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Peter King thinks Kenneth Dixon will start in Oct. for the Ravens

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By Anthony Caruso III

According to’s Peter King, he believes that fourth-round pick Kenneth Dixon will be the Baltimore Ravens starting running back. He says it could happen as soon as “the middle of October.”

The Ravens released their starter the past two seasons in Justin Forsett. The 30-year-old back has been their featured back ever since the team released Ray Rice following his domestic violence suspension.

Kenneth Dixon (Getty Images)

Kenneth Dixon (Getty Images)

Reports over the weekend suggest that Forsett is expected to re-sign with the Ravens in the coming days.

Dixon is presently out as he’s beginning the season with a knee injury. He suffered that injury in the third preseason game.

During that game, he was working with the first-team offense. King also says he has “legit three-down skills.”

As a Louisiana Tech player, he had 802 carries for 4,483 yards with 72 touchdowns. He also had 87 receptions for 969 yards and an additional 15 touchdowns.

He ended his collegiate career with an NCAA-record 87 career touchdowns, before former Naval Midshipmen quarterback Keenan Reynolds broke it late in the season.

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