Michael Huff spent his final season with the Oakland Raiders last year primarily lining up at cornerback, forced to cover some of the top receivers in the game.
Although Huff didn't embarrass himself as he started all but two games on the outside because of injuries in the secondary, it wasn't his natural position.
It's an altogether different situation for Huff with the Ravens after he signed a three-year, $6 million contract this offseason to replace Pro Bowl free safety Ed Reed. Now, Huff can concentrate strictly on lining up in the middle of the Ravens defense, and he's confident he'll benefit from his cross-training last year.
"Especially playing corner last...