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Damien Woody
In post-lockout frenzy, Ravens will have to focus on these priorities
In post-lockout frenzy, Ravens will have to focus on these priorities

If the NFL lockout ends next week as expected, the Ravens' first hurry-up drill of the season will be orchestrated by the front office. General manager Ozzie Newsome and other team officials will be cramming a typical four-month offseason into a matter of weeks. The Ravens will be pressed to retain their own free agents — which will include six starters if, as expected, players are allowed to hit the market after four years under the new agreement — fill holes on their roster with free agents from other teams, sign their eight draft picks and compete with the rest of the league for undrafted rookies. The Ravens have already had to move training camp from Westminster to...

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