3 Baltimore Ravens primed to make their first All-Pro

Two second-year performers could make the All-Pro in 2023

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Baltimore Ravens, Tyler Linderbaum
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2. Is Tyler Linderbaum ready to leap into the All-Pro Discussions

Over the last two years, Jason Kelce has been the first-team All-Pro at center. The question may end up being if Tyler Linderbaum can be second-team All-Pro this year because that has shuffled from Cory Linsley to Creed Humphrey behind Kelce. Ravens fans saw the Chiefs draft a center, and by his second season, he was a second-team All-Pro. The same is expected from Tyler Linderbaum.

The Baltimore Ravens' new offense with Todd Monken may end up being able to get the most out of Tyler Linderbaum; it is more space, speed, and less power. If you know Linderbaum, you know that while he is undersized, he is quicker than a wrestler and tough wrangle. When he gets out in space, offensive lineman highlights can be created. He is that good.

If the offense takes that step, and it fits Linderbaum well, and he is getting highlights he may end up getting that nod.