"Aaron's got a lot of phsycial talent," Gailey said. "And if we can get him moved and get him to where he's standing up and doing some things off the edge, that might fit him a lot better than being a hand on the ground 4-3 defensive end. I think for him it's a great move. Hopefully that turns into being a great move for our football team."* Why can't the Ravens find a wide receiver in the draft who can contribute right away like Mike Wallace for the Steelers? It's a good question, but to be fair, even the Steelers didn't see it coming. Wallace caught 39 passes for 756 yards and 6 touchdowns -- better numbers, by the way, than Mark Clayton has posted in any season other than 2006.