"He's very intense. He's high energy for him being in the league eight years," Dickson said Wednesday. "He plays every play like it's his last, and for myself -- I'm three years in the league -- I can really appreciate that from a guy coming in eight years and out there with me. It's an honor having him here with me and the other guys."
Bajema, 29, an eight-year veteran, started 25 games for the
"I played seven years and I've never been in a situation where I didn't have a team right off the start," Bajema said after Saturday night's open training camp practice at M&T Bank Stadium. "It's a different thing. I was just working out, staying in shape. I believed once training camp started and things got rolling I'd get a call. I was just staying ready for that. … I knew I'd get a chance somewhere. I'm really happy it's in Baltimore with the Ravens."
The Ravens are looking for a third tight end to play with Dickson and fellow third-year tight end
"He is a tough kid, and he works his tail off. He is a hard-working guy," tight ends coach Wade Harman said Wednesday. "He's been around for a bunch of years, but you see him busting his tail out there down the field, catching balls. Whatever you need him to do, he is out there hustling. In drills, he gives 100 percent, and it's great for those guys to see. In line, he can block. He's got great toughness; he is not going to back down from anyone."
Bajema will make his debut in Thursday night’s preseason opener against the