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Ravens offensive line
The Ravens now have plenty of options to look at an array of offensive line arrangements. Over the next few months, the Ravens are going to need to decide if they want to look for a veteran left tackle, or if they're going to try to coach up some of the players they have.
1) Kelechi Osemele
Osemele has dropped weight this offseason and might be ready to take on the challenge. Osemele played outstanding at left guard in the playoffs after looking good at right tackle for most of the season. Osemele is extremely strong with surprisingly good feet that could be a decent option for left tackle.
2) Michael Oher
The Ravens know what they have here. Oher is an average left tackle at best and is much better off on the right side of the line. However, the Ravens might be willing to settle for average if none of the other options work out.
3) Re-Sgin Bryant McKinnie
McKinnie and the Ravens have spoken this offseason, so the possibility of him returning exists. However, it seems the team is concerned about his ability to stay healthy for an entire season.
4) One of the Rookies or Young Guys
It is believed that the organization really likes David Mims, who was a raw prospect they signed off the Chiefs practice squad. The team also drafted Ricky Wagner and signed Roger Gaines as an undrafted player from Tennessee State who has great size for a left tackle.