The Ravens might have found a keeper in new right offensive tackle Mark LeVoir. Before being cut by the New England Patriots on Aug. 17, he was challenging for the starting job. He has been in the league for five years, the last three as a rotating tackle for the Patriots. If he can become the starter, it would give the Ravens offensive line a lift because Marshal Yanda would be allowed to stay at right guard.

Ever since the Ravens moved to Baltimore in 1995-96, they haven't had a consistent right tackle. They've had some good ones like Orlando Brown and Harry Swayne, but no one who has handled the position for an extended period of time.

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Below is a list of some of the ever changing players at right tackle for the Ravens:

Orlando Brown, Harry Swayne, Leon Searcy, Oniel Cousins, Willie Anderson, Adam Terry, Jared Gaither, Michael Oher, Tony Pashos, Ethan Brooks, Everett Lindsay, Kip Vickers, Erik Williams, Jah Reid and Spencer Folau. The Ravens even tried guard Edwin Mulitalo at the position in a failed experiment.

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