2010 NFL Draft: Cody, Kindle Lead a Strong Ravens Class In Camp

May 30, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

With one month removed from the 2010 NFL Draft, the Baltimore Ravens rookies have made an early impression during camp in the month of May.
The biggest highlights thus far has been on the defensive side, as Terrence Cody and Sergio Kindle are making a name for themselves in the early going.
Cody has already shown why the Ravens drafted him, to be an immediate run stuffer on the defensive line.
Quite a few times during mini camp and OTAs has Cody stuffed Ravens running back Ray Rice at the line, which caught a lot of attention.
What must also be noted is the steps Cody is taking to drop weight in order to be consistent on a three down basis.
Kindle has made noise with his mouth, but not in a bad way. The athletic ability was clearly shown on the outside with Kindle, who sits behind Jarret Johnson.
He has also cleared the speculation of his knee injury, which was believed to be a result of his draft stock falling.
As training camp approaches, can Kindl...

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