Where does this leave the Ravens?
Well the Ravens offensive line is going to be interesting. That’s about the only thing we know at this point. The Ravens are going to have Ryan Jensen and Matt Skura compete for the starting role. In other words, two players the casual fan probably doesn’t even know are going to have a chance to be a starter for the Ravens. If I had to put money on it, I would say Skura wins the job. That being said, neither player has proven much of anything in the NFL.
The Ravens drafted two offensive linemen this year; neither of them are natural centers. Nico Siragusa has a legitimate shot at starting at guard, but if he plays center it would be a big surprise. Jermaine Eluemunor is an offensive tackle, that probably is going to move to guard. The Ravens are left with two possibly viable options at center, an overload at guard and James Hurst at right tackle. I had Urschel pegged as the starting center because he was the most experienced player the Ravens could plug in. Oh well.
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