The Ravens got a huge addition to their offensive line Monday.
Pro Bowl right guard
Yanda only participated in individual drills, and sat out the 11-on-11 portion of practice.
“It felt good getting a little individual work. It’s good,” Yanda said. “It was nice to just get back out there and get back at it.”
It’s Yanda’s first practice of training camp and the offseason as a whole. Thus, it’s the first time that Baltimore’s projected starting offensive line can practice together.
Yanda has been recovering from offseason shoulder surgery, which he said he underwent five days after Super Bowl XLVII. Yanda played through the injury last season and was still one of the best offensive linemen in the league.
When Yanda and the rest of the offensive linemen joined the running backs for drills, running back
“Marshal is a great leader for us, just by example,” center
Entering his seventh season, Yanda has missed only two starts the past three years. His return to practice shows he’s in line to be ready for the regular-season opener on Sept. 5 in Denver.
It’s unknown whether Yanda will make an appearance in preseason games. Head Coach John Harbaugh has said the team is not going to rush Yanda back.
“We’ll see what happens,” Yanda said.
Tight end Dallas Clark, who is expected to officially sign with the Ravens Monday pending his physical, has not reached the practice field yet. Receiver