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“Former Michigan co-captain Chris Wormley had a head start when he began the Baltimore Ravens’ weekend rookie minicamp.
Going from Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh to the Ravens, coached by Jim’s brother, John Harbaugh, gave Wormley an edge over his teammates. It also helped that his first defensive coordinator at Michigan, Greg Mattison, was the Ravens’ defensive coordinator before coming to Ann Arbor.
“A lot of similarities between the two organizations and the two coaching staffs,” Wormley told Baltimore reporters this weekend in a video posted on Baltimoreravens.com. “Coach (Greg) Mattison was the defensive coordinator the first few years I was there and there are a lot of similarities, a lot of the same calls, a lot of the same defenses. When you see those words and you see those defenses, it makes it a little bit easier to pick up on it and the adjustments and in-play calls are helpful.”
Wormley was a steady, mature presence on the Wolverines, and those traits are helping his transition with the Ravens.
“You’re kind of walking on your toes a little bit,” he said. “Kind of stay in the back, especially when OTAs start next week, try and more so be a fly on the wall and soak it all in without stepping on Terrell Suggs’ toes or getting in Joe Flacco’s way. It’s going to be a learning process when it comes to the culture of this organization once the new guys come in. But I’m excited to fit in and find my place and my role.”
He expected to be drafted higher than he was in NFL last week, finally picked s in the middle of the third round.
“Once I fell into the third round, I don’t know if it was disappointment but I was getting a little anxious,” he said. “Obviously, I’d like to be drafted higher but I fell to a great organization, I heard great things about this and the first day that I’m here it’s pretty special.”
As they watched on television the night of April 28 at his Ann Arbor-area house, Wormley asked his agent not to keep updating him on the conversations with teams.
“I tried to keep it as less stressful as possible,” he said. “So he sat around and didn’t say too much. Which is probably better than him chirping. My mom was already getting a little antsy too. She was complaining the process was taking too long and all the commercials and the commentators taking too long. So she was enough. Try to make it as least stressful as possible.”
Wormley’s agent monitored Twitter to get a head’s up on when the pick was coming, and soon he was on the phone with general manager Ozzie Newsome, coach John Harbaugh and defensive line coach Joe Cullen.
“I knew I was going to be the 74th pick, probably the 70th pick, so once that came … it was a sigh of relief once that happened,” he said.
Wormley doesn’t know how many snaps he’ll receive but is prepared for anything. The Ravens use their defensive line like Michigan’s last year, when Wormley rotated with Rashan Gary. Wormley rarely came off the field the year before that, as he didn’t have a suitable backup,
“Especially as a rookie, you’re going to take any snaps you can get,” he said. “If I play 30 plays, great. It also helps with running to the ball, that hustle and fourth quarter stamina able to endure those fourth quarters to play just as hard on the 30th play as on the first play. So there’s definitely benefits to rotating.””