Here's what caught my eye and ears during the second day of the Ravens' full-team minicamp:
• Le'Ron McClain has gone back to being primarily a fullback. McClain says all the right things in interviews -- "I'll do whatever to help the team" -- but I hear that he is unhappy with the prospect of reduced carries.
• Kelley Washington still looks the best out of all the tryout receivers. Still, I'm not sure if he has done enough to warrant getting signed. But it helps that he can be a factor on special teams.
• Antwan Barnes, who is still limited with a chest injury, worked with the starters in place of outside linebacker Terrell Suggs (absent because of the franchise tag). On Friday, undrafted rookie William VanDeSteeg filled in for Suggs.
• Rudy Gay, who plays for the NBA's Memphis Grizzlies and graduated from Spalding, made a visit to Ravens headquarters. Looking for height at the wide receiver position, the Ravens probably could have used him at practice.