** The Ravens have six running backs on their roster after last week's addition of former Michigan standout Fitzgerald Toussaint, so there is obviously going to be a lot of attention on who is getting the reps with the first team, second team and so on. Ray Rice's training camp workload will also be well documented to see if the coaching staff sends any messages to the veteran coming off a brutal 2013 season and an offseason that included a much-publicized arrest. But the reality is that Harbaugh and the Ravens coaches have to evaluate their other options and prepare for the fact that Rice won't be available for at least the first couple games. Nobody at the Under Armour Performance Center is kidding themselves about Rice's status. They know that it's not a question of if Rice gets suspended, but how many games he gets. So you can expect to see Bernard Pierce, when healthy, get extensive time running behind the starting offensive line. You can expect to see a lot of Justin Forsett and rookie Lorenzo Taliaferro. Rice will get his opportunities, of course, but the Ravens' decision-makers are really going to have to get other guys ready to play prominent roles early.