When the Ravens jumped on signing running back Danny Woodhead this offseason, the biggest question about the veteran running back was whether he would be healthy.
Fast forward to the start of Baltimore’s Organized Team Activities (OTAs), and Woodhead took the field for the team’s first practice.
“Yes, I’m back. No restrictions,” Woodhead said. “I’m just playing football now. I haven’t been thinking about needing to do stuff to rehab it because I’m healthy now. It’s exciting to get football going.”
Woodhead’s knee injury came on Sept. 18 last year in a home game against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Woodhead is an elite pass-catcher and an underrated runner. He's likely to form a committee with Kenneth Dixon, once he returns from suspension. Terrance West currently sits atop the Ravens' depth chart, though Woodhead holds more value in PPR formats.