The Ravens don't have that guy. Jacoby Jones has got the speed, but doesn't seem to have earned the club's confidence in the role and has done nothing to claim the job this preseason. He just doesn't have the hands. The Ravens have liked Tandon Doss since taking him in the fourth round of the 2011 draft, but he makes boneheaded plays, like failing to read the blitz and break off his route in a play against Carolina that lead to a painful (well, as painful as any play can be in preseason) interception and score. Marlon Brown, the towering undrafted rookie out of Georgia, has looked like a promising complement to Smith. At 6-foot-5, with giant mits and a condorian wingspan, he's even bigger than Boldin with quick feet and, so far, sure hands. He looks like a lock to make the team, but it's hard to imagine an undrafted rookie starting for the defending champs at such an important position.