Things were a little quiet on the Baltimore Ravens front with day 2 of OTA's (Organized Team Activities), but we were able to see a little glimpse of how well Ravens tight end Dennis Pitta is coming along after spending almost a year and a half on the sidelines after recovering from a hip injury he sustained in week 3 of the 2014 season against the Cleveland Browns. So far during practice, Pitta looks like he gaining his confidence back.
If Sarah Ellison is right, we could be looking at the Ravens tight end position as the deepest group of tight ends in the entire league. Yes, we know the New England Patriots have the best tight end duo in the league with Rob Gronkowski and Martellus Bennett, but no team in the league has four tight ends like the Ravens do (Five if you count Nick Boyle) who can start and play well like Pitta, Maxx Williams, Crockett Gillmore and Benjamin Watson.
Let's hope Pitta is really back to his old self-health wise for his sake. You can check out the rest of Pitta's highlights from OTA's here via BaltimoreRavens.com.