A hamstring injury has limited Marqise Lee to just two games this season.

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Jaguars wide receiver Marqise Lee hasn't been cleared to play yet in Sunday's game against the Ravens, but the second-year player said he thinks he's ready to return to the field. Now, it's up to the team to agree.

Lee, who has been out since injuring his hamstring in Jacksonville's Week 3 loss to the Patriots, practiced on a limited basis Wednesday.

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"I want to play every week," Lee said, per the Florida Times-Union. "How I feel now, I feel I'm ready to go. Last week, I felt like I was ready to go, but it's not up to me. Everybody feels they're ready to go, but you still have to follow the protocols the trainers and coaches want you to take. I just have to sit back and wait, but I'm positive. I'm looking forward to things going smoothly so we don't have any setbacks."

Jaguars head coach Gus Bradley said Lee looked "pretty good" in practice, adding the team would continue to evaluate the 2014 second-round pick this week before determining if he will play against the Ravens.

Lee has three receptions for 40 yards in two games this season.

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