RAVENS LINEBACKER ADALIUS THOMAS VS. BROWNS TIGHT END KELLEN WINSLOW
George Kokinis, the Ravens' pro personnel director, sizes up a critical matchup against the Browns:
Thomas has become the Ravens' most versatile player, moving from linebacker to safety to lineman in a single game. In two games this season, he has 13 tackles, two sacks (one for a safety) and an interception. A sixth-round pick in 2000, Thomas became a full-time starter in 2002 as a defensive end. He moved to linebacker in 2003, when he made the Pro Bowl as a special teams player. Winslow, the sixth overall pick of the 2004 draft, played two games the previous two seasons because of leg injuries. He said he'll never be 100 percent after damaging his right knee in a motorcycle accident, but he still has the potential to be one of the most productive tight ends in the game. He leads the Browns with 12 receptions for 105 yards and a touchdown.