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

Michael Oher believes he's better suited at right tackle.
Michael Oher believes he's better suited at right tackle.

Baltimore Beatdown's Jason Butt Talks Ravens With Glenn Younes

In case you missed it Wednesday night, I hopped 105.7The Fan's Glenn Younes Show to talk Ravens.

Michael Oher Says He's Better at Right Tackle

Oher is pleased he's practiced solely at right tackle this preseason, saying he's better at the position, writes's Ryan Mink.

Mike Preston: Training Camp Observations

The Baltimore Sun's Mike Preston writes what he saw in practice on Wednesday.

Coaches, Mentors, Teammates Reflect on Jonathan Ogden

The Sun's Childs Walker and Mike Kilingaman write about Ogden's legacy, with the former Ravens left tackle entering the Hall of Fame this weekend.

Why Bryant McKinnie's Important for 2013's Clifton Brown explains why the Ravens need Bryant McKinnie to be in shape this season.

Looking at Players Switching Positions

Press Box's Joe Platania takes a look at which players are switching positions in camp.

Ravens Taking Time With Marshal Yanda

The Ravens aren't rushing right guard Marshal Yanda back from shoulder surgery, WNST's Luke Jones writes.

What Role Will Visanthe Shiancoe Have?

The Sun's Matt Vensel wonders what role will new tight end Visanthe Shiancoe will have on offense.

Former Ravens Receiver Qadry Ismail Rips Cris Carter

On SiriusXM, Qadry Ismail called former Vikings receiver Cris Carter "a bona fide diva" that would hurt the team on occasion.

Ravens Showcase Revamped Defensive Line

Defensive line coach Clarence Brooks appears to enjoy his new-look position group, writes the Baltimore Sun's Aaron Wilson.

Chykie Brown Continues to Impress

Chykie Brown will likely be the No. 4 cornerback after camp ends, though he's played deserving of a starting spot, writes the Carroll County Times' Matt Zenitz.

Brandon Copeland Competing for Roster Spot

Sykesville, Md. native Brandon Copeland is hoping to work his way onto the Ravens' roster, writes the Carroll County Times' Matt Zenitz.