The Baltimore Ravens have added a couple of new faces at offensive deal with over the previous couple of months. They signed free agent Morgan Moses to a three-year, $15 million deal whereas additionally drafting Daniel Faalele out of the University of Minnesota within the fourth spherical of the 2022 draft.
One of the opposite gamers on the place can classify as a brand new face, however was introduced in throughout the 2021 offseason in Ja’Wuan James. The veteran suffered a torn achilles away from the Denver Broncos’ facility final yr, prompting the staff to chop him whereas voiding all ensures. Baltimore scooped him up on a two-year contract, and he missed the entire 2021 season whereas recovering.
On Monday, James missed coaching camp observe after leaving the open stadium observe at M&T Bank Stadium on Saturday. Ravens head coach John Harbaugh offered an replace on James, saying that he has a “nagging” factor that they need to give him relaxation for.
“Yes, he has a little nagging thing going on, so I just kind of decided – we decided together to give it a little rest.”
Harbaugh additionally shared his thoughts on the deal with, saying that he’s transferring very well and taking part in on the left aspect.
“He’s moving really well. He’s moving well. He’s playing on the left side. He hasn’t been a left tackle; he’s been a right tackle his whole career. So, he probably would rather be on the right side, but sometimes necessity is the mother of invention. He’s getting an opportunity on the left side right now. So, pads come out, see how that thing feels, see how it holds up … That will be the key.”