Daily Caw: Ravens Extreme Makeover, C.J. Mosley Full Go By Training Camp


Dec 28, 2014; Baltimore, MD, USA; Baltimore Ravens linebacker C.J. Mosley (57) gets introduced prior to the game against the Cleveland Browns at M&T Bank Stadium. 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 review the events of the spring and how the Ravens have gone through an extreme makeover of sorts, plus C.J. Mosley is confident that he will be a full go by training camp.

Ravens Pro Bowl linebacker C.J. Mosley says he’ll be full go by training campAaron Wilson, The Baltimore Sun

"“Yeah, I’ll definitely be ready for camp,” Mosley told The Baltimore Sun as the Ravens completed mandatory minicamp. “I’m doing pretty good. I’m getting there.”The Ravens’ leading tackler last season after being selected in the first round of the NFL draft, Mosley hurt his wrist in December. Although the former Alabama All-American and Butkus Award winner was able to participate in individual drills, the team took precautions with Mosley as he practiced on a limited basis with a brace on his surgically repaired left wrist."

Inside look at John Harbaugh, Ozzie Newsome’s special relationshipKevin Byrne, BaltimoreRavens.com

"“We disagree on players,” Harbaugh offered. “We scrimmage all the time,” Newsome said.“Neither of us is afraid to honestly voice an opinion, and we’ll ‘scrimmage,’ as Ozzie says. But, there’s never a trump card situation,” the head coach said. “We’re not walking out on each other. We’re like two lawyers in a court of law presenting our cases. We’re not seeing who has the most power here. It is always about what is best for the team.”"

Joe Flacco finds comfort level despite another new offensive coordinatorTodd Kaprovich, ESPN

"“Learning a new offense, I always say, is really not that big of a deal, especially this year. It’s a little new terminology and couple of new concepts and things like that. The rookies are coming in here and it’s probably tougher for them to learn this offense than it is for a guy who’s been in the league for eight years.”"

John Harbaugh’s Ravens only know one speedAlbert Breer, NFL.com

"Just five guys (three on offense, two on defense) who started Super Bowl XLVII remain on the roster. Gone are franchise cornerstones Ray Lewis, Ray Rice, Haloti Ngata and Ed Reed, as are all offensive players who logged a carry, all but one guy who caught a pass and nine of the 10 leading tacklers fromthe win over Harbaugh’s brother’s 49ers.Harbaugh took over an established juggernaut that had fallen a little off-kilter in 2008. The core pieces of his first team provided continuity that was a major strength over the coach’s first half-decade here. And now, that continuity is gone."

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