Player News - Ravens

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The Baltimore Sun's Jeff Zrebiec did not see Alex Lewis take a snap at right tackle during the offseason program.

The Ravens reportedly believe Lewis' best position is left guard, and it looks like they are keeping him there despite serious questions at right tackle. That could suggest Baltimore plans to bring someone in before training camp, but James Hurst looks like the favorite for now. In addition to right tackle, the Ravens have a big hole at center.
Jun 22 - 9:57 AM

The Baltimore Sun's Jeff Zrebiec believes the Ravens will use more three-wide sets this season.

According to Zrebiec, Baltimore used three receivers on 58 percent of their plays last year. With Dennis Pitta no longer around and Jeremy Maclin in the fold, that number is likely to rise this season, which is good news for likely No. 3 Breshad Perriman. Still, Perriman's breakout potential took a big hit when Maclin signed, and he is no better than a late-round flier.
Jun 22 - 9:50 AM

Ravens OT James Hurst worked at right tackle during offseason workouts.

A 2014 UDFA, Hurst was one of PFF's lowest rated tackles over three starts last year. He's the in-house favorite to replace Rick Wagner, but Baltimore could add a veteran before training camp. Ryan Clady, Orlando Franklin, and Austin Pasztor are the top free agents available.
Source: ESPN
Jun 21 - 4:44 PM

Appearing on Adam Schefter's Know Them From Adam podcast, Jeremy Maclin revealed he played through a torn groin in 2016.

Until now, the nature of Maclin's groin issue wasn't known. Maclin injured his groin two snaps into Week 9, missed the next four games, and was held under 30 yards in 3-of-5 games to end the year. Since his release from the Chiefs, some have said Maclin "lost a step," understandable considering he was playing with a groin tear. Maclin didn't need surgery and said he is now 100 percent.
Jun 21 - 9:17 AM

Ravens DC Dean Pees said the team views first-rounder Marlon Humphrey as a boundary corner.

"They all can play in the slot," Pees said. "That being said, we really like him as an outside guy." The designation is important with slot-corner Tavon Young set to miss the entire season with a torn ACL. With Humphrey out of the running, sixth-round sophomore Maurice Canady and veteran Brandon Boykin will likely compete with Lardarius Webb for Young's former job.
Jun 20 - 8:35 AM

The Baltimore Sun's Jeff Zrebiec wrote he "lost track of how many" passes Danny Woodhead caught during minicamp.

It is not surprising considering Woodhead has multiple 75-catch seasons under his belt, but it is still good to get confirmation. In addition to his large role as a pass catcher, Woodhead should be on the field often in the red zone, which is bad news for Terrance West. Even after Kenneth Dixon returns from his four-game suspension, Woodhead will likely be the Ravens back to own both in standard and PPR.
Jun 19 - 8:54 AM

The Baltimore Sun's Jeff Zrebiec writes TE Darren Waller struggled with consistency during the offseason program.

"On one play, he’s running past starting safety Tony Jefferson and making a big catch downfield," Zrebiec wrote. "A few plays later, a pass bounced off his hands and was intercepted." A converted wide receiver, Zrebiec believes Waller is "the most talented and gifted tight end" on the roster who can help the Ravens become faster on offense. If he can become more consistent, Waller has a path to targets with Dennis Pitta gone and Ben Watson (Achilles'), Maxx Williams (knee), and Crockett Gillmore (shoulder, back) returning from injuries.
Jun 19 - 8:48 AM

The Baltimore Sun's Jeff Zrebiec writes WR/KR Keenan Reynolds looks "far more natural as both a receiver and a returner" this offseason.

An option quarterback at Navy, Reynolds struggled in his transition to receiver as a rookie, but Zrebiec writes he "fielded punts cleanly and confidently" while making "a handful of tough catches" at minicamp. Reynolds remains a longshot to make the final roster in a suddenly crowded receiver room, but he will help his chances dramatically if he proves capable as a returner.
Jun 19 - 8:42 AM

Ravens senior offensive assistant Greg Roman said, "I'm looking forward to [Terrance West] toting the rock this year."

West has been considered the Ravens' starter during Kenneth Dixon's four-game suspension, but Roman is suggesting that West will not be benched when Dixon returns. Earlier this month, ESPN's Jamison Hensley called West the "unquestioned starter." Dixon and West will battle for carries, and Danny Woodhead will be used on passing downs and in the red zone.
Jun 15 - 2:10 PM

Ravens coach John Harbaugh said TE Maxx Williams (knee) is uncertain for the start of training camp.

Williams underwent a knee surgery Harbaugh said "no other football player has had" this offseason. Williams recently said he is feeling great, but it seems unlikely he is cleared in time for camp. After two disappointing years, Williams has a great shot to earn targets following Dennis Pitta's injury and release, but he needs to get and stay healthy.
Jun 15 - 1:41 PM

ESPN Ravens reporter Jamison Hensley reports Jeremy Maclin is expected to play slot receiver in Baltimore.

It makes sense with field stretchers Mike Wallace and Breshad Perriman outside. Maclin played nearly half of his 2016 snaps at slot receiver in Kansas City, and caught 6-of-8 touchdown passes when aligned in the slot the year before. Everyone knows by now there is a bevy of available targets in Baltimore. Dennis Pitta's release opens up even more opportunity over the middle and down the seams, which is where Maclin will mainly work.
Source: ESPN.com
Jun 15 - 1:05 PM

Ravens RG Marshal Yanda (shoulder) guaranteed he will be ready for Week 1.

Yanda wouldn't say if he'll be ready for training camp as he continues to rehab from labrum surgery. He's heading into his age-33 season and doesn't necessarily need to practice to be ready to play in the opener. Yanda has been Pro Football Focus' No. 1 overall guard in back-to-back-to-back years.
Source: ESPN.com
Jun 14 - 12:32 PM

Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti said Chris Moore is the team's No. 4 receiver.

That means Moore is ahead of Michael Campanaro, although they essentially play different positions. Moore is a perimeter receiver, while Campanaro mans the slot and can return punts. A 2016 fourth-round pick, Moore is behind Jeremy Maclin, Mike Wallace, and Breshad Perriman on the depth chart.
Jun 13 - 9:06 PM

Joe Flacco said Danny Woodhead brings an element to the Ravens' offense they've been missing since Ray Rice.

"Ever since we lost Ray, we haven’t had the type of back quite like Ray was and quite like Danny is in the passing game," said Flacco. "They just have a very good feel for when they’re open, how to get open, how to sit in holes, how to find my eyes." Coach John Harbaugh called Woodhead a "big part of the passing game." Despite missing almost all of 2016 with a torn ACL, Woodhead has been a full participant at Ravens OTAs and minicamp.
Jun 13 - 4:52 PM

Ravens WR Michael Campanaro (toe) is sitting out minicamp.

He suffered the toe sprain at OTAs. Hyped as a sleeper in fantasy circles before the Jeremy Maclin signing, Campanaro is now ticketed for return duties only in Baltimore. Coach John Harbaugh expects Campanaro back for training camp.
Jun 13 - 3:01 PM


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