John Harbaugh: Plan is to keep Kelechi Osemele at left guard

John Harbaugh said the plan is to keep Kelechi Osemele at left guard.

That would mean the Ravens are in the market for a right tackle.

If everything goes according to plan, the Ravens only need to concern themselves with the right tackle position.

At the NFL owners meetings on Tuesday, Ravens coach John Harbaugh told reporters that the current plan is to keep Kelechi Osemele at starting left guard.



Of course, as Matt Zenitz of the Carroll County Times tweeted, the plan could change, which would move Osemele to right tackle and create an opening at left guard. But with Osemele at left guard, Harbaugh told reporters that Rick Wagner is slated in as the team's starting right tackle for the moment.

That would mean that a tackle is almost guaranteed to be selected in the first two rounds of the upcoming NFL draft. Or at least you'd have to think one would be. Left tackle Eugene Monroe, left guard Osemele, center Jeremy Zuttah and right guard Marshal Yanda are locks for the starting lineup. Now it's a matter of filling that final spot.

Other notes, via twitter, from Harbaugh's media availability:





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