LONDON — Ravens outside linebacker David Ojabo said Thursday that he was “working day by day” to return this season after hurting his knee and ankle last month.

Ojabo, speaking ahead of Sunday’s game against the Tennessee Titans at London’s Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, did not have a timetable for his recovery but said, “God willing,” he would be back before the end of his second season in Baltimore.

Ojabo left the Ravens’ Week 3 loss to the Indianapolis Colts and was later placed on injured reserve. Coach John Harbaugh indicated that Ojabo was considering surgery, which would end his season, but the 2022 second-round pick said Thursday he was focused on his rehabilitation.

“Everything’s in God’s hands,” he said. “You control what you can, and keep my mentals up praying and staying close to my family.”

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Ojabo played in just two games as a rookie as he recovered from an Achilles tendon tear he suffered during the predraft process. Over five career games, he has two sacks, both of which led to fumbles.

In other injury news Thursday, outside linebacker Jadeveon Clowney and safety Geno Stone returned to practice, giving the Ravens a largely healthy roster ahead of Sunday’s game.

Only outside linebacker Odafe Oweh, sidelined since Week 2 by an ankle injury, was missing. Clowney dealt with an illness Wednesday and did not practice, while Stone missed practice with a hamstring injury.