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<b>New right tackle LeVoir could be a mauler for Ravens</b><br>
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<u>By Mike Preston -- Aug. 22, 2011</u><br>
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The Ravens continued to play musical chairs at right tackle Monday, and the latest player they chose to dance with is Mark LeVoir, a pretty big partner at 6 feet 7 and 310 pounds.<br>
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The Ravens announced the signing of LeVoir on Sunday, and by Monday afternoon's practice, he was taking most of the repetitions with the first offense. From all indications, the experiment of trying to pencil in rookie Jah Reid, the team's third-round pick out of Central Florida, as the starting right tackle for the season opener on Sept. 11 has ended.<br>
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The Ravens have been talking about that possibility since they drafted Reid in April, but the odds were highly improbable, about as likely as <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PESPT008466" title="Jonathan Ogden" href="/topic/sports/football/jonathan-ogden-PESPT008466.topic">Jonathan Ogden</a> coming out of retirement to play left tackle for the Ravens again.<br>
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( Baltimore Sun photo by Karl Merton Ferron / August 23, 2011 )


New right tackle LeVoir could be a mauler for Ravens

By Mike Preston -- Aug. 22, 2011




The Ravens continued to play musical chairs at right tackle Monday, and the latest player they chose to dance with is Mark LeVoir, a pretty big partner at 6 feet 7 and 310 pounds.

The Ravens announced the signing of LeVoir on Sunday, and by Monday afternoon's practice, he was taking most of the repetitions with the first offense. From all indications, the experiment of trying to pencil in rookie Jah Reid, the team's third-round pick out of Central Florida, as the starting right tackle for the season opener on Sept. 11 has ended.

The Ravens have been talking about that possibility since they drafted Reid in April, but the odds were highly improbable, about as likely as Jonathan Ogden coming out of retirement to play left tackle for the Ravens again.

Click here to read the rest of this column.

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