Report: Michael Oher Has Seen His Last Days With The Ravens

Reports Says Michael Oher Has Played His Last Game WIth The Baltimore Ravens

Since being drafted in the first round of the 2009 NFL Draft, Michael Oher has started every game for the Baltimore Ravens. Oher is a free agent in 2014 and just finished through his rookie contract. However, the 27-year-old tackle is not a priority to be re-signed according to a report.

Oher’s 2013 campaign was not a great one by any means. He allowed eight sacks and 43 total quarterback pressures. Now, it seems that the most famous tackle in football, because of the hit movie a few years ago, “The Blind Side,” has played his last game with the Ravens.

Oher struggles heavily in the running attack. According to Pro Football Focus, Oher averaged a grade of -1.06 a game in run blocking. Oher finished average in pass blocking. Oher never formed into a left tackle like the Ravens hoped for and he stayed at right tackle for the most part.

Oher should be able to find a home somewhere else in the National Football League without any real problem. Oher has a nice track record of being a first round choice, a Super Bowl champion, and durability to start in 80 consecutive games. Oher was making a salary of about $3,785,000 in Baltimore. That price may fall a bit for Oher with his next team.

Brandon Sweeney is Co-Editor of the Gab Network. Follow him on Twitter @NFLNSTUFF, Like him on Facebook , add him to Google+, and Trust him on Sulia.

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  1. […] Oher should be able to find a home somewhere else in the National Football League without any real problem. Oher has a nice track record of being a first round choice, a Super Bowl champion, and durability to start in 80 consecutive games. Oher was making a salary of about $3,785,000 [ Click Here To Read More ] […]

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