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Ravens notes: Bobby Rainey focuses on special teams

Ravens notes: Bobby Rainey focuses on special teams

Diminutive running back Bobby Rainey might have been the Ravens' most productive offensive player last preseason, rushing for 55 yards and catching a team-leading 14 passes for 163 yards and two touchdowns. When the Ravens made their final cuts in 2012, the undrafted rookie learned that he had made the 53-man roster as the No.3 running back behind Ray Rice and fellow rookie Bernard Pierce.

However, on the eve of the team's Monday night regular-season opener against the Cincinnati Bengals, Rainey was cut in favor of running back Anthony Allen, who was re-signed because of his lead-blocking ability in front of Jacoby Jones on returns. The move prompted a change of focus for Rainey,...