With cornerback Rock Ya-Sin’s return, every player from the Ravens’ 53-man roster was on the field for the final practice ahead of Sunday’s AFC championship game against the Kansas City Chiefs.

For the divisional-round win over the Houston Texans, the team was missing two starters, tight end Mark Andrews (ankle) and cornerback Marlon Humphrey (calf), along with inside linebacker Del’Shawn Phillips (shoulder) and wide receiver Tylan Wallace (knee). Over the course of the week, those players have all returned to the field in some capacity.

On Friday, Phillips was the only player with a doubtful designation. Humphrey, Wallace and Ya-Sin (knee) were listed as questionable, and Andrews is good to go.

It’s a far cry from the injury report for the Chiefs, who have declared four players, including All-Pro left guard Joe Thuney, out for Sunday. Starting nose tackle Derrick Nnadi (triceps) is also out, as are backup wide receiver Skyy Moore (knee) and offensive lineman Prince Tega Wanogho (quad), who are both on injured reserve.

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Additionally, four players — safety Mike Edwards (concussion), linebacker Willie Gay Jr. (neck), running back Isiah Pacheco (ankle/toe) and wide receiver Kadarius Toney (hip) — are questionable. All four are starters. Only Edwards was a full participant at practice Friday. Gay did not practice, and the other two were limited. However, Pacheco told reporters he will play.

The Ravens returned to full strength Friday after Ya-Sin, the only player absent Thursday, returned.

Although he’s down the depth chart, Ya-Sin has played 14 games this season. His role has become more critical with all the injuries to the secondary. If Humphrey cannot play due to his calf injury, Ya-Sin is usually part of the plan, rotating with Ronald Darby or Arthur Maulet.

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Humphrey has practiced every day this week, but he was a limited participant Wednesday and Thursday.

Phillips and Wallace were also limited participants Thursday. While Phillips was working with the linebackers for individual drills, Wallace was off to the side running sprints.

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Andrews, who was a full participant Wednesday and Thursday, was activated off injured reserve ahead of practice.

With Ya-Sin’s return, the only players the Ravens are missing are those on injured reserve for season-ending injuries, including running back Keaton Mitchell (knee).

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