Dennis Pitta

#88TE,
Yds
729
Y/G
45.6
TD
2
Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 238
Born:
College: Brigham Young
Birth Place: Fresno, California
Draft: 2010 4th round (16th pick) by the
  • Ravens Nest: The Ravens are still looking for answers in free agency
    Baltimore Beatdown

    Ravens Nest: The Ravens are still looking for answers in free agency

    An interesting slate of Baltimore Ravens news... Given the state of offensive line play in the league, it’s surprising that Mangold remains a free agent. However, it's probably telling as well. He acknowledged earlier in the offseason that he was still recovering from an ankle injury. His asking price is said to be extremely high with the 33-year-old reportedly wanting to be paid like a top-10 center. That would mean a deal worth around $6 million a year. If that's the asking price, you can probably rule the Ravens out. Boykin joined Glenn Clark Radio Tuesday to talk about how things have gone so far in his transition to Baltimore after signing on June 5. Boykin is coming off a lost season with

  • Top 5 players Cowboys regret passing on in 2016 draft: from a dynamic return man to pair of pass rushers
    SportsDay

    Top 5 players Cowboys regret passing on in 2016 draft: from a dynamic return man to pair of pass rushers

    There's not much to regret about the Cowboys draft in 2016. We'll see how this plays out, but the class of '16 could be one of the most impactful in franchise history. That doesn't mean it was perfect. No draft is. With that ridiculously high bar in mind, let's look at how last year's draft could have rated higher or been even more productive. Noah Spence, DE, Eastern Kentucky Drafted 39th overall by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Defensive end Noah Spence got off to a slow start for Tampa Bay but showed promise late. He started three games before the season was done and finished with 5.5 sacks and forced three fumbles. He was named Defensive Rookie of the Month for November with 2.5 sacks and two

  • The biggest competitions of training camp
    Ravens Wire

    The biggest competitions of training camp

    The Baltimore Ravens won’t be doing anything football related until training camp starts back up on July 27. When they do, they’ll jump right into preparing for the 2017 season and that means that they will start competitions to fill positions that are currently empty. But which competitions are going to be the most impressive and interesting this year? We look at the positions where the players will compete for starting roles: Both of the starting spots at defensive end are open after the Ravens traded Timmy Jernigan away to the Philadelphia Eagles and saw Lawrence Guy sign with the New England Patriots. This will be an intense competition as Brent Urban, Chris Wormley, Bronson Kaufusi and Willie