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Key players missing from Chiefs-Ravens AFC Championship Game rematch

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Odell Beckham Jr., WR, Baltimore
Speaking of Ravens’ wideouts, one of the big names from last year’s roster is now with the Miami Dolphins. Odell Beckham Jr. signed a free agent deal with the Dolphins, recently, joining former Chief Tyreek Hill in a receiving corps also featuring Jaylen Waddle.

Beckham didn’t have too big an impact on last year’s Championship Game, catching just three passes for 22 yards. However, Beckham’s presence was felt during key moments throughout last season for the Ravens, as he proved he still had some left in the tank and wasn’t ready to call it an early career.

Gus Edwards, RB, Baltimore
The Ravens’ run game is going to look mighty different in this one. Gus Edwards is with the Chargers, meanwhile the Ravens now have Derrick Henry taking hand-offs from Lamar Jackson. The former Titans star and 2,000-yard rusher always felt like the perfect fit with this Ravens team, and now the dream has become reality for many Ravens fans.

In last year’s game, Edwards rushed only three times for 20 yards while catching a pass for 16 yards. The Ravens were criticized for essentially abandoning the run in that game, as Edwards led all running backs with three attempts. Jackson, meanwhile, carried it eight times for 54 yards.

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