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Rabach fails physical, Ravens still searching for a center

Yesterday the Ravens announced that they had reached an agreement with veteran center Casey Rabach. Today, they announced he had failed his physical.

The Ravens reached an agreement on a two-year deal but failed his physical because of a shoulder injury he had at the end of last season. Rabach had surgery in the offseason to fix his shoulder problems and the Ravens have announced they will re-evaluate him in two to three weeks.

But with Rabach having failed his physical, Matt Birk having his knee scoped and being declared out for at least two weeks, and Chris Chester having moved on to the Washington Redskins the Ravens are really in trouble at center.

Undrafted rookie Ryan Bartholomew has been working with the first-team offense but has not been impressive by any means and has fellow undrafted rookie Tim Barnes has been said to be even less impressive.

Olin Kreutz (Chicago), Shaun O’Hara (N.Y. Giants), and Eric Heitmann (San Francisco) are the top available free agents but may all be out of the Ravens price range. Samson Satele (Oakland) may be a cheaper option.

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