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What to look for in the Ravens' preseason game tonight:


Kickoff specialist. Although J.R. Jenkins looked solid in the first two preseason games, the Ravens signed veteran Wade Richey to add to the competition. Both will have their turn at kicking off and trying to lock down a roster spot.


Right guard Bennie Anderson. The two-year starter has struggled in the first two preseason games, prompting the team to shop around for an upgrade. It's an important game for Anderson because starters are expected to play into the second half.


Outside linebacker Terrell Suggs. The first-round pick has had to try to regain lost time from his three-day holdout and nagging neck injury. He will come in as a rush end with the starters in passing situations and play outside linebacker with the second team.

On the bubble

Defensive end Nate Bolling. The former Ravens practice squad player is leading the team in tackles (nine) and sacks (five) but is still fighting to make the team. He is competing against veterans Joe Salave'a, Riddick Parker and David Nugent for one of the final spots.

Injury report

Receiver Frank Sanders (toes), cornerback Tom Knight (hamstring), linebacker Bernardo Harris (leg), running back Musa Smith (knee), tight end John Jones (concussion), safety Ray Perryman (shoulder) and receiver Hugh Smith (shoulder) will not play. Center Mike Flynn (knee) is doubtful and defensive end Jarret Johnson (shoulder) is questionable.

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