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After rookie season, John Urschel wonders: 'What more could I have done?'

After rookie season, John Urschel wonders: 'What more could I have done?'

When the Ravens selected offensive guard John Urschel in the fifth round of the NFL draft out of Penn State last May, he was something of a curiosity -- a math scholar with a 4.0 grade-point average who had won the academic equivalent of the Heisman trophy. By the end of the season, though, Urschel had gained attention for more than his academic accomplishments. He emerged as a valuable stand-in at right guard when a season-ending foot injury to right tackle Rick Wagner forced the Ravens to shift Pro Bowl right guard Marshal Yanda to right tackle. Urschel started five games, including both playoff games. He more than held his own in single-blocking situations against New England Patriots...

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