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2012 All-Pro Team

2012 All-Pro Team

NEW YORK (AP) The Associated Press 2012 NFL All-Pro team selected by a national panel of 50 media members:

OFFENSE(equals)

Quarterback-Peyton Manning, Denver.

Running Backs-Adrian Peterson, Minnesota; Marshawn Lynch, Seattle.

Fullback-Vonta Leach, Baltimore.

Tight End-Tony Gonzalez, Atlanta.

Wide Receivers-Calvin Johnson, Detroit; Brandon Marshall, Chicago.

Tackles-Duane Brown, Houston; Ryan Clady, Denver.

Guards-Mike Iupati, San Francisco; Jahri Evans, New Orleans.

Center-Max Unger, Seattle.

Placekicker-Blair Walsh, Minnesota.

Kick Returner-Jacoby Jones, Baltimore.

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Ends-J.J. Watt, Houston; Cameron Wake, Miami.

Tackles-Geno Atkins, Cincinnati; Vince Wilfork, New England.

Outside Linebackers-Von Miller, Denver; Aldon Smith, San Francisco.

Inside Linebacker-Patrick Willis, San Francisco; NaVorro Bowman, San Francisco.

Cornerbacks-Richard Sherman, Seattle; Charles Tillman, Chicago.

Safeties-Earl Thomas, Seattle; Dashon Goldson, San Francisco.

Punter-Andy Lee, San Francisco.

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SECOND TEAM(equals)

OFFENSE(equals)

Quarterback-Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay.

Running Backs-Alfred Morris Washington; Jamaal Charles, Kansas City.

Fullback-Jerome Felton, Minnesota.

Tight End-Jason Witten, Dallas.

Wide Receivers-A.J. Green, Cincinnati; Andre Johnson, Houston.

Tackles-Joe Thomas, Cleveland; Joe Staley, San Francisco.

Guards-Marshal Yanda, Baltimore; Logan Mankins, New England.

Center-Maurkice Pouncey, Pittsburgh.

Placekicker-Phil Dawson, Cleveland.

Kick Returner-David Wilson, New York Giants.

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DEFENSE(equals)

Ends-Justin Smith, San Francisco; Julius Peppers, Chicago.

Tackles-Justin Smith, San Francisco; Ndamukong Suh, Detroit, and Haloti Ngata, Baltimore.

Outside Linebackers-Chad Greenway, Minnesota; Ahmad Brooks, San Francisco, Clay Matthews, Green Bay, and DeMarcus Ware, Dallas.

Inside Linebackers-Daryl Washington, Arizona; London Fletcher, Washington.

Cornerbacks-Champ Bailey, Denver; Tim Jennings, Chicago.

Safeties-Eric Weddle, San Diego; Jairus Byrd, Buffalo.

Punter-Thomas Morstead, New Orleans.

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Ravens 2017 Preseason Schedule: Opponents, Dates, Times, TV Channel, How to Watch

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Ravens 2017 Preseason Schedule: Opponents, Dates, Times, TV Channel, How to Watch

The 2017 NFL preseason will be here in no time. Once the preseason gets here, it is just a matter of time (a month) before the regular season is set to begin. 

Back in April the NFL announced the preseason schedule for all 32 teams.

The Baltimore Ravens four preseason games will span across four weeks starting on August 10, running to August 31. 

Opening up the exhibition schedule, the Ravens will host their beltway rivals, the Washington Redskins on August 10 at 7:30 p.m. ET. The game can be seen on WBAL-TV, as well as the other three preseason games. 

RAVENS 2017 PRESEASON SCHEDULE

Week 1 Ravens vs. Redskins:

Opponent: Washington Redskins
Location: M&T Bank Stadium
When: Thursday, August 10, 7:30 p.m. ET
TV Channel: WBAL-TV

Week 2: Ravens at Dolphins

Opponent: Miami Dolphins
Location: Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Florida
When: Thursday, August 17, 7:00 p.m. ET
TV Channel: WBAL-TV

Week 3: Ravens vs. Bills

Opponent: Buffalo Bills
Location: M&T Bank Stadium
When: Sunday, August 26, 7:00 p.m. ET
TV Channel: WBAL-TV

Week 4: Ravens at Saints

When: Thursday, August 31, 8:00 p.m. ET
Opponent: New Orleans Saints
Location: Mercedes-Benz Superdome
TV Channel: WBAL-TV

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Amid Eric Decker rumors, Ravens front office now shifts attention to offensive line

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Amid Eric Decker rumors, Ravens front office now shifts attention to offensive line

Following the signing of veteran receiver Jeremy Maclin, the Ravens were rumored to be a potential suitor for Eric Decker after his release from the New York Jets. 

Although receiver is a position that must improve, Baltimore owner Steve Bisciotti recently made it clear that the team needs to address the offensive line now. 

The Ravens offensive line faces major changes after right tackle Ricky Wagner signed with the Detroit Lions this offseason, center Jeremy Zuttah was traded to the 49ers, and guard Marshal Yanda is recovering from offseason shoulder surgery. 

In the 2016 draft, the Ravens took Notre Dame left tackle Ronnie Stanley with the 6th overall pick. Stanley had an impressive rookie campaign, earning AFC North Rookie of the Year in a season where he only allowed three sacks while blocking for Flacco. 

The team added some young talent in this year's draft as well, taking guard Nico Siragusa (No. 122) and Jermaine Eluemunor (No. 159) both in the fourth round. 

However, it is unsure if either rookie is ready to be thrown into the starting offensive line right away.

The Ravens front office may have just made a big splash when signing Jeremy Maclin, but they aren't quite done fixing an offense that has suffered many departures over the years. 

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