Daily Caw: Breshad Perriman, Darren Waller Impress at Ravens Practice


May 28, 2015; Baltimore, MD, USA; Baltimore Ravens players wait for instructions during training camp at the Under Armour Performance Center. Mandatory Credit: Evan Habeeb-USA TODAY Sports

Welcome to the Daily Caw, where we round up all the latest Baltimore Ravens news from around the web.  Today we take a look at some notes from the second round of Ravens’ OTA practices, where both of the team’s wide receiver draft choices from this year were impressive.  Plus, we get some concrete info about training camp complete with a start date.

6/8 news and notes: Breshad Perriman skies for impressive touchdownGarrett Downing, BaltimoreRavens.com

"During 11-on-11 drills, Perriman leapt over a defender to corral a long touchdown from quarterback Joe Flacco.  Perriman made the tough catch in the midst of heavy traffic, showing he has the ability to go up and get the football.Fellow rookie receiver Darren Waller had bright spots of his own. He caught a pair of deep passes down the sideline, and also showed great speed gaining separation from defenders after the catch."

Ravens’ rookies, quarterbacks, injured veterans to report for training camp July 22Aaron Wilson, The Baltimore Sun

"Rookies, quarterbacks and injured veterans will report July 22 and then have a walkthrough practice the following day, according to sources.Last year, the Ravens held their first practice with rookies, quarterbacks and selected veterans on July 22 with all veterans reporting to training camp July 23 and the first full-team practice on July 24."

Animated Marc Trestman adjusting to Baltimore Ravens’ offenseJamison Hensley, ESPN

"“I’ve always been pretty active coaching on the field in a positive way,” Trestman said Monday. “I’m outwardly emotional at the right time. Just kind of let it happen the way it does during practice and in games but more in practice, where you have the chance to move around a little bit more and be a little bit more verbal with the players because there is time to do that.”"

Former Pro Bowler Matt Schaub not changing mindset as a backupGarrett Downing, BaltimoreRavens.com

"Schaub is fully aware he might spend all of 2015 watching from the sidelines, but that reality hasn’t altered his mindset going into his 12th NFL season.“I approach it much the same as if I was ‘the guy.’ You have to,” Schaub said after a recent practice during Organized Team Activities. “The moment you drop that guard and you lose that, then you’re almost not ready. You almost have to put yourself in that role every day, because you never know when that chance might come.”"

“No doubt” secondary will be betterRyan Mink, BaltimoreRavens.com

"Last offseason, the Ravens’ primary focus was offensive line improvement. It returned the following season to be one of the league’s most dominant units.If Baltimore’s secondary can have the same rebound, watch out.“I don’t think there’s going to be any doubt that we’re going to be so much better than we were last year,” Defensive Coordinator Dean Pees said after Monday’s Organized Team Activities (OTAs) practice."

Dean Pees: Matt Elam having best offseason yetGarrett Downing, BaltimoreRavens.com

"Dean Pees started his answer before the reporter had even finished his question.Pees was asked about the performance of third-year safety Matt Elamduring the offseason program, and the Ravens defensive coordinator made his assessment crystal clear.“Best camp he’s had, bar none. Not even close,” Pees responded. “I expect big things out of Matt. I really do.”"

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