Meanwhile, Ravens coach Brian Billick said he remains optimistic that Pro Bowl outside linebacker Peter Boulware can recover from knee surgery in time to act as a situational pass rusher for the team during the early portion of the season.
Billick said he envisions a 30-snaps per game scenario for Boulware once his knee improves. Billick said he expects only Boulware and quarterback Anthony Wright (shoulder) to be immediate candidates for the physically unable to perform list.
Tight end Trent Smith, who suffered a broken left leg last August that still has a metal rod to aid the healing process, said he'll likely be held out of team drills for the first few days of practice.
"They want to make sure nothing flares up," Smith said. "The leg is still a little bit weaker than my right leg, so we want to make sure that doesn't create a problem because it's not as strong."
MOORE SIGNS: Rookie wide receiver Clarence Moore, a 6-foot-6 sixth-round selection, became the Ravens' final draft pick to agree to terms. Moore signed a three-year contract worth nearly $970,000 in time to report to the team's 5 p.m. meeting.
QUOTABLE: Billick on second-year quarterback Kyle Boller: "Clearly, there's still going to be a learning curve for Kyle, but he's a quick study. There's no ambiguity about who our quarterback is like last year."
Aaron Wilson writes for the Carroll County Times.