Four Ravens starters returned to practice Thursday ahead of Sunday’s showdown against the Seattle Seahawks.

Running back Gus Edwards (toe), wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. (shoulder), left tackle Ronnie Stanley (shoulder) and outside linebacker Odafe Oweh (ankle/knee) were back after missing Wednesday’s workout. All four were full participants in the practice.

“It’s a great problem to have – to find where to put great players,” Macdonald said. “I think we mentioned it last week; you’ll start to see some guys moving around probably. And again, alluding to matchups and things like that, those are definitely things we’re considering, for sure.”

Right tackle Morgan Moses (shoulder) and cornerback Rock Ya-Sin (illness) missed their second straight practice. Guard Ben Cleveland was also absent, also for illness. Asked about the severity of the team’s injuries, coach John Harbaugh said after practice Wednesday that there was “nothing to really report that’s concerning.”

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He added: “As it goes along in the week, we’ll kind of see it unfold that way.”

Cornerback Kevon Seymour, who’s third on the team in special teams snaps, was waived Thursday, opening a roster spot that could go to safety Daryl Worley (shoulder), who was designated to return off injured reserve this week.

Seymour, a training camp standout, has played just 13 defensive snaps in seven games this season but trails only inside linebackers Del’Shawn Phillips and Malik Harrison in special teams playing time. If he clears waivers, he could rejoin the Ravens on their practice squad.

The Seahawks had three limited participants, safety Jamal Adams (knee), wide receiver Tyler Lockett (hamstring) and linebacker Boye Mafe (shoulder), at practice Thursday.

Guards Anthony Bradford (ankle) and Damien Lewis (ankle/illness), along with wide receiver DK Metcalf, did not practice. All three practiced in some capacity Wednesday.

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