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Ravens offensive linemen not worried about how their play is perceived

Ravens offensive linemen not worried about how their play is perceived

Any NFL offensive lineman – whether it's a rookie such as Ronnie Stanley or a 10-year veteran such as Marshal Yanda – will likely tell you that it's best for players at their position to not have their names mentioned at all.

Offensive linemen become household names to the average football fan for taking penalties and missing blocks that lead to their quarterback getting hit. In other positions, going unnoticed is not a good thing. For an offensive lineman, it usually means a job well done.

Yanda has been selected to the Pro Bowl in five consecutive years and is widely regarded as one of the best guards in the NFL. Yet, when he was uncharacteristically called for...

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