Ravens’ entire 2024 draft class under contract

OWINGS MILLS — The Ravens have signed their entire 2024 draft class as the team gears up for more Organized Team Activities and a mandatory minicamp in June.

Outside linebacker Adisa Isaac (third round), wide receiver Devontez Walker (fourth round), running back Rasheen Ali (fifth round) and quarterback Nick Leary (sixth round) each signed their rookie contracts this week, the team announced.

Those deals were reached about two weeks after cornerback Nate Wiggins (first round), offensive tackle Roger Rosengarten (second round), cornerback T.J. Tampa (fourth round), center Nick Samac (seventh round) and safety Sanoussi Kane (seventh round) agreed to their rookie deals.

Several of these players, most notably Wiggins, Rosengarten, Tampa, and Isaac, will compete for starting jobs this season.

All those players were present during the Ravens’ rookie minicamp, but some were held out as a precaution.

Ali ruptured his biceps at this year’s Senior Bowl and ran drills individually without a helmet. He should be ready for training camp.

“I think they just want to protect the bicep, so it doesn’t get grabbed and re-injured,” Ravens coach John Harbaugh said. “As soon as they’re comfortable that that won’t happen – he’s doing all the on-air stuff, then when they’re comfortable with that, I think he’ll be out there at practice. There’s a chance he could see some OTAs. He’ll certainly be more than ready for training camp.

Isaac watched from the sideline because of a hamstring issue.

“Isaac kind of tweaked his hammy just a little bit, so that kind of stuff happens,” Harbaugh said.  

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