And he doesn't care.
The OTAs have proven that Ryan will be moving out of the pocket and throwing on the run more frequently in 2015. Some might question whether that best fits his skill set, but the quarterback is not complaining.
"I think it's a good fit," he told ESPN. "Obviously, I've been able to move around at different times in my career. It wasn't a featured part of what we were doing ... I feel like I'm capable of doing it. I've got no issues with that."
Ryan has exceeded 4,000 yards passing in each of the last four seasons and has been remarkably consistent statistically. He has thrown for between 26 and 32 touchdowns in all of those years.
"I feel better than I ever have," Ryan said. "That is one of the things that has allowed me to kind of get back into throwing a little bit more and spending some time on the field is kind of a change in everything, kind of day-to-day life and how you work out and all of those kind of things have helped me feel younger."
Ryan added that he doesn't anticipate having trouble learning new offensive coordinator Kyle Shannahan's offense.
"There is a lot stuff you might just have a thing here [or] there that needs to be tweaked," he said.
"Schaub is certainly somebody that we could [add]," Quinn said. "As we get through it, we'll let you know if we go down that road."
The 34-year-old Schaub was released by the Raiders in mid-March.
"Matt Ryan fits everybody's offense," Shanahan said. "He's done a little bit of everything: drop back, play action. He's not done a lot of movement, but he has the athletic ability to do it. I'm really looking forward to working with him."
He will also have a deep threat in
"We are going to make (defenses) defend the deep ball," he said.
Ryan threw for 4,694 yards and 28 touchdowns in 2014, his second best yardage season of his seven-year career.
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