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  Ravens | Breshad Perriman sitting again    Mon Aug 3, 09:05 PM

Baltimore Ravens WR Breshad Perriman (knee) missed a fourth straight practice Monday, Aug. 3, due to his bruised knee.

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  Ravens | Elvis Dumervil still sidelined    Mon Aug 3, 09:05 PM

Baltimore Ravens LB Elvis Dumervil (knee) missed a fourth straight practice Monday, Aug. 3, as he continues to recover from knee tendinitis.

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  Ravens | Matt Elam out for the season    Mon Aug 3, 03:32 PM

Baltimore Ravens FS Matt Elam (biceps) will have surgery on his torn biceps soon and will officially be out for the season.

Footballguys view: Elam was set to give the Ravens quality depth behind Will Hill at the safety position. He's been a disappointment to this point in his career, but Elam had trimmed his body fat in an effort to play with better quickness and agility. Now, he'll have to wait until next season to show what he can do.

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  Ravens | Matt Elam tears biceps    Mon Aug 3, 10:47 AM

Baltimore Ravens FS Matt Elam (arm) will likely miss the entire 2015 season with a torn biceps muscle suffered during a full-contact practice Sunday, Aug. 2.

Footballguys view: Look for Will Hill and Kendrick Lewis to cement full-time roles in this secondary with Elam out. He was not returning the expected performance on a first-round pick and the Ravens defense might not be hurt that much by his absence.

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  Ravens | Marlon Brown considered day-to-day    Sun Aug 2, 09:18 AM

Baltimore Ravens WR Marlon Brown (back) is regarded as day-to-day.

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  Ravens | Breshad Perriman will need more time    Sun Aug 2, 09:18 AM

Baltimore Ravens WR Breshad Perriman (knee) may take more time than the team initially hoped he'd need to recover from a bruised knee. The injury is still not regarded as long-term at this point.

Footballguys view: These practices and reps could be the difference between a hot and slow start for a raw rookie like Perriman. There's no reason to move him down your board yet, but if this lingers and costs him preseason games, it can't be seen as a positive.

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  Ravens | Marc Trestman plans to use running game    Sat Aug 1, 07:02 PM

Baltimore Ravens offensive coordinator Marc Trestman said Saturday, Aug. 1, he plans to emphasize the team's running game in 2015. 'Ravens football starts with the running game, and that doesn't mean you're not going to throw the ball,' Trestman said via ESPN.com. 'But the emphasis here is we want to be a great running football team and we have the players to do that. So that's where we start,' said Trestman.

Footballguys view: Trestman will use Justin Forsett a lot as a receiver, and he should be able to compile around 1,000 yards on the ground. Remember that Trestman LOVES to pass inside the 10-yard line. This means Forsett may not get many opportunities as a runner when the team gets close to pay dirt.

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  Ravens | Breshad Perriman day-to-day    Sat Aug 1, 03:23 PM

Baltimore Ravens WR Breshad Perriman (knee) is considered day-to-day with a bruised knee. Perriman has missed two practices in a row because of the injury.

Footballguys view: The rookie is talented but raw. The Ravens need to ease him along as he deals with this knee problem. The more reps he can get on the field the better as Perriman knows how to get open deep, but he's not a refined route-runner. Perriman should one day be a starter on the outside, but he may begin this season as a reserve for the Ravens.

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  Ravens | Elvis Dumervil update    Sat Aug 1, 02:39 PM

Updating a previous report, Baltimore Ravens LB Elvis Dumervil (knee) missed his second consecutive practice Saturday, Aug. 1, because of knee tendinitis.

Footballguys view: Dumervil is a seasoned veteran, so it's not like he needs a ton of reps in the preseason. We'll see if he can bounce back soon from this knee problem.

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  Ravens | Lardarius Webb activated    Fri Jul 31, 04:47 PM

Baltimore Ravens CB Lardarius Webb (undisclosed) was activated from the Non-Football Injury list Friday, July 31, after he was able to pass his conditioning test. Webb participated in practice Friday.

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  Ravens | Maxx Williams performs well Friday    Fri Jul 31, 04:46 PM

Baltimore Ravens TE Maxx Williams ran sharp routes and showed strong hands during practice Friday, July 31. He was also targeted often in short yardage situations during team drills.

Footballguys view: Rookie tight ends take some time to make an impact in the NFL. We love Williams' upside as a player, and his skill set is reminiscent of a young Jason Witten. This season, Williams will work to prove himself but we'll likely see Crockett Gillmore as the team's starter to begin the year.

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  Ravens | Breshad Perriman sits out    Fri Jul 31, 11:25 AM

Baltimore Ravens WR Breshad Perriman (knee) is not practicing Friday, July 31, because of a minor knee injury.

Footballguys view: All accounts say this is not significant and something that should only sideline for Perriman for days, not weeks. Still, if you are banking on him in redraft this year, you want the raw size/speed deep threat to get every rep he can this summer.

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  Ravens | Lardarius Webb put on NFI list    Thu Jul 30, 06:24 PM

Baltimore Ravens CB Lardarius Webb (undisclosed) was placed on the Non-Football Injury list Thursday, July 30.

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  Ravens | Cam Worthy goes to IR    Thu Jul 30, 06:15 PM

Free-agent WR Cam Worthy (foot) was placed on Reserve/Injured Thursday, July 30, after being waived/injured Thursday, July 29.


  Ravens | C.J. Mosley cleared for contact    Thu Jul 30, 12:32 PM

Baltimore Ravens LB C.J. Mosley (wrist) said his broken wrist is close to 100% and that he has been cleared to participate in contact drills.

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  Ravens | Breshad Perriman suffers minor injury    Thu Jul 30, 12:05 PM

Baltimore Ravens WR Breshad Perriman (knee) suffered a minor knee injury during practice Thursday, July 30, and could miss a day or two of practice.

Footballguys view: The rookie is talented, but he's raw and this injury isn't going to help him in the battle for the WR2 spot opposite Steve Smith. At this time, Kamar Aiken or Marlon Brown seemed poised for that role. Perriman is a deep threat, but he needs to get healthy, stay healthy and refine his game before we see a breakout.

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  Ravens | Lardarius Webb placed on PUP list    Thu Jul 30, 12:05 PM

Baltimore Ravens CB Lardarius Webb (undisclosed) was placed on the Active/Physically Unable to Perform list Thursday, July 30, because he was not able to pass the conditioning test.

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  Ravens | Tom Nelson signed as WR    Wed Jul 29, 12:58 PM

Free-agent FS Tom Nelson (Panthers) signed with the Baltimore Ravens Wednesday, July 29, and will be used as a wide receiver. Terms of the contract were not disclosed.

Footballguys view: Nelson is likely just a camp body, but the former Illinois State free safety can run a 4.3 40-yard dash and could be used as a returner.

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  Ravens | Cam Worthy waived/injured    Wed Jul 29, 12:50 PM

Baltimore Ravens WR Cam Worthy (foot) was waived/injured Wednesday, July 29. Worthy recently met with Dr. James Andrews and may need foot surgery since has had stress fractures in his foot.

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  Ravens | Justin Forsett could see big workload    Wed Jul 29, 01:48 AM

Baltimore Ravens RB Justin Forsett is likely to see another substantial workload, as offensive coordinator Marc Trestman is a big believer in the running game, and the team will maintain the same zone blocking system they had last year under former offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak.

Footballguys view: That's great news for Forsett. He's custom made for the zone-blocking system, and that's one of the reasons why he excelled last year. Forsett might be pulled near the goal line (Trestman LOVES to pass inside the 10), but he could catch 60 or more passes in this offense...in addition to rushing for over 1,000 yards. Forsett is a RB2 with RB1 upside for fantasy owners.

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  Ravens | Crockett Gillmore has bulked up    Wed Jul 29, 01:47 AM

Baltimore Ravens TE Crockett Gillmore has bulked up to 275 pounds during the offseason, but has maintained his speed. He is considered the favorite to start. While his strength is blocking, he has good hands, too.

Footballguys view: Reports have indicated that rookie Maxx Williams isn't ready to challenge for the starting job. Gillmore is a good all-around tight end, but he lacks the speed to challenge the seam of a defense. Even as the Ravens starter, we can't see him more than a low-end TE2 at best.

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  Ravens | Michael Campanaro is a full go    Wed Jul 29, 01:46 AM

Baltimore Ravens WR Michael Campanaro (quadriceps) said Tuesday, July 28, that he is a full go for training camp after partially tearing his quadriceps during the spring.

Footballguys view: The team will monitor the young wideout closely as he comes back from this injury. Campanaro is kind of the forgotten man in the wide receiver corps. We'll see if he can impress more than guys like Kamar Aiken, Marlon Brown and rookie Breshad Perriman.

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  Ravens | Kamar Aiken ahead for now    Wed Jul 29, 01:46 AM

Baltimore Ravens WR Kamar Aiken worked consistently with the first-team offense throughout minicamps and organized team activities (OTAs). He is trying to hold off WRs Marlon Brown and Breshad Perriman for the starting job opposite WR Steve Smith Sr.

Footballguys view: Marc Trestman's offense is going to be pass-happy compared to what we saw with Gary Kubiak last year. Aiken could have a bit more fantasy punch than some think. Keep him on your waiver-wire speed dial for now, and continue to watch this WR2 battle for the Ravens unfold in the preseason.

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  Ravens | Breshad Perriman still adjusting    Wed Jul 29, 01:45 AM

Baltimore Ravens WR Breshad Perriman struggled with dropping routine passes in offseason workouts while making difficult grabs. He needs to become more consistent if he is to edge out WRs Kamar Aiken and Marlon Brown for a starting job.

Footballguys view: That sounds about right. Perriman has talent, but right now he's nothing more than a deep threat. He's got the speed to get on top of the defense in a hurry, but he needs to refine his game. We love Perriman's upside, but fantasy owners will likely have to wait for a breakout from the rookie.

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  Ravens | Work out three quarterbacks    Tue Jul 28, 07:33 PM

Undrafted free-agent QBs D.J. X. Williams (Grambling State) and Austin Trainor (West Georgia) and free-agent QB Trent Steelman (Ravens) worked out for the Baltimore Ravens Tuesday, July 28.

Footballguys view: None of these three should be of interest to any fantasy owner....not even those in super deep dynasty leagues.

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  Ravens | Terrence Brooks officially placed on PUP list    Fri Jul 24, 05:11 PM

Baltimore Ravens CB Terrence Brooks (knee) was officially placed on the Physically Unable to Perform list, as expected, Friday, July 24.

Footballguys view: He's been down since December after having ACL surgery. He'll likely start the season on the PUP list, but there's a chance he could return later in the year.

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  Ravens | Dennis Pitta officially goes on PUP list    Fri Jul 24, 05:05 PM

Baltimore Ravens TE Dennis Pitta (hip) was officially placed on the Physically Unable to Perform list Friday, July 24.

Footballguys view: No surprise here. Pitta missed all of the offseason workouts so far, and there's a good chance he could begin the regular season on the PUP list.

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  Ravens | Breshad Perriman to be No. 2 WR?    Fri Jul 24, 03:31 PM

Baltimore Ravens WR Breshad Perriman is projected to start opposite WR Steve Smith this year, according to ESPN.com's Jamison Hensley.

Footballguys view: Perriman is the definition of a deep threat. He averaged more than 20 yards per catch over the last two years at UCF. The Ravens will use his ability to stretch the field while guys like Smith and the tight ends clean up on underneath routes. We like him as a WR4/WR5 with upside.

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  Ravens | Javorius Allen placed on NFI list    Thu Jul 23, 05:47 PM

Baltimore Ravens RB Javorius Allen (undisclosed) was placed on the Non-Football Injury list Thursday, July 23.

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  Ravens | Cam Worthy placed on PUP    Wed Jul 22, 07:05 PM

Baltimore Ravens WR Cam Worthy (foot) was placed on the Phyiscally Unable to Perform list Wednesday, July 22.

Footballguys view: Worthy is a long-framed deep target who could be a poor man's Malcom Floyd. The Ravens have a lot of long-term opportunity on the wide receiver depth chart, so Worthy is a name to monitor in very deep dynasty leagues if he can get on the field for the preseason.


  Ravens | Lorenzo Taliaferro to face competition    Wed Jul 22, 01:15 PM

Baltimore Ravens RB Lorenzo Taliaferro is expected to be pushed by RB Javorius Allen for the No. 2 running back job, but he likely will enter training camp as the favorite for the job because of his experience.

Footballguys view: Allen was picked up in the fourth round of the 2015 NFL draft. Coming out of USC, Allen is known as a player who can make defenders miss in the open field. He's a big back (220 pounds), but he's not a power back. He's got an upright running style and is a bit more dainty as a runner than most backs his size. We think Taliaferro wins the job.

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  Ravens | Maxx Williams faces steep learning curve    Tue Jul 21, 10:02 PM

Baltimore Ravens TE Maxx Williams' play was inconsistent during offseason workouts and expectations for the rookie should be kept in check, in the opinion of The Baltimore Sun's Jeff Zrebiec.

Footballguys view: Williams has good upside as a pro, and his game always reminded us of a young Jason Witten. The rookie will have to get on track with the pro game, and he'll have to prove that he's a better starting option than second-year pro Crockett Gillmore. In addition to having arguably the coolest name in all of football, Gillmore has strong hands and is a savvy player who can move the chains.

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  Ravens | Dennis Pitta to open on PUP    Tue Jul 21, 08:41 AM

Baltimore Ravens TE Dennis Pitta (hip) is expected to open the season on the Physically Unable to Perform list, according to sources. This would mean he'll miss at least the first six games. He has rehabilitated the hip to the point where he's able to do some route running and individual drills, but wasn't allowed to fully participate during the Ravens' offseason practices.

Footballguys view: Pitta's career may be done, and starting the season--not training camp, the season--on PUP shows just how serious this injury is. We're not surprised by this move as it was always expected, and that's why the Ravens moved to add tight end talent this year. In the second round of the 2015 NFL draft, they added Maxx Williams from Minnesota. He reminds us of a young Jason Witten (Cowboys), and the rookie will compete with second-year pro Crockett Gillmore for the starting tight end position in 2015.

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  Ravens | Crockett Gillmore has improved hands    Mon Jul 20, 04:14 PM

Baltimore Ravens TE Crockett Gillmore has improved catching the football this offseason. He has shown strong hands and supposedly has hardly let the ball hit the ground.

Footballguys view: The Ravens are trying to fill the void left by Owen Daniels, and Crockett could be part of the answer at tight end. The team also added rookie Maxx Williams in the second round of the draft. Williams is more athletic than Crockett and might take over as the primary tight end if he doesn't win the starting job outright in training camp.

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  Ravens | Ace Sanders not expected to be option    Mon Jul 20, 01:46 PM

Free-agent WR Ace Sanders (Jaguars) is not expected to be an option for the Baltimore Ravens entering training camp.

Footballguys view: Sanders was cut by the Jaguars....let that sink in. A team in need of playmakers at wide receiver and returner decided to let him go. That's not a good sign for his future in the NFL. Some team may bring him on board as a camp body in 2015.

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  Ravens | Reggie Wayne not an option for Ravens    Mon Jul 20, 01:45 PM

Free-agent WR Reggie Wayne (Colts) is not expected to be pursued by the Baltimore Ravens since the team does not see wide receiver as a pressing need.

Footballguys view: Wayne wants to play for a Super Bowl contender, and Baltimore certainly fits the bill. It seems like they're content rolling forward with young guys like Breshad Perriman, Kamar Aiken and Marlon Brown behind seasoned veteran Steven Smith.

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  Ravens | Reggie Wayne drawing interest from Ravens    Mon Jul 20, 08:27 AM

Free-agent WR Reggie Wayne (Colts) is drawing interest from the Baltimore Ravens.

Footballguys view: Going to Baltimore might make the most sense for Wayne. He's not the same player he used to be, but the Ravens lack proven talent behind Steve Smith. Wayne's presence and guidance could be good for guys like Kamar Aiken, Breshad Perriman and Marlon Brown.

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  Ravens | Michael Campanaro could be slot WR    Thu Jul 16, 03:08 PM

Baltimore Ravens WR Michael Campanaro (quadriceps) could be used as a slot receiver if he is healthy for the regular season.

Footballguys view: Campanaro will be competing with guys like Marlon Brown for that third spot on the depth chart. Opposite Steve Smith, there will be a competition between rookie Breshad Perriman and Kamar Aiken (Brown could be in the mix too). With Marc Trestman as the team's new offensive coordinator, the Ravens will put the ball in the air a lot. Fantasy owners in deeper leagues should be monitoring this group behind Smith.

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  Ravens | Justin Forsett played well in 2014    Thu Jul 16, 12:25 PM

Baltimore Ravens RB Justin Forsett averaged 5.4 yards per carry last season and also had 17 rushes of more than 20 yards, which was the most among running backs in both categories.

Footballguys view: Forsett is a talented and efficient runner who can take advantage of the space he's given. Last year, Forsett ranked second (behind former Cowboys RB DeMarco Murray) in rushing yards before contact with 901 yards. His average of 3.83 yards before contact per rush led all running backs in 2014. The Ravens OL will help blast open holes for Forsett once again this year.

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  Ravens | Marlon Brown ready for the next step?    Sun Jul 12, 08:55 AM

Baltimore Ravens WR Marlon Brown worked out four days a week during the offseason and watched more film than in the past. He has impressed wide receivers coach Bobby Engram, 'You really saw Marlon come on strong the last half of last season, and we see the same thing in OTAs and minicamp,' he said. 'He's made a lot of plays, and he understands multiple positions. He's a worker and he's a technician who's learning how to continue to hone his craft.' Head coach John Harbaugh also noted, 'He's just a really gifted player. Like I said, I have high hopes for him. I really want to see him break out.'

Footballguys view: Brown was a vaunted high school recruit who never panned out because of injuries. He has shown some of that promise since signing with the Ravens as a UDFA in 2013, and could be featured in the red zone this year. If first-round pick Breshad Perriman isn't ready, Brown could even start for this team. He should be on your waiver wire speed dial list.

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  Ravens | Matt Schaub helping Joe Flacco    Fri Jul 10, 09:40 PM

Baltimore Ravens QB Joe Flacco said QB Matt Schaub has helped him understand the concepts of offensive coordinator Marc Trestman's system.

Footballguys view: Schaub is more valuable as a coach than a backup quarterback at this point. Trestman's system will retain some of the element of Gary Kubiak's, whom Schaub was under for most of his career in Houston. The Trestman philosophy is more pass-friendly, which should help Flacco's fantasy value once some steady options at WR and TE are established.

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  Ravens | Sam Koch receives extension    Thu Jul 9, 02:32 PM

Baltimore Ravens P Sam Koch agreed to a five-year contract extension with the team Thursday, July 9. Financial terms were not disclosed.

Footballguys view: Koch is one of the team's longest tenured members now with Terrell Suggs.

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  Ravens | Chris Canty leading candidate to start    Wed Jul 8, 12:15 PM

Baltimore Ravens DE Chris Canty is considered the favorite for one of the starting defensive end jobs this season but will be pushed by DEs Brent Urban, Kapron Lewis-Moore, Lawrence Guy and Carl Davis during training camp.

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  Ravens | Crockett Gillmore top choice to start    Wed Jul 8, 12:14 PM

Baltimore Ravens TE Crockett Gillmore appears to be the most likely candidate to start at tight end this season since he is the closest thing the team has to a two-way tight end.

Footballguys view: Gillmore is the starter more by default than because of the strides he has made heading into his second season. Second-round pick Maxx Williams will need to be brought along slowly in his rookie year, and the team will be thrilled if they get anything from Dennis Pitta. Gillmore is unlikely to be relevant in fantasy leagues, but the Ravens lack of proven WR options could give him a chance to exceed low expectations.

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  Ravens | Breshad Perriman talks drops    Tue Jul 7, 03:21 PM

Baltimore Ravens rookie WR Breshad Perriman said he's taking a mental approach to working on his issue of dropped passes. 'It's really all mental,' Perriman said. 'I talk to myself, tell myself the things that I need to do to complete those passes and just try to step it up a notch more.'

Footballguys view: Mental/concentration drops are certainly easier to stomach and fix than ones based on bad technique or ball skills. Perriman will be a boom/bust option this year, with more boom than bust if he can be better at converting deep targets to catches than Torrey Smith was.

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  Ravens | Breshad Perriman hopes to start    Mon Jul 6, 01:41 PM

Baltimore Ravens WR Breshad Perriman said he hopes to win a starting job during training camp and wants to make an immediate impact as a deep threat. Perriman said he has been working on improving his route running leading up to training camp.

Footballguys view: Perriman isn't having anything handed to him, and we wouldn't blame the Ravens if they did install him as a starter unconditionally, because his competition is Kamar Aiken and Marlon Brown. Perriman's deep speed should replace the element in the offense that Torrey Smith took with him to San Francisco. Perriman's biggest weakness is inconsistent hands, but Smith wasn't stellar in that area either. The rookie is a good upside WR4/WR5 in the eighth round or later.

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  Ravens | Dennis Pitta may start camp on PUP list    Fri Jul 3, 07:53 PM

Baltimore Ravens TE Dennis Pitta (hip) has not been cleared to practice at this point and could begin training camp on the Physically Unable to Perform list.

Footballguys view: If Pitta even plays again it will be a victory. The Ravens can't be counting on him this year. Second-year tight end Crockett Gillmore and 2015 second-round pick Maxx Williams will handle the duties, but chances are neither will be relevant in fantasy leagues this year. Justin Forsett and Steve Smith are likely to lead the Ravens in receptions this year.

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  Ravens | Michael Campanaro on track    Thu Jul 2, 12:17 PM

Baltimore Ravens WR Michael Campanaro (quadriceps) has made quick progress in his rehab from an offseason quadriceps injury and expects to be ready for the start of training camp. Campanaro has been rehabbing at the team's facility and has started to run.

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  Ravens | WR2 job wide open    Sat Jun 27, 04:15 PM

Garrett Downing, from BaltimoreRavens.com, reports the second wide receiver job for the Ravens is up for grabs in training camp. Marlon Brown, Kamar Aiken and rookie Breshad Perriman have all received first-team reps in minicamp opposite Steve Smith.

Footballguys view: Brown seems to be the frontrunner here, but he'll have to beat out the rest of the group to earn that job. Perriman is an interesting rookie to watch, and he's got better upside than Brown. We think Brown is better suited as a slot receiver.

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  Ravens | Crockett Gillmore has solid offseason    Wed Jun 24, 04:40 PM

Baltimore Ravens TE Crockett Gillmore showed an improved ability to catch passes in traffic this offseason and was one of the surprises during the offseason workouts. He is expected to compete for the starting tight end job during training camp.

Footballguys view: We like Gillmore as an all-purpose tight end. He's tough as nails and can work well as a blocker, but he's also a decent receiver who can make difficult catches. However, he's not the athlete that rookie Maxx Williams is. We expect Williams to eventually win the starting tight end job in Baltimore because he can fly down the field and creates mismatches every time he plays.

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