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  • 5/29, 8:24 am
    • Pitta (hip) took part in individual...

      Pitta (hip) took part in individual drills at OTAs on Thursday, CSN Mid-Atlantic's Bo Smolka reports.

      Analysis: The Ravens have generally expressed optimism regarding Pitta potentially resuming his career, but the team has also acknowledged the possibility he won't play again, and TE Maxx Williams was recently drafted in the second round. While there probably won't be anything approaching certainty until the season draws closer, it does seem that Pitta's recovery is progressing as expected. Even with Williams expected to assume a significant role, the Ravens could certainly use Pitta's help, given the lack of proven veteran receiving options on the roster.

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  • 5/29, 6:41 am
    • Thurmond (chest) is playing safety at...

      Thurmond (chest) is playing safety at OTAs, Philadelphia Magazine reports.

      Analysis: Thurmond, who signed a one-year, $3.25 million deal in the offseason, has exclusively played cornerback to this point in his NFL career. It seems Chip Kelly has an affinity for DBs that can play both safety and cornerback, as Jaylen Watkins recently made the switch to safety, and 2015 second-round pick Eric Rowe could end up at either position. With Rowe currently working at cornerback, it looks like the competition for one safety spot will include Thurmond, Earl Wolff (knee), Watkins, Chris Prosinski and Chris Maragos. At the other safety spot, Malcolm Jenkins is locked in as the starter.

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  • 5/29, 6:29 am
    • Watkins, a 2014 fourth-round draft pick,...

      Watkins, a 2014 fourth-round draft pick, is playing safety at OTAs, The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.

      Analysis: With versatile 2015 second-round pick Eric Rowe starting off at cornerback, the Eagles are giving Watkins a look at strong safety, which is a position of greater need. Watkins could compete with Earl Wolff (knee) and a few others for the starting job, and it's also possible the Eagles will eventually give Rowe a look. Both Rowe and Watkins have the size/speed combination to play safety or cornerback, while Walter Thurmond is being asked to add the same versatility, Philadelphia Magazine reports.

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  • 5/29, 4:24 am
    • Hunter has had a couple of...

      Hunter has had a couple of good mini-camp practices, according to head coach Ken Whisenhunt, The Tennessean reports, but the coach qualified that in telling reporters "at some point, you either get it or you won't be in this league anymore. That's the natural order of the NFL."

      Analysis: Those are pretty ominous words from the coach, but it's something Hunter realizes. The 2012 second-round pick out of the University of Tennessee has shown flashes, but he's been invisible for long stretches and unable to get himself open. On the plus side, he averages 18.5 yards per reception and has scored seven touchdowns in 46 receptions. On the negative side, he's had zero or one catch in 14 of 26 NFL games and has caught just 42 percent of his targets. He's got size, speed and impressive leaping ability, but it hasn't added up yet. Hunter faces competition for his targets this season after the Titans added free agents Harry Douglas and Hakeem Nicks, while drafting Dorial Green-Beckam (2nd round, 40th overall) and Tre McBride (7th round, 245th overall).

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  • 5/28, 6:34 pm
    • Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said...

      Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said Smith (foot) is ahead of schedule, Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun reports.

      Analysis: Smith is already participating in parts of OTAs, after undergoing season-ending foot surgery in November. He's been excellent when healthy over the last two seasons, leading the Ravens to give him a four-year contract extension that includes $21 million in guarantees. Smith is locked in as the starting right cornerback, with Lardarius Webb on the other side. It's a talented corner duo, but both players have troublesome injury histories, and neither is a high-end IDP.

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