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What’s going to happen with Baltimore’s offensive line

Late For Work 5/3: First Look At Marlon Humphrey In Madden

EA Sports put together a Madden rendering of Humphrey in the , which were released on Tuesday. Check the photo to see how Baltimore’s first-round pick looks in the purple and black.

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EA Sports used to make NCAA Football games every year, but the series was halted after the 2013 season because of legal disputes between EA Sports and the for using the images and likenesses of college athletes.

Humphrey arrived on Alabama’s campus in 2014, the first year without the video game.

Now Humphrey will be able to suit up as himself when the new version of Madden is released sometime this summer. And the Madden ratings will come out over the next few months, so stay tuned for those.

The future of Baltimore’s offensive line remains a bit of a mystery after the draft.

The Ravens took a pair of linemen in San Diego State’s Nico Siragusa and Texas A&M’s on the third day, but they may not be ready to start right away. Baltimore has open spots at center and right tackle, and Russell Street Report’s Brian Bower predicted that last year’s left guard, Alex Lewis, will make the move to the right side.

“Sure there are many questions, and the lack of answers is frustrating, but these things have a way of sorting themselves out in due time,” Bower wrote. “The likely scenario is that, because of Lewis’ flexibility, he will man the right tackle assignment come Week 1 of the regular season.”

If Lewis moves to right tackle, the Ravens would then have to replace him of cheap jerseys at left guard and still have the open center spot. John Urschel and will compete for the center job, and Siragusa could emerge as the starting left guard if the Ravens like what they see in him this offseason.

Bower also said he wouldn’t be surprised to see the Ravens add a veteran lineman to the mix before the season.

“The Ravens always have a play,” Bower wrote. “While some fans will say it’s not the right play, they always seem to have one. The likelihood of adding a free agent right tackle or even center is decent. Once the brass gets a better look at their offensive linemen on the football field it will tell them if they still need to make OL a priority before camp starts.”

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