The Ravens have a few more weeks of R&R before they return to Owings Mills to begin 2016 training camp.
Of course, a lot will change between now and Sept. 11, when the Ravens open the season against the Bills. But here's our own unofficial, it's-way-too-early training camp two-deep, with some caveats based on injury.
(Some projected starters such as Steve Smith and Elvis Dumervil are expected to miss most or all of camp.)
Joe Flacco, Ryan Mallett
No suspense here. The Ravens will be praying Flacco doesn't suffer any camp setback with his surgically-repaired knee.
Justin Forsett, Buck Allen
The carries will likely be distributed this year among Forsett, Allen, rookie Kenneth Dixon and maybe even a fourth back (Terrance West? Lorenzo Taliaferro?), but Forsett remains No. 1 when healthy. Kyle Jusczyk isn't listed here but remains in the fullback role.
Ben Watson, Dennis Pitta
Pitta's health will be one of the biggest stories of camp, but he looked ready to go in minicamp. If his twice-repaired hip holds up, you can bet Flacco will want him on the field. If not, and Pitta is forced to the sideline again, Crockett Gillmore becomes the No. 2. Maxx Williams will be on the field plenty as well. This group is deep and loaded, though not as deep as before suspensions sidelined Nick Boyle (10 games) and Darren Waller (4).
Steve Smith, Chris Moore
Kamar Aiken, Mike Wallace
Smith, Aiken and Wallace will all figure prominently, and the Ravens will be looking for Moore to make an impact as a rookie, too. Wait, no Breshad Perriman? He'll crack the two-deep when he's healthy, but at this point, who knows when that will be? Ditto for Michael Campanaro, who might be one more nagging injury from missing out on the roster. Former Navy QB Keenan Reynolds doesn't crack the two-deep but his development as a receiver and returner bears close watching.
LT - Ronnie Stanley, James Hurst
LG - John Urschel, Vladimir Ducasse
C - Jeremy Zuttah, Ryan Jensen
RG - Marshal Yanda, Vladimir Ducasse
RT - Rick Wagner, Alex Lewis
The left guard is Urschel's to lose, although the veteran Ducasse and Jensen could be in the mix as well. Lewis opened some eyes this spring as a rookie and could get a look at guard or tackle. Everyone here benefits from another season alongside Yanda, the best in the business.