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Which second-year NFL player will make the biggest impact for the Ravens in 2014? The candidates are:

- Arthur Brown, ILB – With the Ravens drafting C. J. Mosley in the first round, Brown faces a major challenge to carve out a regular role on defense.

- Marlon Brown, WR – He led the team in touchdown receptions (seven) as a rookie. However, the Ravens’ wide receiving corps is more crowded with the acquisition of Steve Smith. Will Brown get as many opportunities, especially in the red zone?

- Matt Elam, S – He started as a rookie, and the plan is to move Elam primarily to strong safety. The Ravens expect more impact plays from Elam, and he will also be asked to mentor rookie safety Terrence Brooks.

- Kyle Juszczyk FB – Will the arrival of offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak mean more opportunities for Juszczyk, or will he be relegated primarily to special teams?

- Kapron Lewis-Moore, DE – Fully recovered from a serious knee injury, there is a role on defense for Lewis-Moore if he can effectively rush the passer

- Aaron Mellette, WR – Remember him? He showed flashes during preseason before a season ending knee injury, but the competition at WR will be fierce.

- Ricky Wagner, OT – He has a golden opportunity to become the starting right tackle, but is he ready.

- Brandon Williams, DT – The departure of Arthur Jones in free agency leaves a starting spot open on the defensive line that Williams may grab.

- http://www.csnbaltimore.com/blog/ravens-talk/open-thread-which-second-year-raven-will-be-best



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