2012 NFL Draft: 5 Running Backs the Baltimore Ravens Should Target

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2012 NFL Draft: 5 Running Backs the Baltimore Ravens Should Target
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As NFL free agency continues on, the Baltimore Ravens still have not made any moves. In fact, the team has only worsened since Tuesday, losing four key defensive players, as well as starting left guard Ben Grubbs.

The Ravens appear to be taking the "Ozzie Way" like usual, as general manager Ozzie Newsome is not known for going after big-name free agents.

But as free agency progresses, one position the team needs to address is running back. With the retirement of Ricky Williams, Anthony Allen is currently serving as the backup to Ray Rice. To repeat as AFC North champions, the team needs to find a more skilled back than Allen.

If that back doesn't come via free agency, the team will certainly address the situation in the draft.

Here are five running backs who could be drafted by the Baltimore Ravens in the 2012 NFL draft.

Note: Let me start off by saying none of the running backs on the list are going to be first- or second-round prospects. The need for a running back isn't that urgent, so the team will address the situation later in the draft.

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