Thursday Ravens links: Breakout players, schedule analysis

Evan Habeeb-USA TODAY Sports

Read what other Ravens sources are writing about the team.

Every year there are some potential breakout stars. 2014 will be no different.

Last year it was Marlon Brown that seemingly came out of nowhere as an undrafted free agent to play a sizable role on offense. Who will it be this year?

Mike Randall at Baltimore Sports and Life lists three players poised to break out this coming season. One of those is running back Bernard Pierce. Read the story to find out the other two.

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With the NFL releasing its schedule Wednesday night, plenty of excitement has spread around the web about certain matchups in given weeks.

Thus, Purple Reign Show's Slater Jackson looked at the schedule and saw three games that stood out to him. One of these games is against an NFC South team, but probably not the one you're thinking of.

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Russell Street Report's Mike Fast breaks down Pittsburgh defensive lineman Aaron Donald and makes the case as to why the Ravens should draft him.

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CSNBaltimore.com's Clifton Brown offers ten takeaways following the release of the 2014 schedule.

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