It was a great day for defensive football in Owings Mills, Maryland. The pass that hit the defender’s hand or the pass that got caught in the white jersey was counted 10 times. However, despite all the defensive successes, wide receiver Rashod Bateman managed the touchdown during the two-minute drill.
Dominated by Justin Madubuike
The third-year defensive lineman was a bystander, winning a mitt with three passes during today’s practice. It is no exaggeration to say that Madbuike was a practicing player among the players who stood out today. After practice, Ravens coach John Harbo was asked about Madubuike’s play this season and his role on the team.
“We really expect him to take off,” Harbaugh said. “He and I talked about it. Justin is hoping to take it to another level and that’s what he’s doing. He was good for last year’s run. But I think it’s more consistent with the run. Look at him with a batting ball and start confusing the pass a bit like getting some sack. He’s good. That’s right. I’m very determined. “
Due to efforts on the Madoubuike line, two pass cuts occurred today. Cornerback Marlon Humphrey benefited from a single chipball and gained some ground before being tagged. The second passcut of the day was a house call by Denzel Williams, who chose Brett Handley’s pass. After surrounding the high snap of Tristan Colon, Handley immediately removed the ball.
It was a rough outing for the center’s Tristan Colon. Tristan Colon snapped some balls that were too high for the signal sender. Fortunately, the expected starting center, Tyler Linderbaum, did not have a bad snap between the availability of the media as a whole today, or in organized team activities.
Lamar Jackson is expected to participate in a mandatory mini camp
Jackson worked away from the team facility during a voluntary OTA, but Harbaugh hopes his first quarterback will return to a compulsory mini-camp.
“I expect [Jackson] Being here for a mandatory mini camp, “Harbaugh said. “I know he’s working hard. As you know, Lamar Jackson is diligent, so I’m not worried about how hard he’s working. He’s back in great shape. I’m completely looking forward to coming. That’s what he’s talking about and I’m sure he’s doing a good job throwing. When he comes back here, we’ll be with Lamar. Roll together. “
Rashodo Bateman shines during a 2-minute drill
In the middle of the practice, Ravens reduced his attack by 6 and performed a two-minute drill in the fourth quarter. Quarterback Brett Hundley uncorked a deep ball to the sprint Bateman after some completions moved the attack beyond the 50-yard line. Bateman found an end zone with 1:01 left on his watch.
James Prosh Shine
For Prosh, who took many passes during practice, this was a turbulent day. During the passscale, he caught a back-to-back short throw, but within 11 seconds, Prosh crossed the top of Denzel Williams for a 30-yard plus grab and became a ruckus.
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