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LeVoir becomes latest starting right tackle

Mark LeVoir became the third lineman to start at right tackle for the Ravens this offseason.

LeVoir, whose only two career starts came in New England in 2008, jumped in with the starters in his second practice with the Ravens.

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"He asks veteran questions," offensive coordinator Cam Cameron said. "He knows NFL defenses. He's just got to get accustomed to how we go about doing things. He's a veteran football player and we'll find out a lot about him tomorrow and Thursday night."

The Ravens began training camp with Oneil Cousins at starting right tackle. After the preseason opener, they moved Cousins to right guard and promoted rookie third-round pick Jah Reid to the first team at right tackle.

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Cameron even mentioned the possibility of moving Marshal Yanda back to right tackle.

So, it's a wide-open competition.

"I don't know if it's narrowed down to any point," Cameron said. "We've got to let this thing play out, at least for a couple weeks."

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