Pro Bowl guard Marshal Yanda is among the Ravens who will start training camp on the physically unable to perform (PUP) list, reports ESPN's Field Yates.
Yanda will continue to work his way back from a broken ankle suffered early last season. He can come off the list at any time to begin practicing, but there's no rush for the six-time Pro Bowler.
Yanda has been around the Under Armour Performance Center for much of the offseason and didn't show any signs of a lingering problem while watching practice with his teammates this summer.
The news shouldn't come as a big surprise considering the Ravens are starting training camp before the rest of the NFL, and Yanda doesn't need much practice to be ready in time for the regular season.
Head Coach John Harbaugh has given his veterans frequent breaks so far this offseason, and he's not going to rush his star guard.
The other Ravens reportedly starting training camp on PUP are defensive end Brent Urban (foot), tight end Vince Mayle, cornerback Jaylen Hill (knee), linebacker Bam Bradley (knee) and wide receiver Quincy Adeboyejo (leg).