Torrey Smith's first NFL training camp has been about adjusting to a new offensive system and a different level of expectations.
After an entire offseason of presuming he would be a backup as a rookie, Smith felt his NFL world change in a matter of days when Derrick Mason signed with the New York Jets and Malcom Floyd stayed in San Diego.
The second-round pick out of Maryland is now preparing himself to start beyond Thursday's preseason opener at Philadelphia. Smith is ready to line up in the spot vacated by Mason, the franchise's all-time leading receiver, when the Ravens kick off the season against the Pittsburgh Steelers in 32 days.
"I know I'm not going to...