Rating the QBs
How the Ravens' quarterbacks stacked up in yesterday morning's team drills:
1. Chris Redman
Engineered a 35-yard drive in a hurry-up drill against the first-team defense, which put the offense in range for a 42-yard field goal. Despite constant pressure, he threw a 13-yard pass to Randy Hymes and a 10-yarder to Ron Johnson. In another drill, he found Travis Taylor for an 18-yard gain.
2. Kyle Boller
Remained relatively quiet with fewer reps. In what has become a daily occurrence, he connected on a deep pass, a 40-yard throw down the sideline to Hymes. The rookie had to stretch forward on one play to make a handoff and fell on his face.
3. Anthony Wright
Primarily ran the scout team.
Tony Weaver had a couple of good rushes on the quarterback, one time coming against Orlando Brown. ... Hymes made the catch of practice, snatching a 40-yard pass over the outstretched hands of Airabin Justin.
For a padded practice moved 45 minutes away to M&T; Bank Stadium, the Ravens allowed hardly any hitting.
"Way to get him, Bright. TT, you got checked by Bright." -- Cornerback Chris McAlister, praising Lamont Brightful's defense on Travis Taylor in the afternoon practice.
Running back Musa Smith (knee), center Mike Flynn (knee), linebacker Cornell Brown (hamstring), safety Ray Perryman (shoulder), receiver Javin Hunter (Achilles' tendon), linebacker Bernardo Harris (leg), tight end Trent Smith (leg), receiver Frank Sanders (toes), receiver Todd Devoe (hamstring), cornerback Tom Knight (hamstring), fullback Harold Morrow (knee) and punter Dave Zastudil (hamstring) did not practice.
Full-squad practice 9:30 a.m. to 11:15 a.m. Special teams 3 p.m. to 4 p.m.
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