Kelly said Ravens officials have indicated they plan to adopt a “wait-and-see” approach with Moore when he gets to the team’s training camp in July rather than placing him immediately on the physically unable to perform list with an eye toward spending the 2013 season on injured reserve.
“The last two weeks going into the draft, I probably got more conversations (from NFL executives) on Kap than I did on Manti Te’o and Tyler Eifert,” Kelly said, referring to Notre Dame’s two highest picks in the 2013 draft. “He’s a very intriguing prospect. He played at 310 pounds in the national championship game and was playing very well … He’s seen as a high-value pick in the sixth round. I know coach (John) Harbaugh was excited to see him on the board at that point.”
Asked about the Ravens’ plans in regard to Lewis-Moore in 2013, Kelly said: “They’re not sure whether he’s a PUP (list) guy yet. They’re going to wait and see. He’s made really good progress.”
_ Jimmy Burch