Wednesday, July 17, 2013
Links: Richardson to be 'full-go' for camp
By ESPN.com staff
Garrett Downing of BaltimoreRavens.com previews the training camp competition between tight ends Dennis Pitta, Ed Dickson, Billy Bajema, Alex Silvestro and rookie Matt Furstenburg.
Safety Michael Huff has been training with four-time Olympic track and field gold medalist Michael Johnson, reports BaltimoreRavens.com's Ryan Mink.
Could kicker Justin Tucker go the entire season without missing a kick? Tucker believes it’s possible, writes Clifton Brown of CSNBaltimore.com.
John Harbaugh came in at No. 3 on Pete Prisco's ranking of NFL head coaches.
No one may have been more surprised about Carlos Dunlap's six-year, $40 million contract extension than Dunlap, writes the Cincinnati Enquirer's Joe Reedy. "It definitely came as a surprise," Dunlap said. "We’ve been talking for a few months now, but it didn’t get to crunch time until yesterday. Drew [Rosenhaus] came up there and pulled me over to the side and was like, 'Hey bud, we need to sit down and seriously look at this.'"
Marvis Lewis was ranked No. 13 on Prisco's list rating head coaches.
Running back Trent Richardson says he's 100 percent healthy, reports The Plain Dealer's Mary Kay Cabot. "I have no pain at all in the leg,' Richardson said. "I'll be ready for camp and I'll be ready to go for the season."
Josh Gordon's two-game suspension at the start of the season will "either be a wake-up call or the beginning of the end for him," writes ESPNCleveland.com's Tony Grossi in his training camp preview of wide receivers.
Running back Jonathan Dwyer gives fans a glimpse into his life off the field in a video featuring his family, his childhood home, and watching his brother play college baseball.
Ramon Foster is in London promoting the Steelers' Week 4 game with the Minnesota Vikings in Wembley Stadium this season. The guard said he welcomes the overseas trip but that some of his teammates are "dreading" it, reports Steelers Depot.