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Wednesday Ravens links: Elvis Dumervil's transition, veteran in risk of being cut

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It's never easy transitioning to a place you're not familiar. Sometimes it takes time to get adjusted to your new surroundings, especially if you've been in one place for a while.

That appears to have been the case with outside linebacker Elvis Dumervil. After spending seven seasons with the Broncos, a fax snafu led to him not re-signing with Denver. And given the chance, the Ravens swooped in and signed him to a contract.

In an interview with BaltimoreRavens.com's Garrett Downing, Dumervil said it was tough adjusting to the unfamiliar situation he was in during the 2013 season. But now, he's at home and feels ready to go with his team for 2014.

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There are a few veteran players that might have something to worry about during training camp.

Once thought to be guys that would be legitimate contributors, Jah Reid and Terrence Cody, among others, could find themselves victims of the numbers game. Purple Reign Show's Jeremy Herskovic lists veteran players in danger of not making the 2014 roster.

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CSNBaltimore.com's Bo Smolka writes about Michael Campanaro's hamstring injury, noting that John Harbaugh hopes he can get back soon.