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Ravens' Anderson, Rabach competing at right guard

Ravens' Anderson, Rabach competing at right guard

OWINGS MILLS – With short, choppy steps, Casey Rabach seals off defensive linemen with his hands moving rapidly like a martial artist before searching for linebackers to block.<br><br> When Bennie Anderson lines up at right offensive guard for the Baltimore Ravens, it often becomes a physics equation: mass plus force equals a gaping hole for Pro Bowl runner Jamal Lewis to scamper through.<br>

A starter for the last three seasons, Anderson is attempting to fend off the challenge of Rabach, a versatile former third-round draft pick. The Ravens' dilemma centers around a choice of contrasting styles: maintaining the status quo and physicality on the right side with the 6-foot-5, 345-pound Anderson next to massive tackle Orlando "Zeus" Brown or upgrading the athleticism of the line by... Recommended Stories

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