Suggs is the heartbeat of the defense, and his arrival spices up practice. He did not participate in voluntary Organized Team Activities (OTAs), but Suggs usually comes back in tip-top shape.
2 / 10
Monroe missed seven games, including the playoffs, with a knee injury last season. He didn't come to OTAs, so this will be the first time seeing how he's recovered.
3 / 10
An injury suffered at last year's training camp hobbled him at the start of his season, but Webb grew stronger as it went on. Now without any offseason surgery, will Webb be back in his once Pro Bowl form?
4 / 10
The 32-year-old veteran didn't come to OTAs, which gave youngsters Brent Urban and Kapron Lewis-Moore more reps. Now it's time to see what kind of burst Canty has and whether he'll hold them off as the starter.
5 / 10
Dumervil had a big year with 17 sacks and a Pro Bowl appearance last season. The pass rush specialist turned 31 this offseason. Can he repeat or better that performance?
6 / 10
The man under center was on fire at OTAs. Will he keep it up during mandatory camp once the entire defense is on the field? Flacco will continue to grow in Offensive Coordinator Marc Trestman's system.
7 / 10
Elam had his best offseason camp to date during OTAs, according to Defensive Coordinator Dean Pees. He needs to keep the ball rolling and his confidence high during minicamp because Will Hill is also playing well.
8 / 10
Baltimore's first-round pick was impressive during OTAs and will have an even tougher challenge now with Webb and Jimmy Smith likely both on the field. Perriman has a lot of competition when it comes to who the starting wide receiver will be.
9 / 10
Pitta did only positional drills and individual workouts during OTAs. Will he take on more team drills during mandatory minicamp? Pitta seems to be making progress in his recovery.
10 / 10
Smith appeared once during OTAs with a red non-contact jersey tucked in his pocket. It will be interesting to see whether he's cleared for more action this week.
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