David Ojabo, a second-round draft choice of the Baltimore Ravens, will take part in his first practice of the year. Ojabo and fellow outside linebacker Tyus Bowser resumed practicing on Wednesday, according to the Ravens. Ojabo won’t be playing this week, but John Harbaugh told the media after practice that he was “extremely satisfied” with his recuperation.
Ojabo’s Achilles was torn during his Michigan Pro Day in March, and he was later selected in the second round of the 2022 NFL Draft. At his last collegiate season, the Wolverine produced 11 sacks and 35 tackles while playing in Ann Arbor under current Ravens defensive coordinator Mike Macdonald. Before the injury, Ojabo was probably selected in the first round. The rookie has been listed as injured and unable to play football. Additionally, Bowser tore his Achilles during Baltimore’s season-ending game in 2021. Before the 2022 season, he was put on the PUP list. A hurt Baltimore defense will benefit greatly when both pass rushers are fit enough to play.