Post-Draft Outlook:BEST PICK: Michael Oher wasn't the first offensive tackle off the board, but the Mississippi product should make an immediate impact at right tackle. There have been questions about his ability to pick up the offense, but Oher is a physical, determined lineman who will maul defenders. A closer look at the Ravens' picks: Round 1/23 -- Michael Oher, OT, 6-4, 309, Mississippi...The Ravens never expected Oher to fall into the second half of the first round. Team officials had rated him among the top 15 prospects in the draft. Thinking the Buffalo Bills might jump over them to get Oher, the Ravens traded a fifth-round pick to the New England Patriots to move from No. 26 to No. 23. Oher slipped because some questioned his intelligence, but the Ravens stressed that he is tough-minded. He will compete with Willie Anderson for the starting right tackle job. - by The Sports Xchange
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Draft Scout Michael Oher News
08/17/14 - T Michael Oher left the game with an arm injury against New Orleans, but the injury apparently was not serious.
04/03/14 - T Michael Oher was signed as an unrestricted free agent by the Titans from the Ravens March 15.
10/30/13 - -- OT Michael Oher didn't practice due to a sprained ankle, but it's not regarded as serious.
09/13/13 - RT Michael Oher reinforced the positive prognosis on his sprained right ankle, participating fully in practice again Friday. He is listed as probable.
Although Oher is limping slightly, he appears to be on track to play Sunday against the Cleveland Browns despite characterizing this as among the most serious sprains of his entire football career.
"It's definitely hurting me pretty bad," Oher said mid-week. "Hopefully, I can go on Sunday. This is one of the worst sprains I've had."
09/07/13 - OT Michael Oher, the starting right tackle, sprained his ankle. Oher indicated that he didn't believe it was serious.