In the wake of Steelers quarterback
"I believe so," said Dixon, a former Steelers backup who started a 20-17 loss to the
"I'm happy to be back, obviously just being with this good group of guys. Things happen the way they happen."
Dixon emphasized that he would remain with the Ravens going forward, but noted he still wants a shot at playing time down the road.
"Obviously, I want to play," Dixon said. "If the opportunity arises, I would have to go forward with that. That's not the situation, though. I'm happy just to be here."
The Ravens cut rookie safety
As far as Dixon imparting knowledge about the Steelers' playbook, Ravens coach
"Not really a lot," Harbaugh said. "Obviously, it's a different offense now. We've studied those guys over the years. Dennis is focusing on being the best quarterback he can be and learning our system."