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Baltimore Ravens first round draft pick Matt Elam was extremely impressive during the team's three-day mandatory minicamp.
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The Ravens first round pick is learning things fast. Matt Elam is known for laying bit hits on his opponent, and that’s what he longs to do right now in June.
“It hurt my heart to pull up but these are my teammates,” said Elam. “I have to take care of them. I run down on guys every rep I take so when the time comes, I’ll be ready for it.”
Elam made quite a number of...
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The defense ended minicamp walking tall with back-to-back days in which it bested the offense in 11-on-11 drills.
By the end of the three...
According to Aaron Wilson, Chris Canty’s knee is 100% healthy. Wilson also says Canty looks very explosive in minicamp.
Canty spent the 2012 season with the Giants. He missed the first 6 games of the season. He also sprained his MCL in December.
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