Dennis Pitta, who has suffered two serious hip injuries, believes that he’ll be back on the field in 2015. “I’m optimistic,” the Ravens tight end said, according to Ryan Mink of BaltimoreRavens.com. “I feel good. But obviously it’s a process. I have an idea in mind of where I’d like to be in a couple months, but at the same time you don’t know. I know what it felt like to do this one time. I’ve never known what it felt like to do it twice.” Recently, coach John Harbaugh said that Pitta has a chance to play this season, depending on how his surgically-repaired hip holds up. More on the Ravens..
- It’s too early in the offseason to know anything for sure, but Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com took a stab at projecting the Ravens’ 53 man roster. At wide receiver, Hensley can see sixth-round pick Darren Waller getting bumped in favor of DeAndre Carter if he wins the team’s kick returner job. Meanwhile, former second-round pick Arthur Brown could be on the bubble with four talented inside linebackers ahead of him.
- Hensley feels that Ravens rookie Buck Allen has the potential to be a starting running back in the NFL. The USC product has the ability to catch the ball as well as run it and that’s key in Marc Trestman’s offense.
- Clifton Brown of CSNBaltimore.com looked at the Ravens‘ cornerback situation following the addition of Kyle Arrington.