Tuesday Ravens Links

Evan Habeeb-USA TODAY Sports

Here's your daily 'Cup of Joe' with Ravens stories from other sources around the World Wide Web.

Mike Preston: Ravens hoping 'Trash Heap' Stokley, Clark Work Out

The Baltimore Sun's Mike Preston has his reservations about the Ravens signing two aging veterans to fix what are glaring problems on offense.

Marshal Yanda Happy To Be On Field Again

Right guard Marshal Yanda felt great about being able to finally practice, writes the Baltimore Sun's Aaron Wilson.

Tandon Doss Hoping For More Chemistry With Joe Flacco

Fourth-year receiver Tandon Doss believes he can be a go-to receiver, writes BaltimoreRavens.com's Garrett Downing.

A.Q. Shipley Pushing For Starting Center Job

Though Gino Gradkowski is still listed as Baltimore's starting center, the Carroll County Times' Matt Zenitz writes that backup A.Q. Shipley is making his case to start.

Brandon Stokley Rusty, But Productive

The Carroll County Times' Zenitz writes that Stokley has some work to do get up to full speed.

Jim Caldwell Knows Brandon Stokley, Dallas Clark Well

Jim Caldwell's familiarity with Brandon Stokley and Dallas Clark will help them grasp Baltimore's offense faster, writes CSNBaltimore.com's Clifton Brown.

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