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Former University of Maine defensive lineman Pat Ricard, now playing as a fullback for the Baltimore Ravens, scored his first career touchdown Sunday.

Ricard caught a one yard pass from Joe Flacco during the second quarter of a 44-20 Baltimore win over Detroit.

Ricard, who hadn’t scored a touchdown since his high school days in Massachusetts in 2011 where he was a fullback, came into Ravens training camp as a defensive lineman but was coverted to a fullback. Ricard had caught just one other pass this season.

Ricard was a first team Colonial Athletic Association player at Maine in his senior season, notching 50 tackles, 15.5 tackles for loss, and 5.5 sacks.



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