Found December 28, 2011 on Ravens Locker:
The Ravens are sending seven players to the Pro Bowl and only guard Marshal Yanda won’t be a starter!  It’s pretty balanced as three players are offensive and 4 players are defensive.  24-year old Ray Rice definitely deserves to go.  He has played in 15 games for the Ravens so far this year and he has carried the ball 267 times for 1,173 yards (4.4 ypc) with 10 TD runs.  Rice has also caught 74 passes for 696 yards (9.4 avg) with 3 TD grabs so far this year.  30-year old fullback Vonta Leach has been opening holes for Ray Rice this year.  He has played in 15 games for the Ravens so far this year and he has carried the ball 11 times for 34 yards (3.1 ypc) and he has caught 14 passes for 62 yards (4.4 ypc).  Finishing out on the offensive side of the football is 27-year old  guard Marshal Yanda.  Yanda has played in 15 games (all starts) for the Ravens and he plays with a nasty disposition. 36-year old LB Ray Lewis is still playing at a high level, when he’s healthy.  Lewis has played...

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The Ravens are a good team. That much is clear. How good though? Well the Ravens had seven players named to the Pro Bowl.Those seven guys are running back Ray Rice, fullback Vonta Leach, guard Marshal Yanda, inside linebacker Ray Lewis, outside linebacker Terrell Suggs, safety Ed Reed and defensive tackle Haloti Ngata. All but one, Yanda, is a starter. Yanda is a second-team selection...

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