Ravens QB Lamar Jackson (illness) returns to practice

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson returned to practice Wednesday and put his chances of starting Sunday at “120 percent.”

Jackson missed Baltimore’s game last week with a non-COVID illness. Backup Tyler Huntley rallied the Ravens to a 16-13 win over the Chicago Bears.

“I think I’m fully back to normal. I want to go out there and just go. I don’t want to go out there and limit myself or have coach limit me,” said Jackson, adding that he has “no clue” what caused him to miss two practices last week and, ultimately, Sunday’s game.

“I just got fatigued. I got some chills. I was out of it. But I’m good now. I’m feeling great.”

Wide receiver Marquise Brown (thigh), defensive tackle Brandon Williams (shoulder) and linebacker Malik Harrison (calf) also returned to practice. Williams and Harrison have missed the past three games while Brown missed Week 11 against the Bears.

Jackson and the Ravens (7-3) host the Cleveland Browns (6-5) on Sunday night. They play the Browns twice in three weeks.

Jackson is completing 64.4 percent of his passes for 2,447 yards and 14 touchdowns against eight interceptions. He has rushed for another 639 yards and two touchdowns.

Brown has 52 catches for 719 yards and six TDs on the season.

Harrison has 22 tackles in seven games (five starts).

Williams had started all six games before his injury, posting 13 tackles and a fumble recovery.