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Running Back Ray Rice
Top Priority: Offensive Line
The Ravens had a magnificent season, as they reached the AFC Conference Championship Game before losing to Tom Brady and the Patriots.
Truth be told, this team has minor holes to fill, but they still have areas that they'd like to strengthen.
All-Pro running back Ray Rice is a free agent, but there's no way Baltimore will let him join another team. He will most likely be given the franchise tag.
A team can never have enough offensive line depth, and in the Ravens' case, they'd like to fortify their collection of "big uglies."
Center Matt Birk is in the twilight of his illustrious career, and they'd like to find an eventual replacement for the Harvard graduate. The bigger issue is the status of left guard Ben Grubbs.
The Pro Bowler has been a staple on the Baltimore line for multiple seasons. The Ravens would be extremely wise to bring Grubbs back into the fold.
Although some progress has been made, a report indicates that nothing is imminent in terms of re-signing the former Auburn player.
In addition, Baltimore would still like to add another playmaker on the offensive side of the ball.
The emergence of rookie wide receiver Torrey Smith has given quarterback Joe Flacco a big-time deep threat, but a slot receiver who can go over the middle and catch the intermediate throws would be a good get.