AH: Well, my first reaction to the Stokley signing was that it was a complete knee-jerk reaction to the first preseason game, which is very un-Ozzie like. Now Stokley coupled with Dallas Clark, that makes a bit more sense. This may indicate that Ed Dickson and Deonte Thompson are more injured than believed. It also means Shiancoe is not a lock to make the team. The three biggest reasons I don't love these moves is that it shows very little patience with the younger receivers' development (it was one preseason game), the signings eat into available roster spots, and it muddies the salary cap waters if another, better player comes available. Good players are going to now be on the bubble. The upside? The Ravens now have two proven veterans who, if they remain healthy (a big, fat if), can provide leadership and production. If Stokley and Clark can muster a combined 60 to 75 receptions and provide guidance to the younger receivers, it will be a good move.