The legal problems of
As McClain continues to deal with the aftermath of an arrest in his hometown of Decatur, Ala., on charges of disorderly conduct and resisting arrest nine days after being signed to a one-year contract with a maximum value of $1.1 million, the Ravens are allowing the process to play out in the court system.
McClain pleaded guilty to a window tint violation Monday and had a false information charge dismissed.
McClain has been involved in several off-the-field issues since the
"I think this about McClain, he deserves a second chance," Ravens assistant general manager
"We have a relationship with a lot of Alabama players. We get a lot of good information from Alabama because of Ozzie Newsome's relationship with the school. So, we think he deserves a second chance."
DeCosta praised the Ravens' mentoring program and the leadership provided by veteran players and coaches, as well as player development officials Harry Swayne and O.J. Brigance.
"We have a program in place for every single player who comes to Baltimore," DeCosta said. "We have an individual plan for every single player that gets mapped out before they come on campus. Some guys have different issues.
"It could be family issues. It could be academic issues, financial issues. It could be off-the-field stuff. It could be