GS: 11 | GP: 14 | Snaps: 710 Season in review: McClellan started the first seven games of the season and was solid, particularly against the run. However, he saw his role diminish in the second half of the season due to the return of Terrell Suggs and the emergence of Paul Kruger and Courtney Upshaw. His versatility was an asset, though. Signature moment: In a Week 2 loss to the Michael Vick and the Philadelphia Eagles, McClellan was all over the field -- and it was usually in a good way. He recorded six tackles, many of them being key stops. Stat that stands out: three -- missed tackles for McClellan, all in Week 12, according to Pro Football Focus. Pro Football Focus grade: +5.0 overall | +4.2 against the run | -0.2 in pass coverage | -0.5 as a pass rusher. Outlook for 2013 and beyond: McClellan could be buried as outside linebacker after the addition of Elvis Dumervil, but Ravens coach John Harbaugh hinted that McClellan, who played defensive end in college, could be moved to inside linebacker. He has some experience on the inside in the NFL, and that could help keep him in the defensive mix for the Ravens, who lost Ray Lewis and Dannell Ellerbe this spring.
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