Bryant McKinnie’s continued absence due to personal reasons may have forced the Ravens offense to shift Michael Oher from right to left tackle and rotate rookies Kelechi Osemele and Jack Cornell and Cord Howard at right tackle, but offensive coordinator Cam Cameron said he’s not worried about not having McKinnie in camp.

In fact, Cameron said McKinnie’s absence has opened the door for others along the offensive line to get reps in training camp that they might not have gotten.

“You just let it play out,” Cameron said. “All these things in training camp – you see it all over the league – the season is not tomorrow. So you just let things play out. It’s an opportunity for a K.O. [Osemele] or another guy. It gives Michael Oher some work at left. I think we have a good feel – depending on if things work out – of what Bryant can do at left tackle. And obviously, we have to have Plan B anyway. So no one’s worried about it. It’ll play out the way it should play out, and we’ll be ready either way.”

Cameron said it also helps that Oher, who started 16 games at left tackle in 2010, is making that transition again.

“If you talk to linemen over the years, even the ones that play pretty good, they all tell you that it’s in that fourth or fifth year where everything just starts to gel and slow down,” Cameron said. “And Mike, the way his mind works, he is such a team guy. ‘Right tackle, left tackle – Coach just tell me where you need me.’ All tackles aren’t that way. Some see themselves as a right or a left. We’ve got the right guy. It’s great to have a guy that can play either way, especially a guy that can be a great left tackle.”