jonathan Stewart was limited with an ankle injury. Coach Ron Rivera isn't concerned about his availability for Sunday.
  1. Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul has a sore shoulder and isn't practicing, according to Newsday. The Giants don't consider it a big deal, the veteran is just resting, per The Record.
  1. Packers cornerback Sam Shields remains in the concussion protocol, coach Mike McCarthy said. Nothing there has changed.
  1. Vikings offensive tackle Matt Kalil (hip), cornerback Xavier Rhodes (knee) and defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd (knee) all didn't practice, but coach Mike Zimmer was hopeful they would play Sunday.
  1. Bears cornerback Kyle Fuller (knee) was limited in practice.
  1. Redskins left tackle Trent Williams was limited with a glute/hip injury.
  1. Titans wideout Kendall Wright (hamstring) is ruled out for Sunday, coach Mike Mularkey said.
  1. Broncos defensive end Derek Wolfe was limited with neck soreness, Gary Kubiak said.
  1. Chargers rookie Joey Bosa did not practice as he works his way back from a hamstring strain. NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported it's unlikely he plays Week 2 and there's doubt over whether he will play Week 3.
  1. Cowboys cornerback Orlando Scandrick missed practice with a hamstring injury.
  1. Lions linebacker DeAndre Levy (quad) and cornerback Adairius Barnes (ankle) didn't practice. Defensive end Ziggy Ansah (shoulder) was limited in practice.
  1. Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles (ACL) was limited in practice for the second straight day and running back Spencer Ware (toe) was a full participant after sitting out Wednesday. Linebacker Sam Barrington (hamstring) did not practice.
  1. Rams defensive tackle Michael Brockers (thigh) and cornerback Lamarcus Joyner (foot) were limited in practice Thursday.
  1. Jets guard James Carpenter (calf) and linebacker Erin Henderson (foot) missed the remainder of Thursday night's 37-31 win over the Bills.
  1. Bills receiver Marquise Goodwin is in the concussion protocol after getting slammed to the turf on the final play of Thursday night's loss to Buffalo.
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