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Rookie Carl Davis embracing heavy workload entering preseason finale

Carl Davis has quickly grown accustomed to a full game’s workload in the NFL. No Ravens defensive lineman has played more this preseason than the third-round draft pick out of Iowa, and he doesn’t expect that to change in Thursday’s preseason finale against the Atlanta Falcons.

“It’s been a whole, busy preseason for me,” Davis said.

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Maxx Williams should be ready for Week 1, John Harbaugh says

Rookie tight end Maxx Williams, who has been in a red non-contact jersey since the Ravens resumed practice after the Aug. 22 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles, shouldn't be dealing with his injury by the regular season opener at Denver, coach John Harbaugh said.

Williams, the Ravens' second-round pick in the NFL Draft, was shaken up on a play late in the first half of the Eagles game.

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Lawrence Guy returns to boost thin defensive line ahead of Atlanta game

Defensive end Lawrence Guy on Tuesday returned from a knee injury suffered Saturday against the Washington Redskins, giving the Ravens a boost at a defensive line position that could be thin in the final preseason game.

Starting defensive tackle Timmy Jernigan (knee) and defensive end DeAngelo Tyson (shoulder) also left the Washington game and haven’t practiced since.

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Ravens move Dennis Pitta to PUP list, get roster down to 75

Tight end Dennis Pitta was placed on the physically unable to perform list as he continues his recovery from a fractured and dislocated hip suffered last September, one of two moves the Ravens made to get their roster to 75 players by Tuesday afternoon’s deadline.

The designation means Pitta cannot be activated until after Week 6.

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Michael Campanaro rejoins wide receiver battle ahead of final preseason game

Wide receiver Michael Campanaro (River Hill) returned to practice Monday to participate in individual drills after missing more than two weeks with an unspecified soft tissue injury and joins a wide receiver competition that, thanks in part to several injuries, hasn’t yielded results in the preseason.

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Breakdown of safety Will Hill's new two-year deal

Some wondered why safety Will Hill would delay free agency after the 2015 season to sign what technically amounts to a one-year contract extension with the Ravens. Hill, though, will make out pretty well in the deal.

His new contract is a two-year deal that covers the 2015 and 2016 seasons and is worth $7 million. That includes a $3.5 million signing bonus and $5.16 million in guaranteed money.

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