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Ravens Players Return for Offseason Workouts

April 16, 2019 - 12:34 pm

By Austin Medina  

The Ravens opened up their offseason workout program at the Under Armour Performance center Monday. 

The program gives the Ravens a chance to see the progress players have made since the end of last season. Among those in attendance were quarterback Lamar Jackson along with new additions Mark Ingram and Earl Thomas.

Ingram, 29, is looking to cement himself as the Ravens starting running back to begin the 2019 season. With tense competition in breakout back Gus Edwards on the outside looking in, Ingram appeared in mid-season shape Monday.

As for Thomas, the 29-year old safety, is coming back from a broken bone in his leg. He suffered the injury while playing for Seattle in Week 4. Thomas showed no setbacks, as he led by example during the workout program. 

The Ravens will surely look to add depth in the upcoming draft, but currently their secondary is sound. With the addition of Thomas, the Ravens secondary is led by Marln Humphrey, Tavon Young, and Tony Jefferson. 

As for Jackson, he was seen Monday in a variety of strength workouts. 

Photo Courtesy: Baltimore Ravens/Shawn Hubbard

Ingram and Jackson are set to speak today at the Performance center at 12:45 pm. Head strength and conditioning coach Steve Saunders is set to speak around 1pm.