Ravens pass rusher Elvis Dumervil was back at practice after an off day on Wednesday.
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The Baltimore Ravens had two starters back at practice Thursday in linebacker Elvis Dumervil and guard Kelechi Osemele.
Both players sat out Wednesday's session with knee injuries, although neither missed time during Sunday's loss to Jacksonville. An Osemele absence would really put the interior of the Ravens' offensive line in a bind as center Jeremy Zuttah was just placed on season-ending injured reserve with a pectoral injury. Reserve guard John Urschel is slated to slide over to start at center, leaving Ryan Jensen, who has played just one offensive snap in his career, as the backup at guard.
Rookie tight end Nick Boyle did not practice for the second straight day due to a foot injury. He was spotted wearing a boot on his left foot Wednesday, according to The Baltimore Sun. No prognosis was given for his expected return, but Boyle indicated it wasn't serious.