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    The dark horse in the left guard race.



    Again just OTA's but Justin Boren (6'2 325 lbs) who is a complete mauler has looked impressive thus far. He would also make that interior line huge if he lined up at center. Good to see the players we don't expect much from doing well. Someone to look out for in the pre season games.

    http://www.baltimoreravens.com/News/...n_In_OTAs.aspx




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    Sounds awesome -- I'm excited to see him in the preseason BUT...I think I read the exact same article about Oneil Cousins during OTA's 2 years ago....

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    Re: The dark horse in the left guard race.

    KO is going to be the starting LG.
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    Re: The dark horse in the left guard race.

    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
    KO is going to be the starting LG.
    Yes, in preparation for his move to LT in 2013... Bc




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    Re: The dark horse in the left guard race.

    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
    KO is going to be the starting LG.

    Id be really surprised if he isnt. I like our inside depth that we lacked last year and id still like to see reid push oher for that RT spot which i think he can win.
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    Re: The dark horse in the left guard race.

    I'm not saying he's going to start really, but he is going to offer some good depth as a center and guard, he may even compete with Gino next season for the center spot.




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    Re: The dark horse in the left guard race.

    There was a lot of hope around Boren last year. But chicagoravensfan is right...Unfortunately, you have to take anything that comes from BR.com with a grain of salt...The team is looking to create storylines, they aren't going to negatively critique one of their own players like an outside media source would, such as WNST, Aaron Wilson, etc. A year or two back, there was an article on there about Cam Cameron saying he could see Oneil Cousins being the starter at T that year. Obviously, that was all a bit of propping on their part.

    That said, I hope that Boren does play that well in camp. Whether or not he starts, always good to have quality competition to push the best player up.
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