Ravens Welcome Three Receivers Back to Practice

LaQuan Williams, dealing with an injured arm, returned to practice on Wednesday. - USA TODAY Sports

Three Ravens wideouts returned to practice on Wednesday.

The Ravens will get their first look at what undrafted rookie Marlon Brown can do on Wednesday.

Brown, who tore his ACL as a member of the University of Georgia football team last November, was present for his training camp practice. He was participating on special teams.

Receivers LaQuan Williams (arm) and Tommy Streeter (heat exhaustion) also returned to practice on Wednesday. All three receivers are hoping to compete for the final remaining spots for the receiver position.

Williams has been on the team the past two and Streeter, a sixth-round pick in 2012, spent all of last season on injured reserve. Out of the three, Williams has proven he can play special teams when called upon, an important trait with the Ravens' coaching staff.

Offensive lineman Ramon Harewood (knee) is not present for practice. Left guard Kelechi Osemele is practicing after returning from a hamstringr strain on Monday. The Ravens took Tuesday off.

Other absentees include those with previously reported injuries, such as Jameel McClain (spinal cord contusion), Kapron Lewis-Moore (ACL), Ryan Jensen (broken foot) and Dennis Pitta (dislocated and fractured hip).

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