Quarterback Joe Flacco has completed passes to nine different receivers through the first three games, and four players (wide receivers Michael Crabtree, John Brown and Willie Snead IV, and running back Buck Allen) have reached double digits in receptions. The diversity in targets is one aspect of the passing attack that pleases offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg. “We try to use all eligible receivers and runners, and then it’s sort of my responsibility to get the ball to our best guys a little bit more,” he said. “We have spread it around, and that’s a good thing.” … If Don “Wink” Martindale was picking players for a backyard football game, the Ravens defensive coordinator said Roethlisberger would be his first selection. “We talk about extending plays. That’s what he does,” Martindale said. “That’s where he’s a top-tier quarterback in my mind, in my humble opinion, because he turns it into backyard football. If we ever had a backyard game, he’d be my first pick because that’s where he really excels as a quarterback and the receivers play off of that very well.” … The team serenaded O.J. Brigance the day before the senior advisor to player engagement’s 49th birthday Saturday, and Harbaugh praised the former Ravens and Stallions player who is battling amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, which is more commonly known as ALS. “Just an amazing, amazing man, inspiration to us all, every single day,” Harbaugh said. “Every single day he brings himself into work and makes a contribution to what we’re doing and makes a difference for our guys. And not just here — he makes a difference everywhere, especially in the ALS community. I would encourage all of our fans out there, especially our younger fans that don’t know O.J. as well, to look into his story and draw inspiration and some spiritual strength from who he is and what he’s all about. So, happy birthday to O.J. Brigance!” … Kicker Justin Tucker is scheduled to visit the Baltimore School for the Arts on Monday afternoon and donate a $50,000 check he received from the CBS show “Most Valuable Performer.” Tucker, a noted singer, crooned “Ave Maria,” won the online fan vote, and gave the winnings to the school’s TWIGS program, which offers free arts classes to Baltimore City children in grades 2-8 who have shown potential in the arts.