Bryant McKinnie didn't start until the playoffs, when an injury forced the Ravens to reshuffle the offensive line. But he shined in the postseason run and says he won't give Baltimore a discount in free agency.
Baltimore Ravens left guard Kelechi Osemele has received praise this week for his strong performance in Super Bowl XLVII when he neutralized 49ers defensive lineman Justin Smith. Osemele, who started all 16 games in 2012, will likely be a key cog on the Ravens' offensive line for years to come.
The Falcons are free of worry, right? Not with Colin Kaepernick coming to town. And Tom Brady's Pats, always favorites at home, won't have it easy with the Ravens as Clark Judge breaks down championship Sunday.
Despite suffering a sprained ankle last Sunday vs. the Houston Texans, New England Patriots DE Chandler Jones practiced Wednesday on a limited basis. Jones' older brother, Arthur, a third-year defensive end with the Ravens, expects his brother to play when the teams meet Sunday.
Seattle Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch (foot) missed practice for a second-straight day. Ravens WR Torrey Smith was added to the injury report but practiced on a limited basis. Packers WRs Randall Cobb (illness) and Jordy Nelson (ankle) returned to practice.