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    I don't even waste my time listening tk Harbaughs interviews. He gives u nothing and if he does 9 times out of 10 the exact opposite happens. Anything of importance is kept behind closed doors.




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    Quote Originally Posted by arnie_uk View Post
    I don't even waste my time listening tk Harbaughs interviews. He gives u nothing and if he does 9 times out of 10 the exact opposite happens. Anything of importance is kept behind closed doors.
    I understand that and I am normally the same way, but when it is something like a depth chart in a preseason game after a couple players he was describing perform well over a period of time I tend to listen to it. I mean we're going to find out really quick on Thursday if he meant what he said or not. I was just asking if that pertained to furstenburg as well




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    Quote Originally Posted by JCroUSAF View Post
    I'm curious as to when harbaugh said give the young receivers the chance with the ones if that would go for furstenburg as well? I know he isn't a wide receiver but I think he has earned every right to get that chance as well. I haven't heard of him having any issues with drops
    Dig. I haven't read anything negative anywhere on Furst&10.
    Can't wait to see him vs. STL next week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NCRAVEN View Post
    "meh" ... Its more of a sound than a word. Basically saying I'm not impressed
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    RT @jeffzrebiecsun: Hall of Famer Jonathan Ogden watching ‪#‎Ravens‬ practice today. Suggs playfully challenged him to get on the field so he can "try his luck"




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    @mattvensel: According to @PFF, Joe Flacco has attempted just one pass beyond 10 yards during the preseason. Proof the #Ravens are holding back?


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    last year the ravens threw some curves after the preseason. KO to RT, MO to LT and Harewood to LG. I would not be shocked to see some changes like that in personnel for week 1. My thoughts. Keep and eye on Wagner and Mellette.




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    Quote Originally Posted by SeeBass View Post
    last year the ravens threw some curves after the preseason. KO to RT, MO to LT and Harewood to LG. I would not be shocked to see some changes like that in personnel for week 1. My thoughts. Keep and eye on Wagner and Mellette.
    If the Ravens don't make a trade, I could see Mellette getting some playing time in Week 1. However, I don't see Wagner as the starting LT going into Denver.




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    Say what you will about Dickson - and I'll agree he's had his issues in the past. But the Ravens need him to play a significant role this year. I'll count it as a good thing he's back at practice, whether or not he actually plays in Denver.

    And Dirt, I agree with you about Wagner. Barring injury, McKinnie is our LT again this year. But if there's even a possibility that Wagner is good enough to be groomed as his successor some time down the road - even though it's too early to say that, of course - then I think fans can really be happy about the Wagner pick.




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    Quote Originally Posted by trailhiker85 View Post
    And Dirt, I agree with you about Wagner. Barring injury, McKinnie is our LT again this year. But if there's even a possibility that Wagner is good enough to be groomed as his successor some time down the road - even though it's too early to say that, of course - then I think fans can really be happy about the Wagner pick.
    I like Wagner a lot. IMO, he has already shown that he could be a starting NFL OL. That is something that Ramon Harewood and Jah Ried have yet to do. I just don't think the Ravens would make that move in Week 1. I do agree that if Wagner continues to impress, that he has a chance to be the LT of the future. If Wagner and Mellete develop into quality starters, then this might be the best overall draft that the Ravens have ever had.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirt1 View Post
    I like Wagner a lot. IMO, he has already shown that he could be a starting NFL OL. That is something that Ramon Harewood and Jah Ried have yet to do. I just don't think the Ravens would make that move in Week 1. I do agree that if Wagner continues to impress, that he has a chance to be the LT of the future. If Wagner and Mellete develop into quality starters, then this might be the best overall draft that the Ravens have ever had.
    Wagner has been really good at LT against second and third tier guys...saying he could start at LT right now is a bit of a stretch IMO.

    Love the potential, but I don't know about starter. Maybe next year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
    Wagner has been really good at LT against second and third tier guys...saying he could start at LT right now is a bit of a stretch IMO.

    Love the potential, but I don't know about starter. Maybe next year.
    I agree. I don't see Wagner as a starter this year. But if he continues to impress and improve, then I think he has a chance to be the LT of the future.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirt1 View Post
    I agree. I don't see Wagner as a starter this year. But if he continues to impress and improve, then I think he has a chance to be the LT of the future.
    Absolutely.
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    If we get a lead and need to burn some clock let him spell McKinney to try and save him. McKinney isn't a great run blocking anyway.




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    Heard something on SXMNFL Radio the resonated with me today.

    Mellette running with the 1's may not be the great scenario everyone thinks it is or indicative of great practices.

    It could also be a "put up or shut up" type situation for him. Pat Kirwin believes that's the case with him, saying he's known many HC's who will put a guy in with the first team as a last straw kind of scenario. He cited the early reports from camp that he wasn't having much success early on, thus the coaches are now justifying the draft pick and throwing him to the wolves. Make or break.

    Makes sense but I'm not sure I buy it fully. Just thought it was an interesting perspective. Kirwin believe Mellette will be anywhere from the 5th WR to a practice squad guy this year.
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