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A certain movie falls flat inside the Ravens' locker room

As has become his tradition, outside linebacker Terrell Suggs played a movie Thursday on the PlayStation3 game console that he keeps in his locker in the Ravens locker room.

His choice? None other than The Blind Side, a 2009 film that chronicled Ravens offensive tackle Michael Oher's journey from the streets of Memphis to NFL stardom.

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As soon as Oher recognized the movie, he loudly declared, "That should be a rule, that you can't watch that."

Several players, including defensive end Trevor Pryce, defensive tackle Kelly Gregg and safety Haruki Nakamura, told Oher that they have yet to see the film, which earned an Academy Award nomination for Best Picture and Sandra Bullock the Academy Award for Best Actress.

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Gregg, however, did have the funniest line. When lead actor Quinton Aaron appeared on-screen, Gregg quipped, "They got it spot-on, face-wise and body-wise."

Aaron is listed as standing anywhere between 6 feet, 8 inches and 6 feet, 10 inches and weighing between 350 and 360 pounds. Oher is 6-4 and 313 pounds.

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