RAVENS RUSH DEFENSE

From 2006 to 2011, the Ravens had a top-five rushing defense every year. They got back to that standard last season as they allowed 89.4 yards per game, which ranked fifth in the NFL. With so much bulk and athleticism inside with Michael Pierce (pictured), Brandon Williams and Brent Urban, there’s no reason why the Ravens shouldn’t have a dominant run defense. There will be pressure on weak-side linebackers Kamalei Correa and Patrick Onwuasor, who might rotate alongside C.J. Mosley.

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