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Steelers injury report: Jarvis Jones limited in practice Thursday

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The Steelers first round pick returns to the field in preparation for his first Steelers/Ravens game.

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Steelers rookie linebacker Jarvis Jones returned to practice Thursday on a limited basis after missing it Wednesday with a head injury.

The team didn't comment on the severity of the injury, and it could be seen as positive that he returned to the field. A player may try to practice after such an injury in an effort to determine how capable they are of playing.

Recently acquired tight end Richard Gordon was limited with a toe injury.

Right tackle Marcus Gilbert (quadriceps) was limited for the second straight day, raising an eyebrow or two over his availability. With Kelvin Beachum at left tackle, it would seem Mike Adams - who started six games last season at right tackle, including two against Baltimore - would be his replacement should Gilbert not be able to play.

Outside linebacker LaMarr Woodley was limited Wednesday with a knee injury, but returned fully Thursday. Brett Keisel (ribs) and Heath Miller (rest) returned fully to Thursday's practice.

The Steelers host the Ravens at 1 p.m. ET Sunday, Oct. 27.

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