Ravens ILB C.J. Mosley said Thursday that there’s still no updates regarding his contract situation.
“No updates so far,” Mosley said, via the Baltimore Sun. “My answer is still the same as at OTAs. I got here yesterday and I’m here today, ready to work. That’s what it’s all about. Whether something works out or not, I still have an obligation to be the guy in the middle who’s going to make the plays and make the calls.”
Ravens first-round TE Hayden Hurst says he understands the expectations that he’ll be a day-one contributor for Baltimore.
“I understand, they want me to play early, but football is football,” Hurst said Thursday, via BaltimoreRavens.com. “I have a lot of confidence in what I was able to do in college. I know the type of player that I am and I’m going to carry it over here. Once I learn the playbook and I can start playing it even faster, it’s going to be exciting.
“I know there’s a lot of pressure on me being the first pick for the Ravens; it comes with the territory,” Hurst added. “But everything I went through with baseball has definitely made me the player I am today. … I just go out and do what I do and play football. I have a lot of confidence in who I am and the football player I am.”
- According to Jamison Hensley, Ravens TE Hayden Hurst (soft tissue), OT Greg Senat, OL Maurquice Shakir and S Bennett Jackson along with the four players on the PUP list (Marshal Yanda, Jaylen Hill, Quincy Adeboyejo and Bam Bradley) did not practice on Friday.
- Hensley adds that third-round TE Mark Andrews returned to practice on Friday after he missed the first day with a muscle tissue issue
“Mike Tomlin is good as a head coach,” Harrison said, via ESPN.com. “He’s a players’ coach. I think he needs to be a little bit more disciplined.
“The big thing with Belichick is he’s very regimented, he’s disciplined, everyone is going to be on the same page, there’s not going to be anything as far as someone doing their own thing. I think over there [in New England] their whole coaching staff is like that.”