Thursday Ravens links: Improved offensive line key, Juan Castillo breaks down zone-blocking scheme

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Read what others are writing about the Baltimore Ravens.

Fantasy football running back rankings for handcuffs

With the slow season still in session, Purple Reign Show's Phil Gentile offers some solid advice when it comes to your upcoming fantasy draft, specifically with handcuffing starting running backs.

Could Le'Ron McClain wind up back in Baltimore?

Russell Street Report's Brian Bower poses the idea of the Ravens potentially bringing back Le'Ron McClain as an insurance player for short-yardage situations.

Improved offensive line could be key for Ravens

CSNBaltimore.com's Clifton Brown writes about the need for the Ravens' offensive line to improve, given its showing a year ago during the 2013 season.

Josh Bynes out to prove himself once again

The often-overlooked Josh Bynes is set on proving he belongs in the Ravens' inside linebacker rotation, writes BaltimoreRavens.com's Garrett Downing.

Juan Castillo explains zone blocking altimoreRavens.com's Downing hosted a tutorial in the zone-blocking scheme with offensive line coach Juan Castillo, who explained the nuances of the system.

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