Post-draft depth chart: Offensive line

A position-by-position look at the Ravens after the draft:

Offensive line

Starters: Jared Gaither (LT), Ben Grubbs (LG), Matt Birk (C), Marshal Yanda (RG), Michael Oher (RT).


Top backups: Chris Chester (G-C), Oniel Cousins (T), David Hale (C-G), Ramon Harewood (T), Tony Moll (G-T).

Reserves: Stefan Rodgers (T), Joe Reitz (T), Bryan Mattison (G), Digger Bujnoch (C), Daniel Sanders (G-C).


Biggest change: The biggest change was the lack of any change. For the first time since 2004, the Ravens return their entire starting five. In fact, the Ravens' top nine linemen from a year ago all come back.

Top offseason storyline: Shopping around Gaither. The Ravens gave him a first-round tender as a restricted free agent, which was a sign that the team was willing to listen to offers. According to team officials, no team called to inquire about Gaither.

Burning question: Who is the Ravens' left tackle of the future: Gaither or Oher?

Note: Bujnoch and Sanders both joined the Ravens on Jan. 22. Bujnoch has been a member of the New York Giants, Cincinnati Bengals and New Orleans Saints. Sanders was released by the St. Louis Rams just before the start of the 2009 season.

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