Tight end Owen Daniels is considered 50/50 for Sunday night's game against the Steelers.
Daniels was able to practice Friday, coach John Harbaugh announced, after missing Thursday's session with the team.
"That's good to see," Harbaugh told reporters after practice. "It'll probably be a game-time [decision] with Owen, realistically, coming off knee surgery.
Daniels had a minor arthroscopic procedure done to his knee, which was injured in Week 7 against the Falcons. If Daniels is unable to play, rookie Crockett Gillmore will step in once again as the starting tight end. In addition, the Ravens would be likely to use fullback Kyle Jusczyzk more in the passing game, too.
Daniels has filled in nicely this season for Dennis Pitta, who went down to a dislocated hip early on. He has 275 yards and three touchdowns on 27 catches.