The depth chart entries are coming fast and furious now.
This time around, we'll take a look at the Ravens' situation at tight end. Two draft picks give this group a new look and a nice youthful spark this year.
Here are the four guys who will suit up at tight end this camp:
Todd Heap, 6-5, 250 pounds, 10th NFL season
Where he stands: After an injury-plagued 2007 season and a rough 2008 campaign, many questioned whether Heap was nearing the end of his NFL career. The two-time Pro Bowler bounced back with a big '09, however, posting nearly 600 receiving yards and grabbing six touchdowns.
What must be done: Do I need to say it? Fine, I'll say it. Heap needs to stay healthy. Perhaps as a result of all the big hits he's taken throughout his career, Heap is now a running injury risk, but when healthy, he still has something left in the tank and is a nice option over the middle.
Ed Dickson, 6-4, 250 pounds, Rookie
Where he stands: Dickson is competing for the backup job behind Heap. The third-round pick out of Oregon looked sharp in minicamps, where he flashed the athleticism that had the Ravens raving after the draft. He has very good speed for a tight end, and can be a threat up the seams.
What must be done: Improve his blocking. Dickson is a smooth route runner and has good hands, but he needs to refine his technique as a blocker. His battle with Dennis Pitta will be one of the more interesting competitions to watch in camp.
Dennis Pitta, 6-4, 245 pounds, Rookie
Where he stands: As you just read, Pitta will be competing with Dickson to be Todd Heap's backup. Pitta isn't as explosive as his fellow rookie, but he has great hands and is a smart player. The BYU product also impressed in minicamps and will look to carry that momentum into training camp.
What must be done: Like Dickson, Pitta's number one goal is to improve his blocking. If the fourth-round pick can do so and continue to showcase his playmaking ability, he'll be tough to ignore.
Davon Drew, 6-4, 260 pounds, 1st NFL season
Where he stands: Head coach John Harbaugh continues to include Drew's name in the conversation for the backup spot, but it's clear that Drew is a notch behind Dickson and Pitta. The 2009 fifth-round pick spent last year on the practice squad.
What must be done: Drew came to camp out of shape last year and never caught up. With the addition of the two rookies, Drew needs to prove that he's fit and have a very strong camp to have a shot at sticking around.