Ravens view Gaither as Ogden's potential heir

Give credit to Baltimore Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome. One of the best talent evaluators in the business, Newsome might not be sure yet who the Ravens' starting quarterback will be in a couple years, when Steve McNair is retired and former first-round flop Kyle Boller is playing elsewhere.

But Newsome, as evidenced by Thursday's supplemental draft, is certainly putting a face on the offensive line that will be protecting whomever lines up at quarterback.