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Boller regains starting job

Boller regains starting job

OWINGS MILLS -- Kyle Boller has regained his job as the Baltimore Ravens' starting quarterback, inheriting the worst scoring offense in the NFL two months after injuring his toe. Following his recovery from a hyperextended right big toe in the season opener, Boller will be under center Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Once again, Anthony Wright is the backup.

The Ravens (2-6) are banking on Boller reviving a lethargic offense that's one of the major reasons they're in last place in the AFC North. Baltimore is averaging only 12.1 points per game and ranks 26th in total offense. "Kyle Boller is our starting quarterback, and we weren't going to change that perspective after he got hurt," said Ravens coach Brian Billick, who considering inserting him... Recommended Stories

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