The "Shayne Graham to the Ravens" talk is still going strong, but the place kicker has not yet inked a deal to bring him to Baltimore.
Graham is expected to sign with the Ravens sometime soon, but the two sides have not yet finalized a contract, which is expected to be a one-year deal.
Asked about the situation with Graham after today's rookie camp, head coach John Harbaugh said he didn't have any updates to pass along.
"Shayne's a guy that we've been in contact with throughout and we're interested in," Harbaugh said. "We'll just have to see how it plays out in the next couple days.
"I don't want to characterize [the negotiations] until it happens. That's something I've learned from Ozzie [Newsome]. We'll see what happens and see if we can get something accomplished or not."
As for what is holding up the negotiations, Harbaugh declined to provide details on that front, as well.
"I wouldn't characterize it that way," he said. "We're just in a process of trying to upgrade every position, and the kicking position being one of those."
If Graham is eventually signed, he would compete for the Ravens' kicking job with Billy Cundiff, who signed with Baltimore last November.
"I think Billy has had a tremendous offseason, and if you look at the way he kicked during the season, he had a very good season," Harbaugh said. "So Billy Cundiff is a guy that can definitely kick in this league. He's got leg strength and his accuracy and mechanics are tremendously improved because of the work he's put in.
"Now, you add competition to the mix, another guy that can push another veteran kicker...that's something we would like to do. We always like to have competition and we're still trying to accomplish that at that position.
"We want to add some competition to that position to come out of it as strong as we can."