Right tackle Morgan Moses, dressed in a Ravens-branded groutfit, walked onto the practice field to a slow clap from his fellow offensive linemen Friday.

Although Moses (shoulder) did not participate in activities during the open viewing period, with his arrival, every Ravens player on the active roster was accounted for at the team’s final practice ahead of Sunday’s game against the Seattle Seahawks. Moses missed practice Wednesday and Thursday, but coach John Harbaugh didn’t rule him out. The injury report listed him as “doubtful” for Sunday.

“He could play without practice; there’s no doubt about it,” Harbaugh said. “We just have to see how it feels. He wanted to practice today. We just nixed that. But that’s the kind of guy Morgan is. He’s old school.”

Moses missed some snaps at the end of Sunday’s game against the Arizona Cardinals, but Harbaugh later explained the team was trying to limit Moses’ workload and give Patrick Mekari reps with the game in hand.

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Moses missed Baltimore’s Week 5 game at Pittsburgh, ending an iron-man streak of 134 games dating to his rookie season in Washington in 2014.

He returned the next week for the win over the Tennessee Titans in London and has played every game since. When the Ravens returned from Arizona, Harbaugh once again said Monday and Wednesday there was nothing to be concerned about regarding injuries.

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Moses missed practice Wednesday and Thursday before showing up Friday.

The line got two other people back who started the week out. Left tackle Ronnie Stanley (shoulder) returned for Thursday’s practice and participated Friday. Guard Ben Cleveland (illness) did not participate in the first two practices of the week but was out there Friday.

Cornerback Rock Ya-Sin (illness), the other player who missed Thursday’s practice, also participated Friday, as did safety Marcus Williams (hamstring), who has been limited this week. Both were listed as questionable, as was defensive back Daryl Worley (shoulder), who was activated off injured reserve.

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