3. The Baltimore Ravens are ready for David Ojabo to breakout
The Baltimore Ravens let Jason Pierre-Paul and Justin Houston walk in free agency. Neither has signed yet, and that may speak to why the Ravens moved on. Also, Tyus Bowser is healthier. Still, the big difference is clearly David Ojabo.
David Ojabo missed almost all of his rookie season after he tore his Achilles in the pre-draft process. Now, he is back and healthy and ready to break out in year two. The Ravens and a lot of evaluators saw him as a first-round pick, but the injury pushed him down.
By all accounts, he is fully healthy, and he was not limited in any capacity this offseason. Beyond that, he was flying around the field. He made life tough on whoever was at right tackle, and he made Ben Cleveland look lost in his limited work on that side.
The Baltimore Ravens have to love what they see from Ojabo. The thought is that his presence will make life easier for Odafe Oweh as well. It is small, but just seeing him healthy and not miss any time is a win. The practice reports are the icing on the cake for a positive off-season.