On a recent sunny, picturesque Sunday morning in Owings Mills, there was a flurry of activity on the practice fields outside the Ravens' team facility. Bird songs occasionally pierced the chirping of whistles, whirring of portable generators and the grunts of large men bumping into each other.
The Ravens were wrapping up their three-day rookie minicamp, and their new 10-man draft class, dozens of undrafted rookie free agents and a handful of 2012 practice squad members were buzzing as coaches conducted drills at several different stations across the practice fields.
But off to the side of a blocking drill, Murphy Holloway was completely still.
The former Mississippi...