The Facts: The Ravens are getting mandatory minicamp underway this week, which will be Beckham’s first practices since tearing his ACL during Super Bowl LVI while playing for the Rams. After signing with Baltimore in April, Beckham said on Tuesday that he’s feeling good about the progress he’s made with his knee — though he’s not going to put a percentage on where he is right now. “It feels good to be able to get out of bed and not feel pain,” Beckham said in his press conference. “It feels good to feel like if I needed to take off running right now, I could take off running. It’s been a long journey this time around and it was its own process, so I just had to take that for what it was.”
Diehards Line: HC John Harbaugh said there would be a ramp-up period for Beckham, which sounds like he’ll see limited reps during the three-day minicamp. Beckham told reporters that he wasn’t sure how much he’d be on the field. “I don’t have a set play amount or a number that’s in my head,” Beckham said. “I think it’s just, you come here you be a pro, you get your reps, get your work, you talk. You don’t always have to build chemistry, so to say, by taking reps. It could be a communication thing — how do you see it? And then, like I said, we’ll have a whole offseason — or after this camp breaks — to really get it going.” Beckham is planning to train in Florida with quarterback Lamar Jackson, which is where they’ll have an opportunity to continue to build chemistry training camp starts late next month. ... And we'll follow up as needed.