Rating the QBs

How the Ravens' quarterbacks stacked up in yesterday's scrimmage:


1. Chris Redman

Fought through rough start and finished 3-for-7 passing for 94 yards and one touchdown. Had the benefit of playing with receiver Travis Taylor, the scrimmage's top playmaker, who caught two passes for 73 yards and a touchdown.


2. Anthony Wright

Didn't direct a drive into the red zone in three series, none of which was with the starting group. Was 5-for-9 for 25 yards and an interception, but converted a third down with a 10-yard scramble. His 40-yard pass to a wide-open Marcus Robinson sailed out of bounds.

3. Kyle Boller

Was held out after signing late Thursday night.

Thumbs up

Taylor looks determined to have a great season, breaking tackles and scoring the offense's only touchdown of the scrimmage. He also had a 64-yard reception before the touchdown. ... Ray Perryman intercepted Wright, stopping a drive. ... Trent Smith had the catches of the evening, one for 26 yards and the other for 15. ... Defensive tackle Aybrayo Franklin, end Jarret Johnson, linebacker Bart Scott, linebacker Chris Brown, cornerback Tom Knight and fullback Ovie Mughelli all played solid games.

Thumbs down

The longest run of the night was for 7 yards. Dameon Hunter's 20-yard run was called back because of holding. ... Airabin Justin was hit with a 39-yard pass-interference call on Marcus Robinson.



"Our coaches are in excellent shape as long as you don't look at Rex Ryan." - Ravens coach Brian Billick during his question-and-answer session before the scrimmage


Defensive tackle Joe Salave'a (knee), running back Musa Smith (knee), center Mike Flynn (hip), tight end Todd Heap (back) and tackle Orlando Brown (knee) did not play in the scrimmage. Flynn is the only player expected to be out an extended time.

Today's schedule

Mock game at M&T; Bank Stadium at 10 a.m. Gates open at 9 a.m. An autograph session will follow the game.


Countdown to season opener

36 days.