While the Baltimore Ravens, the National Football League, and the American public await the outcome of the Ray Rice Atlantic City debacle, the Ravens had some positive news to report, as the team was able to sign tight end (and Joe Flacco’s favorite receiving target) Dennis Pitta to a 5-year, $32 million contract. The deal will keep Pitta a Raven thru the 2018 season. However, the Ravens most glaring need is to fortify a raggedy offensive line that was severely challenged to open running lanes for running backs Ray Rice and Bernard Pierce. The team had hoped to re-sign left tackle Eugene Monroe, but it appears that he will test the league’s open market as a free agent, making the chances of the Ravens’ re-signing him a remote possibility. At this juncture of the offseason, the only sure positions on the offensive line are at the left and right tackle positions. If history is any indication, Ravens’ general manager Ozzie Newsome will find a way to successfully fill in the questionable offensive line positions.