None, according to Bajema.
"We're in training-camp mode, and we're just doing everything," Bajema said after Saturday's session at the team's practice facility in Owings Mills. "When the season starts, I'm sure the coaches will have roles for everybody on the roster. The offense will be catered to the strengths of different players, but right now, I'm just doing everything that I can in every aspect of the game to be the best tight end I can be and help the team the best that I can."
Despite being signed by the team on Aug. 1, Bajema has quickly leapfrogged
The remaining tight ends on the roster, Drew and rookies
"I've tried – from the day I got here – to get in the playbook and show them that I know what I'm doing, to show them that I can play and do things to help the team win," he said. "Whether it's in the run game or passing game or special teams, anything I can do to help the team win, that's what I'm going to try to do."
History would appear to be on Bajema's side. In the four years that
Still, Bajema could be a casualty of final cuts this Friday. If Dickson and Pitta return – as they have insisted – in time for the regular-season opener against the
That may be a legitimate concern, but it's one that Bajema said he is not entertaining.