Rating the QBs
How the Ravens' quarterbacks stacked up in yesterday's team drills:
1. Kyle Boller
Took most of the snaps with the first team. Completed a high percentage of his throws during a two-minute drill, but the coaches wanted a quicker tempo. The rookie finished by throwing a 12-yard touchdown pass to tight end Terry Jones, who made an acrobatic catch.
2. Chris Redman
Split time with the starters and second team. He went 1-for-3 in a red-zone drill without scoring a touchdown.
Did not take any reps in team drills.
Jones made a juggling touchdown reception. ... Ed Reed and Gary Baxter showed their versatility by switching to cornerback.
To the fan who kept heckling the Ravens' receivers throughout practice.
"Oh, wow! Give me 22 Kelly Greggs any day. He's an amazing young man."
- Coach Brian Billick on Gregg's five-tackle performance in Saturday night's game.
Cornerback Chris McAlister (personal reasons), cornerback Tom Knight (hamstring), safety Ray Perryman (shoulder), linebacker Bernardo Harris (leg), tight end John Jones (concussion) and receiver Frank Sanders (toes) did not practice. Cornerback Alvin Porter (groin) was carted off midway through practice and did not return. Tight end Trent Smith (leg) and receiver Javin Hunter (Achilles' tendon) are out for the season.
Final open full-squad practice, 9:30 a.m. Players will sign autographs afterward.
Countdown to season opener
Ravens results, schedule
Date Opponent Res./Time TV
Aug. 9 Buffalo L, 20-19
Aug. 16 at Atlanta W, 13-10
Aug. 23 at Washington 8 p.m. Ch. 45, CSN
Aug. 28 New York Giants 8 p.m. Ch. 45, CSN