Baltimore Ravens offensive lineman Jah Reid took to the practice field today for the first time since training camp began.
Reid, the former third-round pick has missed all of training camp thus far due to a sprained his right calf he suffered earlier this spring and reaggravated prior to the start of training camp.
Reid managed a successful practice on Monday however wore a protective black sleeve on his lower right leg. The Ravens took it easy with Reid on his first day back placing him at right tackle today with the second-team offense.
“I love playing right tackle,” Reid said to the media after practice. “I love playing guard as well. I’ve always played right. It feels natural. Coming back from this injury, it’s good to be at a place where I feel really comfortable.”
Reid was expected to begin camp this season as the potential starter at the left guard position.
In other Ravens training camp news Baltimore moved nose tackle Terrence Cody to the second team however the move is expected to be temporary. Cody has been slowed by a hip problem recently.
Bryant McKinnie took some reps with the first team offense on Monday for the first time since he reported for camp. McKinnie played well with the second team offense against the Falcons on Thursday and his conditioning is improving. It has been reported though the Ravens would like him to lose and additional ten pounds.