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Baltimore Ravens: The Competitors in the Wide Receiver Battle
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Who will start opposite Torrey Smith in 2013?

Despite the loss of 10 key contributors from the Super Bowl-winning roster, Ozzie Newsome has made a flurry of under-the-radar moves that prompted ESPN’s Matt Williamson to give them the highest offseason grade (A-) in the AFC.

The one position that Ozzie has yet to address is wide receiver. After trading away Anquan Boldin, not drafting a receiver until the seventh round and choosing not to sign an experienced free agent wideout, the Ravens are left with a gaping void at receiver.

Torrey Smith will step into the No. 1 receiver role but after that, playing time is completely up for grabs. The Ravens believe that their No. 2 receiver is already on the roster, and they’re giving their plethora of young receivers a chance to earn that spot.

Without further ado, let’s take a look at all the candidates that are vying for the No. 2 spot.

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