Found September 30, 2012 on Pro Sports Daily:
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BALTIMORE -- It was a rough night for the Ravens' offensive line. After an encouraging game against the New England Patriots in which quarterback Joe Flacco wasn't sacked and was rarely hit, he sustained several big hits as the offensive line regularly broke down against the Cleveland Browns on Thursday night. Flacco was sacked a season-high four times and hit six times by the fourth quarter. During the first half, Flacco was sacked once by quick defensive tackle Ahtyba Rubin when left guard Ramon Harewood appeared confused and failed to pick up an inside stunt. Rookie right tackle Kelechi Osemele was beaten by defensive end Jabaal Sheard for another sack as he was unable to stop Sheard's bull rush. "They came in and played real hard, they had some nice moves that we maybe didn't see, I saw some new moves I hadn't seen out of my guy," said Osemele, a second-round draft pick from Iowa State who was also flagged for a false start. "They cam...
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