“As far as I know, nothing has changed,” Harbaugh said. “We’re patient about it right now. We haven’t forced the issue. We’re looking at some of our guys and we’re seeing where we’re at with our roster right now. I believe Ozzie and Vonta are still talking.”
The New York Giants reportedly made Leach a contract offer for the veteran minimum though they seemingly moved on Friday by signing Ryan D’Imperio.
Starting left guard Kelechi Osemele (right hamstring) missed Friday’s practice, but should return in a day or two, according to Harbaugh. … Right guard Marshal Yanda (shoulder surgery) and safety Anthony Levine (undisclosed) passed their physicals and were taken off the physically-unable-to-perform list. Levine participated in Friday’s practice. … Harbaugh said that Albert McClellan is competing for a roster spot at inside linebacker, not on the outside where he has played some in the past. … Ravens’ single-game, regular-season tickets went on sale Friday and sold out in less than 15 minutes. … Boston Marathon victim Erika Brannock, a 29-year-old preschool teacher from Towson who lost her left leg below the knee and needed multiple surgeries to save her right leg, was a guest of the Ravens at practice. Several Ravens, including running back Ray Rice and wide receiver Torrey Smith, spent time with her after practice, and Harbaugh called Brannock a “courageous, courageous person.” Clutching a Ravens’ football autographed by several players that she said she would cherish, Brannock added, “All of this has been so strange. I was just this preschool teacher from Towson and now they’re all excited to see me.”