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The question last week was, who do you want running the ball for the Ravens next season?  Forty of you answered (two answers were duplicates). Now, some of the votes might be affected by the item below about who's still on the market and who's not. However, nobody voted for Ahman Green, and Willis McGahee got two votes, so maybe not.

The winner? Jamal Lewis, with nine votes. I thought everybody hated the thought of him coming back? Of course, you could also view the results as saying 31 of you didn't want him back, with two voting, essentially, for "anybody but him.''

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In second, a draft pick, any pick (5 1/2 votes). In third, with 4 1/2 votes, Chargers restricted free agent Michael Turner; a lot of respondents said they'd love him if the price of getting him and/or paying him wasn't so high. Mike Anderson got four votes, Musa Smith two, with a voter splitting between him and P.J. Daniels. Also with two votes were Bears free agent Thomas Jones and Penn State's Tony Hunt. (Other rookies suggested: Michael Bush, Garrett Wolfe, Marshawn Lynch.)

Best argument for a single vote-getters was for Priest Holmes, which went against the rules, but came with this justification: "His legs might be very fresh after 1.5 years and no hits.'' True. There is the little matter of his head and neck being the main reasons for sitting out that time; plus, he turns 34 during the season. But the longing for Priest's Ravens days never slows. -David Steele

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