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Ravens shake up their safety personnel, don't get desired results
Ravens shake up their safety personnel, don't get desired results

The Ravens shook up their personnel alignment at the safety position Sunday, but it didn't achieve the desired results. The defense allowed 383 passing yards and three touchdown passes during a 34-33 loss to the San Diego Chargers. The Ravens began the game in a three-safety set with Will Hill at free safety, Jeromy Miles at strong safety and 2013 first-round draft pick Matt Elam at the big nickel spot. Previously the starting strong safety, Darian Stewart played just three snaps on defense, a clear demotion. Hill played every snap and had five tackles, one for loss. Miles played all but two snaps and had three tackles and a fumble recovery. Miles played solidly. “I...

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