Tyus Bowser missed the exercise as he recuperates from a torn Achilles, yet Odafe Oweh was on the field in spite of having offseason shoulder a medical procedure. Those two drove the group in sacks last year with seven and five, separately, yet no other edge safeguard on the ongoing program recorded any sacks the year before. Justin Houston (4.5 sacks) stays a free specialist, as does Pernell McPhee (1 sack). McPhee is supposed to think about retirement. Jaylon Ferguson missed the OTA exercise, and it's indistinct whether he's managing a physical issue. Ferguson, who showed up in Baltimore with the moniker "Sack Daddy" in the wake of breaking Terrell Suggs vocation NCAA record, had no sacks and six handles in restricted activity last season, and this is a major offseason for him as he enters the last year of his tenderfoot agreement. With Bowser and Ferguson missing, and with second-round draft pick David Ojabo (Achilles) probable out until November, second-year linebacker Daelin Hayes and Vince Biegel were among the most dynamic edge rushers in the May 25 exercise. It's difficult to pass judgment on pass rush in noncontact drills, however Hayes and Biegel much of the time won matchups against reinforcement handles; hypothetical starters Ronnie Stanley and Morgan Moses both missed the exercise. Hayes played sparingly in one game last season and Biegel, an inside-outside linebacker marked recently, has not had a sack starting around 2019. In any event, expecting Bowser returns at 100% by Week 1, the onus will be on new cautious facilitator Mike Macdonald to create a pass rush. Ravens OLB Odafe Oweh: 'I'm A Potential Guy' - Todd Karpovich "Essentially, I'm simply very crude," Oweh said. "I'm a 'potential' fellow, essentially. Thus, I'm watching the film [from] last year [and] I'm like, 'Gracious, I did insane great. I did everything.' And then, at that point, you watch it now in the offseason, and I'm like, 'There's such a lot of stuff you can deal with.' So, there's a ton to expand on. I'm so invigorated, in light of the fact that even one year from now - or even this year - being an insane jump is going. Furthermore, I'm prepared." I love Coach Mike [Macdonald] as of now," Oweh said. "At the point when I previously arrived, he laid it down for myself and let me know what he expected of me and what he needed. He needed me here [for OTAs] and everything. I'm purchasing in. I think a great deal of different folks are purchasing in too. Furthermore, I saw how he managed David [Ojabo], one of my companions, and everything. In this way, I'm cool with it man, I'm cool with him. I'm a full go. How about we go."