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UP: Tight end Crockett Gillmore

With the typical “It’s preseason” qualifiers, Gillmore looked the part of a No. 1 tight end against the Saints Thursday. Mike Preston was right when he said Gillmore is carrying himself like the top dog. He was a mauler at the line of scrimmage on the Ravens’ first drive, and caught two balls for 17 yards in the first half. Gillmore will be a threat in the red-zone, too, after a year of watching slick short-yardage receiver Owen Daniels while he was a rookie.

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