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The St. Louis Post-Dispatch is reporting that Dennis Dixon is still an option for the Rams but he is also being pursued by the Ravens. The Ravens need a back up quarterback for Joe Flacco. The only other QB on their roster is Tyrod Taylor. While Taylor could be a capable back up he has not had a chance to show he can play in the NFL.
Dixon has started in this league. He almost beat the Ravens if not for a late interception when Ben Roethlisberger was out with an injury. Dixon while he may not be starter material is a good back up who plays the quarterback position athletically. He does tend to shy away from making plays but he can get over that with more time on the field.
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