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Ravens sit starting offensive linemen despite lack of playing time together
Ravens sit starting offensive linemen despite lack of playing time together

The Ravens decided to take the cautious route by sitting their starting offensive line for the preseason finale. That means the first time all five starters will play together will be the season opener against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Starting center Matt Birk (who had been recovering from knee surgery) and left tackle Bryant McKinnie (signed a day before the third preseason game) won't play a snap this preseason. While Ravens coach John Harbaugh's general rule has been sitting starters in the final preseason game, he indicated this week that he might want to get the first-team offensive line some work. But Harbaugh said the risk of injury was a factor, too. In addition to the...

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