Ravens veteran running back Justin Forsett is scheduled to speak at the NFL rookie symposium that starts Sunday.
Forsett is part of the NFL's program in Aurora, Ohio, which includes breakout sessions to stress history, total wellness and social and professional responsibility.
Former Ravens wide receiver Donte Stallworth is among the former NFL players invited to speak.
The AFC rookies, including the Ravens' draft class, are scheduled to attend Sunday to Wednesday.
The orientation includes presentations, videos and workshops on player health and safety, decision making, mental health, substance abuse and finance.
Other players in the program include Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald, New York Jets wide receiver Brandon Marshall, Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Jordan Matthews and Indianapolis Colts safety Mike Adams.
Besides Stallworth, the former players at the symposium include Curtis Martin, Anthony Munoz, Phillip Buchanon, Cris Carter, Warrick Dunn, Eddie George, Sammie Stroughter and Ross Tucker.
Oakland Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie and New York Giants general manager Jerry Reese will also address the rookies.