Height/Weight: 6’5”/ 315 lbs.
Age: 26 / Experience: 5
Analysis: Tony Moll was acquired by the Baltimore Ravens at the beginning of the 2009 season to provide depth along the offensive line. Moll was never a consistent starter with Green Bay, the team that drafted him, but his versatility has lead to a fair amount of playing time. Moll can play both the guard and tackle positions, primarily on the right side of the offensive line. Moll has good timing and athleticism to go with his size. He is more of a finesse blocker and needs to improve his run blocking.
2010 Outlook: Moll could become a valuable back-up if the Ravens cannot get T Jared Gaither to step up his effort and preparation during training camp. With Oniel Cousins unable to practice, Moll becomes the most experienced option among the o-line reserves. Moll has been a bit banged up already in camp, but if healthy he can be at least serviceable for the Ravens. In an ideal world Gaither gets his act together and Moll sees limited time off the Ravens bench. Unfortunately, life in the NFL is rarely ideal.