Who's out there: A stocked market of top-flight left tackles became bearer after Denver's Ryan Clady and Kansas City's Branden Albert were slapped with the franchise tag, but Miami's Jake Long and New Orleans' Jermon Bushrod are set to become free agents. Unless the Ravens do something to create cap room, though, those guys carry price tags that are too pricy. The draft is said to have a lot of quality offensive linemen, including potential top-ten left tackles in Texas A&M's Luke Joeckel, Central Michigan's Eric Fisher and Oklahoma's Lane Johnson. Those guys will be gone by pick No. 32, but the Ravens could feel that someone such as Florida State's Menelik Watson, North Carolina's Brennan Williams, Oregon's Kyle Long, or Arkansas Pine-Bluff's Terron Armstead has potential as a future left tackle in the NFL.