Ravens starting cornerback Corey Graham said he's almost fully recovered from a stomach virus that caused major nausea and sidelined him at practice Wednesday.
"It's coming along," Graham said. "It's nothing, just a stomach virus. I was throwing up all over the place. I feel 10 times better than I did."
Chris Johnson, who was out for the Ravens' 16-13 win over the San Diego Chargers due to a strained hamstring, returned to practice on a limited basis Wednesday.
Johnson had a key forced fumble against the Pittsburgh Steelers in a 13-10 win and hopes to return this week against the Steelers for Sunday's game at M&T Bank Stadium.
"I'm ready to go," Johnson said. "I'm ready to get back out there and contibute to the team anyway I can. I've played them before, I'm used to their scheme. I feel a lot better. Last week, I felt good, but we didn't want to go towards that way. I'm ready to go now."
Ravens' Corey Graham recovering from stomach virus
Starting cornerback feeling better after missing practice Wednesday
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