The Ravens have been in the midst of an offensive overhaul this season, with new coordinator Gary Kubiak installing the new playbook for his guys.
"I'm throwing the kitchen sink at them, and I have to kind of watch and see what sticks and what they do best," Kubiak told reporters, via The Baltimore Sun. "When we come back for [training] camp, I'll probably have to cut some things down, but they've been very receptive.
Fullback Kyle Juszczyk is already a fan, saying he likes this offense than the previous one.
The Ravens would love for Matt Elam to move back to strong safety, a more natural position for the second-year player.
For that to happen, Terrence Brooks will likely need to step up and earn the starter's job as a rookie. Baltimore Sports and Life's Mike Randall writes that Brooks needs to be an impact on defense this year.
Sticking with Brooks, CSNBaltimore.com's Clifton Brown writes that he and Darian Stewart will continue to battle for the starting free safety spot.