Dion Lewis

Guice's predraft visit doesn't mean Ravens consider RB a top need, but it doesn't hurt to look

Guice's predraft visit doesn't mean Ravens consider RB a top need, but it doesn't hurt to look

That the Ravens entertained LSU running back Derrius Guice on a predraft visit Thursday doesn’t suddenly mean that the team is determined to take a ball carrier early in next month’s draft. More than two dozen draft prospects will visit the Under Armour Performance Center in the coming weeks and not all of them will play positions that constitute major Ravens needs.

Whether running back is even a need is subject to debate.

Alex Collins, the hard-running, Irish-dancing running back who was curiously released by the Seattle Seahawks before signing with the Ravens before the start of the 2017 regular season, rushed for 973 yards and six touchdowns in 15 games (12 starts) last...

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