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Ravens Add Beef to the O-Line with Adding Anderson

The Baltimore Sun is reporting that the Ravens have agreed to terms with former Cincinnati Bengals offensive tackle Willie Anderson on a three-year, $11 million contract.Terry Bolar, Anderson?s agent, confirmed Thursday?s agreement.

The addition of Anderson, who is scheduled to sign his contract at the Ravens? training complex Friday morning, comes days before the Ravens open the season against his former team. The four-time Pro Bowl selection was cut by the Bengals recently after refusing to take a pay cut. The 6-foot-5, 340-pounder picked the Ravens over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and San Diego Chargers after visiting the Ravens on Wednesday.

Bolar said Baltimore has a tradition of winning and he can?t think of a better fit for his client. This should be a good addition for the club as Anderson?s veteran presence should help some of the younger lineman.

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