Ravens outside linebacker Odafe Oweh returned to practice Wednesday after missing four games with an ankle injury suffered in the second week of the season.
Coach John Harbaugh had said Oweh was close to returning and would be a welcome addition to a position group that has relied heavily on veterans Jadeveon Clowney and Kyle Van Noy. Oweh got off to a strong start in his third NFL season with four quarterback hits in the Ravens’ opening win over the Houston Texans.
Only safety Marcus Williams (hamstring), defensive end Brent Urban (neck) and cornerback Kevon Seymour (ankle) were absent from the portion of Wednesday’s practice open to reporters. Linebacker Malik Harrison (concussion protocol) participated, while Clowney was present but did not wear a helmet or football cleats.
With Williams unlikely to play against the Detroit Lions, the Ravens signed safety Andrew Adams, a veteran with eight interceptions in 100 career games, to their practice squad. Adams could be called upon to replace Williams, as could defensive back DeAndre Houston-Carson, who has spent more time with the team.
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