Rice starting to get his grove back After struggling most of the season with the change of speed in the game, Ray Rice seems to be finally getting himself back on track. Rice has been staying after practice with Coach Link and the offensive line to improve the running attack. “I am starting to see the holes in the OLine much better. I think that in the beginning of the season I was trying to run between the tackles too much and not using my speed”. Coach Link agreed with Rice’s assessment and has been mixing the play calling up much more. “When you have a player like Ray on your team, you have to make opposing defenses acknowledge the threat of him breaking a long run to the outside. I was not allowing Ray to use that and take full responsibility. The important thing is that we think we have discovered what we were doing wrong and are working hard to fix it.” Trade winds blowing Rumors are swirling at Ravens headquarters that there is a big trade that has been agreed upon in principle that will be announced the first day of the offseason. Coach Link was tight lipped as always about the possibility, but sources close to the team say that it will involve FS Ed Reed for a top WR. The Ravens ranked in the bottom of the OMFL in total offense this season so although Reed, a top FS, would be a tough player to lose, the addition of a top WR may help sooth the pain.