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Draft Scout James Hurst News
01/05/15 - LT James Hurst got the start again and held up well against the Steelers aggressive pass rush. The rookie has received increased playing time with tackle Eugene Monroe out with an ankle injury.
"It was real nerve racking," Hurst said. "A rivalry, a playoff game everything is a first for me. There were certainly a lot of nerves for me before the game. You just have to get into a groove and realize you are playing football. All the hard work that you put in preseason and the whole season and trust the stuff you know."
01/04/15 - OT James Hurst, a rookie, filled on the left side of the line for OT Eugene Monroe.
10/20/14 - LT James Hurst had another tough learning experience filling in for the injured Eugene Monroe. The undrafted rookie from North Carolina was called for holding three times in the first half, costing the Ravens 30 yards. Hurst struggled to adjust to the Falcons' quick pass rush. Monroe is progressing and could return next week.
10/19/14 - LT James Hurst had a rough day. He was called three times for holding in the first half, costing the Ravens 30 yards. Hurst struggled to adjust to the Falcons quick pass rush. Hurt is an undrafted
rookie out of North Carolina, filling in for the injured Eugene Monroe, who could return next week.
09/29/14 - LT James Hurst did a solid job making his first career start in place of the injured Eugene Monroe, who is expected to miss several weeks after having a minor surgical procedure on his knee.
Hurst, who was a four-year starter and an All-ACC selection at North Carolina, did not allow a sack, despite being targeted by the Panthers. Hurst was undrafted after he broke his leg in his final college game. He was initially expected to be as high as a second round pick.
Ravens coach John Harbaugh was impressed with the performance ... sort of.
"I didn't notice him, so that must be a good thing, right? I can't wait to see it on tape, but it seemed like he played well," Harbaugh said. "We ran the ball well. We did a good job across the board, I think, blocking as a group. The unit has played exceptionally well. We have to keep building, but it's nice to have some depth in there."