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Michael Oher, whose life story was the subject of Michael Lewis' 2006 book, "The Blind Side: Evolution of a Game" and the subsequent film starring Bullock, has been demoted, no longer playing the position that helped make him famous.

The Baltimore Ravens picked up former Vikings offensive lineman Bryant McKinnie to play left tackle and will shift Oher, the pride of Memphis and Ole Miss, to the less important right tackle position.

"I'm going to play left and they'll slide Oher over to the right," McKinnie said in a radio interview, according to the Carroll County Times. "Yes, that's what'll take place."

Oher played right tackle as a 2009 rookie in Baltimore.

The 2009 Warner Bros. film was nominated for best picture and helped Bullock win the Academy Award for Best Actress, Golden Globe Award for Best Actress and the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a female actor in a leading role.

With a production budget of $29 million, the sports drama has earned $255,959,475 in domestic total gross, according to Box Office Mojo.

McKinnie had interest from several high profile teams who needed help on the offensive line, but explained why the Ravens were his choice.

"They have a great chance of making it to the playoffs, and then hopefully the Super Bowl," McKinnie said.

While the Eagles, Patriots and Jets get more attention, the Ravens are the only NFL team to win a postseason game each of the past three seasons.

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