Ideally, the Ravens would like to have two tight ends in the offense when they go to a power running game, but it's hard to find even one starter among the six tight ends on the roster. Because of injuries the Ravens rotated as many as seven tight ends throughout a three-day minicamp last week even though just two were available for most practices. When asked about the injuries, position coach Greg Roman, who is also the running game coordinator, implied it was a position by committee.
Some quick observations from the Ravens' three-day minicamp:Flacco looks more in charge: I can’t say QB Joe Flacco threw the ball any better than he did last season but he just appears more comfortable and relaxed. Of course he moved better than last season when he was coming off major knee surgery, but Flacco was more in charge. This is a make or break year for coach John Harbaugh and his coaching staff, so maybe they will allow Flacco to have more say in the offense and call his own plays.
Ravens outside linebacker Terrell Suggs is handling the twilight of his NFL career in his unique way. It's all going to end with a big smile on his face. As the final practice of the three-day minicamp came to a close Thursday, Suggs started by hijacking team owner Steve Bisciotti's golf cart along with defensive tackle Brandon Williams and ended his session by catching a touchdown pass in the end zone. Why was one of the NFL's top linebackers catching passes? Who knows?
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Selecting a term
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