Will Hill: Will He Return to Baltimore Ravens in 2015?


Nov 9, 2014; Baltimore, MD, USA; Baltimore Ravens safety Will Hill (33) reacts after knocking down a pass against the Tennessee Titans at M&T Bank Stadium. The Ravens won 21-7. Mandatory Credit: Evan Habeeb-USA TODAY Sports

Welcome to the Daily Caw, where we round up all the latest Ravens news from around the web for your consumption.  Today we ponder the likelihood that safety Will Hill returns to the Ravens next season, peruse the entire Ravens injury report for Monday Night Football, and a snapshot of the turnover this team has faced since its last meaningful game in New Orleans.

Does Will Hill Return in 2015?

Obviously, the Ravens would like to have Hill back.  They think highly enough of him to quickly slide Hill into the starting lineup after his suspension was up.  Of course, the price will have to be right.  The Ravens aren’t going to overpay anybody, and they really can’t afford to anyway.

Combined with his troubled past, Hill has played well so far but hasn’t been elite by any means so (as of today) his price tag should be affordable.  There is still the chance he might explode over the next six games, of course, and punch his ticket to a big contract.

Ravens rule out Michael Campanaro, Jah Reid

The hope was that Campanaro would be over his hamstring injury following the bye week, but he simply isn’t ready yet.  It’s really a shame because the Ravens need his speed and playmaking potential on the field going forward.  Reid, on the other hand, is recovering from a broken hand.

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