Baltimore Ravens

Stadium: M&T Bank Stadium | Coach: John Harbaugh
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense14th92.4 (26th)266.9 (8th)
Defense8th103.8 (11th)233.6 (10th)


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Ravens' Terrance West: Faces tough roster battle
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West figures to compete with Trent Richardson and Lorenzo Taliaferro for what might only be one roster spot, the Baltimore Sun reports.

The competition may not even have a roster spot at the end of the line, as the Ravens typically carried just three running backs in recent seasons and it seems Justin Forsett, Javorius Allen and Kenneth Dixon are all locks for the final roster. Injuries might take a toll by the time the regular season rolls around, but it otherwise appears West will face an uphill battle even though he's reportedly in much better shape than in the past. The same is true of Richardson, who's been sidelined at OTAs with a hamstring injury after losing approximately 20 pounds since training camp last year.

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Ravens' Michael Campanaro: Benefits from experience
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Campanaro (calf strain) should benefit from his familiarity with Joe Flacco and ability to contribute in the return game, the Baltimore Sun reports.

A 2014 seventh-round selection, Campanaro has mostly impressed when healthy -- especially during the preseason -- but lower-body injuries have limited him to just eight regular-season games in two years. He admitted in January that 2016 will be a make-or-break season, as he could establish himself as a key slot target for Joe Flacco but might also find himself on the wrong end of the roster bubble. Campanaro isn't off to a great start, dealing with yet another soft-tissue injury in his lower body, this time a calf strain. Granted, the Ravens just began OTAs and won't open training camp for another two months, giving him more than enough time to make a full recovery. In addition to fighting for a role on offense, Campanaro figures to battle Kaelin Clay and rookie sixth-rounder Keenan Reynolds for work in the return game.

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Ravens' Kamalei Correa: Getting some work at inside 'backer
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Correa, the 42nd overall selection in the 2016 NFL Draft, has been getting some work at inside linebacker during OTAs, the Baltimore Sun reports.

A defensive end at Boise State, the 6-foot-3, 243-pound Correa is mostly expected to serve as a 3-4 outside linebacker for the Ravens, with his biggest contribution expected to come as a pass rusher. However, with the team lacking depth at both inside and outside linebacker, it makes sense for Correa to be familiar with a bunch of different positions in the front seven, even if he mostly figures to serve as a sub-package rusher in his first season. He's unlikely to establish IDP relevance anytime soon.

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Ravens' Dennis Pitta: Participates in OTAs, encouraged by progress
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Pitta (hip) had a strong showing at OTAs on Thursday, Don Markus of the Baltimore Sun reports. "To be honest, I feel really good physically out there. I haven't played football for awhile, so there are things that I'm getting back used to... I feel like I'm running like I want to, and used to, so that's very encouraging," Pitta said.

Pitta's return to practice after missing all of last season due to a serious hip injury is a step in the right direction for the veteran tight end, but OTAs are nowhere near as physical as what he'll be up against when the Ravens begin training camp in July. As such, Pitta's progress should likely be taken with a grain of salt at this point because, until he's able to make it through full contact practices, it will be difficult to determine how his hip will hold up. If Pitta is able to return to form this season, he'll be another weapon at the tight end position for Joe Flacco, who already has the likes of Ben Watson, Crockett Gillmore, and Maxx Williams at his disposal.

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Ravens' Breshad Perriman: Back at full speed
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Perriman (knee) returned to full speed during the Ravens' OTAs this week.

Perriman lost his rookie season due to a reoccurring PCL injury last year, but has now gotten to the point where he no longer thinks about his knee while running. At this week's OTAs, Perriman reportedly showed great burst and deep speed. The 2015 first-rounder also practiced with the Ravens' first-team offense on Thursday, and should compete with top wideouts Steve Smith (Achilles), Mike Wallace and Kamar Aiken for snaps during training camp.

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