Ravens Depth Chart Changes, Practice Observations
By Brett Foote
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Like all teams this time of year, the Ravens depth chart isn’t set in stone yet.
Gary Kubiak is installing a new offense, and it’s going to be one with an identity. If you have spent the last few seasons wondering if the Ravens were a run-first or pass-first team, this should be music to your ears.
Could Chris Canty get cut? He hasn’t shown up for voluntary work, which is usually no big deal for a 10 year vet. But when you don’t live up to expectations and you play on a team that spent its offseason acquiring young talent on the d-line, it may be time to wake up.
Random observations from practice – Smith continues to shine, Justin Forsett second on depth chart behind Rice.
Dec 29, 2013; Cincinnati, OH, USA; Baltimore Ravens defensive end Chris Canty (99) and nose tackle Terrence Cody (62) against the Cincinnati Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium. Bengals defeated the Ravens 34-17. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports