The Ravens top draft pick, linebacker Courtney Upshaw, spent a few hours on the team's non-football injury list after failing to pass his pre-training camp conditioning test Monday.
But he passed the test on his second try and is cleared to practice.
"Yes I missed 1st walk through because of condition test but went back and passed it the same day to make it to the 1st practice Yesterday!!!"Upshaw tweeted Tuesday.
The Ravens confirmed in a tweet that he is cleared to practice.
"So it sounds like @334Upshaw41 will be at practice today after passing conditioning test. Practice starts at 4 p.m.," the team tweeted.
Expected to start as a rookie, Upshaw was placed on the list Monday along with undrafted free agent Bruce Figgins. His presence on the list was a surprise, as he recently posted several tweets about being ready to get to work in Baltimore.
Meanwhile, more significantly, four other players were put on the team's physically unable to perform (PUP) list to start camp, which means theyre dealing with injuries linemen Kelechi Osemele and Jah Reid, receiverreturner David Reed and defensive lineman Pernell McPhee.
Reed is recovering from an ACL tear and offseason knee surgery, while Osemele and Reid suffered minor injuries in the teams spring minicamp. McPhee underwent minor knee surgery last month.
Players who are put on the PUP list in preseason can be moved to the active roster at any time, but once they start practicing, they cant go back on the list.