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When the Ravens visited Frederick Douglass High School following the riots in Baltimore, wide receiver Michael Campanaro wanted to remain involved and do something to help out the football program.
Former Ravens cornerback Antoine Cason won't play this season after undergoing surgery Tuesday.
The best news to come out of minicamp for the Ravens was that while several players got banged up a bit, including rookie tight end Maxx Williams, the team exited the week with no significant injuries.
Ravens Pro Bowl inside linebacker C.J. Mosley expects to be fully ready for training camp following a wrist surgery that prevented him from taking part in full-team drills during offseason practices.
Ravens left offensive tackle Eugene Monroe endured one of his most frustrating seasons last year, struggling mightily with his health.
Ravens rookie offensive guard Robert "Snacks" Myers returned to practice Wednesday after missing one day with a minor shoulder injury.
Heading into the Ravens' minicamp this week, Ravens safety Terrence Brooks has been practicing without any setbacks. That includes participating in full-team drills, an encouraging sign that could allow Brooks to play earlier than anticipated this season.
The Ravens' secondary endured one of its roughest seasons in 2014, with its depth decimated by multiple injuries at cornerback.
Defensive coordinator Dean Pees has third-year safety Matt Elam back at his natural position after he was forced to deploy the 2013 first-round NFL draft pick as a slot cornerback for the Ravens’ injury-hit secondary this past season.