Ask new Ravens offensive coordinator Marc Trestman about how his offense was progressing in training camp and the retort was measured, but quick.
The longtime coordinator and former Chicago Bears head coach came to Baltimore with a pass-happy reputation, and his hire led those outside the Ravens organization to wonder whether he would stamp that imprint on his new offense. Trestman sees it differently.
"It's not my offense," Trestman said this summer. "It's the Ravens offense."
That means that even as the NFL shades every year closer toward Trestman's traditional aerial attack becoming the league norm, the Ravens will use the return of one of the...