Ravens general manager Eric DeCosta wants a strong, physical offensive line that can help run the ball effectively and protect the quarterback.

He overhauled Baltimore’s o-line prior to last season, but injuries and inconsistent play hampered their performance.

Now, DeCosta is ready to go back to the drawing board to build an offensive line that can maul opponents.

“One of, probably, the points of emphasis this year is the offensive line,” DeCosta said. “How do we improve and how can we get better? Certainly, the Draft will be one resource; there will be other ways as well. Some of that is going to be guys we have on campus and them getting better with an offseason – some of these young guys maturing and developing into the players we expected them to be when we drafted them.

“So, the burden is on them. We have a couple of other guys that we brought in this past year that we’re excited about. We haven’t really seen them play yet, tackles, but we’re excited about what these guys might have a chance to do.”

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