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Ravens Insider: Ravens safety Kyle Hamilton returns to practice Thursday, WR Zay Flowers still absent


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Ravens safety Kyle Hamilton returned to practice Thursday but participated in few drills and moved tentatively on his injured left knee during the portion open to reporters.

Hamilton was listed as a non-participant in Wednesday’s walkthrough on the team’s estimated injury report. He appeared to aggravate a two-week-old injury to his left knee late in the Ravens’ 33-19 win Monday night over the San Francisco 49ers. He intercepted two passes in the game and was subsequently named AFC Defensive Player of the Week.

If Hamilton can’t play Sunday, his absence would be a significant blow to the Ravens as they take on the Miami Dolphins’ top-ranked passing offense with a chance to clinch the AFC’s No. 1 playoff seed.

Meanwhile, wide receiver Zay Flowers, who leads the team in catches and receiving yards, was absent for a second straight day because of a calf injury. Cornerback Brandon Stephens and linebacker Del’Shawn Phillips, neither of whom appeared on Wednesday’s injury report, were also missing, as was cornerback Jalyn Armour-Davis, who was limited Wednesday because of a concussion.

Right guard Kevin Zeitler returned after he did not participate Wednesday because of knee and quadriceps injuries.

This story will be updated.

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