After wearing a protective sleeve over his right elbow during practice Wednesday, Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson was back to normal Thursday.
The right-handed Jackson threw without any apparent limitations during the half-hour period of practice open to reporters. He was listed as limited on Wednesday’s injury report after not throwing to receivers at practice, but he said he expected to play Sunday against the New England Patriots.
“It’s just a normal course-of-the season-type thing,” coach John Harbaugh said Wednesday of Jackson’s sleeve. He appeared to bang his arm against fullback Patrick Ricard during the second half of the Ravens’ loss to the Miami Dolphins. “He practiced today. He’ll play; he’ll be playing on Sunday.”
The Ravens got good injury news elsewhere Thursday. Every player on the team’s 53-man roster was available to practice, including wide receiver Devin Duvernay (concussion) and cornerback Marlon Humphrey (groin), who missed Wednesday’s workout with injuries.
Left tackle Ronnie Stanley (ankle) and tight end Nick Boyle, who started the season getting Thursdays off as they worked their way back to full strength, also were at practice.
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