• Newsome needs to work magic on offense

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Mar 4, 2014
    Baltimore Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome has built two Super Bowl champion teams. The one smudge on Newsome's impeccable track record has been his inability to put together a high-flying offense, outside of the four games in the 2012 Super Bowl run. He selected a Hall of Fame offensive tackle in Jonathan Ogden with his first draft pick and should have two other picks headed to Canton with Ray Lewis and Ed Reed This offseason, Newsome will certainly add to his reputation if he can fix one of the worst offenses in team history. He has the money to do it. He was the architect of one of the most dominating defenses in NFL history. The Ravens have $28 million in salary-cap space, the sixth-highest in the NFL. But can he find the right players to put around quarterback Joe Flacco Those who follow the Ravens' offseason mantra "In Ozzie We Trust" believe he can assemble the right supporting cast.
    Source: ESPN.com
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