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

Ed Dickson told BaltimoreRavens.com that he could play now if the coaches wanted him to.
Ed Dickson told BaltimoreRavens.com that he could play now if the coaches wanted him to.
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Ed Dickson feels good to go

Dickson told BaltimoreRavens.com's Ryan Mink that he could play this week if he had to, though he'll listen to the coaching staff about his return.

Michael Huff settling in to safety

Huff bounced around from safety to cornerback in Oakland, but can now focus solely on safety in Baltimore, writes the Baltimore Sun's Aaron Wilson.

Offensive line depth a concern

The Baltimore Sun's Mike Preston believes depth on the offensive line is worrisome, though the starting five should be fine.

Tough decision to make at receiver

The Ravens have seven healthy receivers and an injured Deonte Thompson to choose from, writes the Baltimore Sun's Jeff Zrebiec.

Decision loom at receiver

WNST's Luke Jones writes that the Ravens have some decisions to make at an otherwise underwhelming receiver position.

Ray Rice's Super Bowl tattoo

Check out Rice's new ink, courtesy of BaltimoreRavens.com's Ryan Mink.

Three running backs competing for one spot?

BaltimoreRavens.com's Garrett Downing writes that Anthony Allen, Bobby Rainey and Delone Carter are competing for a final running back spot.

Tandon Doss could be odd man out in Baltimore

With eight receivers for Baltimore to choose from, Doss could be the one asked to leave the team, writes the Carroll County Times' Matt Zenitz.

Bottom of roster special for Jerry Rosburg

The special teams coordinator embraces the last roster spots, as they usually become contributors to his unit, writes CSNBaltimore.com's Clifton Brown.