As it stands, Hill is looking at receiving a potential extension from the Ravens. The Ravens are happy with the fact that, for the most part, Hill hasn't gotten into any trouble. He did have a warrant for his arrest in New Jersey for back child support payments. Other than that, Hill has kept a low profile.
Hill has the talent of someone that should have been selected in the first two rounds of the 2012 draft. However, drug offenses and other issues caused him to fall to the undrafted ranks. Failing a drug test ultimately got him dismissed from the Giants, with the Ravens acting as possibly his last chance at an NFL career.
So far, so good for Hill, who drew some positive remarks from coach John Harbaugh last week at OTAs.“I almost say [he is] light-years ahead of where he was last year. [He] came in kind of late and under challenging circumstances that he was in and missed six weeks to start with, which is hard," Harbaugh said. "You’re off the field for six weeks, and a lot of rust builds up, especially [for] a guy just learning the system. Here he is. He has been here every single day in the offseason that I’m aware of. Heck, he brought his family in here to work out with him when he was on his own. I see him pushing the stroller with his wife and his baby down the street here in Owings Mills. I just think he has really dug in to have a great season, and we’ll see how it goes for him. But right now, he looks the part.”