Ravens highest and lowest rated players, preseason week 2

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Jul 30, 2015; Owings Mills, MD, USA; Baltimore Ravens running back Terrence Magee (30) runs with the ball during day one of training camp at Under Armour Performance Center. Mandatory Credit: Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports

Highest rated offensive players

Nick Easton (3.4), Kaleb Johnson (3.1), Terrence Magee (3.0), Jeremy Zuttah (2.5), DeAndre Carter (1.3)

The Ravens might be decimated with injuries along the offensive line, but center was the least of their worries Saturday night.  Starter Jeremy Zuttah saw action on only 19 snaps but played well, which is a nice sign after an inconsistent finish to 2014.

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Behind him, Nick Easton played even better across a whopping 73 snaps (albeit against backups).  He was strong as a run blocker (3.7), but only mediocre in pass blocking (-0.4).

Meanwhile, Kaleb Johnson filled in well at left guard, playing equally well in both run blocking (1.2) and pass blocking (1.7) across 63 snaps.

Surprisingly, by far the best Ravens running back on the field Saturday night (besides Justin Forsett) was likely practice squad candidate Terrence Magee.  Magee made his 27 snaps count, turning them into 11 carries for 44 yards.

Of the wide receivers, DeAndre Carter received the highest grade while playing 20 snaps and recording 3 receptions on 5 targets for 34 yards, and he saw action on special teams with one kick return.

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