Monday Ravens links

The Baltimore Sun's Aaron Wilson believes the Daryl Smith investment is already beginning to pay off. - Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

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

Investment in Daryl Smith paying off

Smith looks like he'll be able to a do a good job at inside linebacker, writes the Baltimore Sun's Aaron Wilson.

Daryl Smith the perfect heir to Ray Lewis

BaltimoreRavens.com's Ryan Mink writes that Smith is a perfect replacement for No. 52.

It's called chemistry -- Joe Flacco and Marlon Brown have it

BaltimoreRavens.com's John Eisenberg writes it's clear to see that Flacco and Brown displayed a certain chemistry with each other last Thursday.

Undrafted rookies carry equal weight

The Ravens are typically one of the best in the NFL at discovering undrafted free agent talent, writes the Baltimore SUn's Jeff Zrebiec.

Brandon Stokley could play key role in passing game

Stokley's addition could prove to be an important addition, writes the Carroll County Times' Matt Zenitz.

Visanthe Shiancoe's release could open door up for Matt Furstenburg

With Shiancoe's contract terminated on Sunday, the Ravens could decide to go with the undrafted rookie tight end out of Maryland, writes the Carroll County Times' Zenitz.

Nowhere to run?

CSNBaltimore.com's Bo Smolka writes that there's a lot of potential for this year's Ravens' run defense to feature a stout defensive front that keeps rushing yards at a minimum.

Dream ends for Gerrard Sheppard

Former Towson receiver Gerrard Sheppard saw his hopes of making the Ravens' roster come to an end, writes CSNBaltimore.com's Bo Smolka.

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