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Ravens news 6/28: Hurst on track, coaching staff praise, undrafted speculation

NFL: Baltimore Ravens-Minicamp Evan Habeeb-USA TODAY Sports

Hayden Hurst “good to go” for training camp - Pro Football Talk, 105.7 The Fan

Ravens tight end Hayden Hurst has bulked up, and he’s ready to put those extra pounds in motion. After being slowed by a Jones fracture in his foot training camp, he admitted he never felt like himself last season after missing the first four games. But with time to recover, he’s eager to get back to work. “Kind of felt it all last year, was never really at 100 percent,” Hurst said during an interview with 105.7 The Fan in Baltimore. “Obviously, you kind of have the aches and pains of a screw being in my foot. But I’m good to go now, all healthy, don’t feel it and feel 100 percent.”

Power-ranking every NFL coaching staff - Bleacher Report

“Over his career, Harbaugh’s had considerable success in Baltimore—seven playoff trips in 11 seasons, a 10-6 record in the postseason and a Super Bowl win in 2012. He also graded out (per Head Coach Rankings) as the best head coach in the NFL at clock management in 2018. Last year’s playoff run didn’t prevent some changes on Harbaugh’s staff. Former offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg is out, replaced by veteran offensive coach Greg Roman, who worked with the tight ends last season. Don Martindale heads into his second season as defensive coordinator after six years of coaching the linebackers, further cementing the consistency and continuity that has marked Harbaugh’s tenure.”

Undrafted Rookie Streak Could Be in Jeopardy - Final Drive

“It’s still early, but with so much talent on the Ravens’ roster, it’s going to be tough for an undrafted rookie to make the 53-man squad.”

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