5 biggest takeaways from Baltimore Ravens offseason programs

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3. Baltimore Ravens are versatile in the secondary

The Baltimore Ravens continue to move things around in their secondary. First, Kyle Hamilton moved from the slot to strong safety. However, his versatility in the slot also just makes him a strong safety who can play more roles than a normal strong safety.

The Ravens also moved Brandon Stephens back to safety, perhaps a sign that he will play safety when Hamilton moves into the slot. The team was not done with that, though.

Ar'Darius Washington, who has been moving between the slot and free safety in back in the slot. Then, Daryl Worley, a veteran journeyman has been moving around as well. He played outside in week 18 against the Bengals last year.

This year he is playing more of a dime safety role and is floating both inside and outside. If there is any theme or a key takeaway, the Ravens will not be stagnant in their back end. They want guys who can fill multiple roles on the field, and they want to mess with the post-snap movement.

This will be even more fun to watch in the preseason and training camp.