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    Ravens Sign Bill Bajema



    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...-billy-bajema/

    Bajema, who started 12 games for the Rams in 2011 and 25 over the last three seasons, isnít going to replace Pitta in the passing game. He had just nine catches last season and his career high of 14 is just about what Baltimore got from Pitta in Week 17 and the playoffs. His blocking could be useful in the running game, though, and heíll have a chance to stay on as the third tight end once Pitta recover




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    Re: Ravens Sign Bill Bajema

    Not surprised.

    He's a good blocking TE. Not much of a pass catching TE though.
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    Re: Ravens Sign Bill Bajema

    I think it's a solid signing and he can possibly remain on the team as the 3rd TE once Pitta returns




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    Re: Ravens Sign Bill Bajema

    I would have liked Kris Wilson back.




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    Re: Ravens Sign Bill Bajema

    It'd odd because he was with us all last year, played decently, and knew the playbook.




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    Re: Ravens Sign Bill Bajema

    Ditto the sentiment on Kris Wilson; I thought he did pretty well in his limited role last year. Oh well, maybe Bajema will do a decent job, if he sticks. The Ravens may frequently need a blocking TE to play next to our LT ...whoever that's going to be...




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