Baltimore Ravens Must Target JuJu Smith-Schuster Friday Night

The Baltimore Ravens may have been shocked to see the top three receivers go off the board in the top 10 picks. They must target JuJu Smith-Schuster in the second round: The Baltimore Ravens added to their secondary. That’s a good thing too. The Ravens have to defend Antonio Brown twice per season against the […] Baltimore Ravens Must Target JuJu Smith-Schuster Friday Night ...
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19 minutes ago

Baltimore Ravens: The Secondary Is Stacked And Stocked

The Baltimore Ravens secondary is now fully stocked. They could have one of the best secondaries in the league after drafting Marlon Humphrey with the 16th pick in the 2017 NFL Draft. The Baltimore Ravens secondary has been a problem for a while. That problem has been officially been solved. The Ravens signed Tony Jefferson […] Baltimore Ravens: The Secondary Is Stacked And Stocked...
Via Ebony Bird
54 minutes ago

Ravens front office press conference: Ravens tried to trade up

The Ravens have selected Marlon Humphrey with the 16th overall pick in the NFL Draft, but from what the team has said in the press conference, Humphrey looks to have been a back up plan. Humphrey didn’t even come to Baltimore in a pre-draft visit, but according to head coach John Harbaugh, Humphrey was “by far” the best player left on their board. However, Newsome said...
Via Baltimore Beatdown
1 hour ago

WATCH: New Baltimore Ravens CB Marlon Humphrey Highlights

Aw yeah! Courtesy of YouTube, specifically Harris Highlights, Baltimore Beatdown is happy to help show off the Baltimore Ravens newest member of the team, cornerback Marlon Humphrey. Due to the NFL now allowing embeds, i can’t give you the video, but I can give you the link to Marlon Humphrey’s combine tape. Marlon Humphrey combine tape!
Via Baltimore Beatdown
1 hour ago

POLL: Grade the Marlon Humphrey selection!

What is your letter grade for the pick? It’s time for Ravens fans to grade Ozzie Newsome and Eric DeCosta’s selection. Do you agree with the Humphrey pick, and label it an A? Do you knock it down to a B from other players being there? With so many other players on the board do you drop it lower? Reminder, here’s a post on what players were left on the board when Baltimore...
Via Baltimore Beatdown
1 hour ago

Ravens Select Marlon Humphrey: Instant Reaction

The Baltimore Ravens selected Marlon Humphrey with the 16th overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft. This was a great value pick: There should be a ton of happy Baltimore Ravens fans right now, as Marlon Humphrey is the newest Baltimore Raven. Humphrey is a physical cornerback that fits the mold of the Ravens. This […] Ravens Select Marlon Humphrey: Instant Reaction - Ebony Bird - Ebony...
Via Ebony Bird
1 hour ago

Round 1 (No. 16): Ravens Select CB Marlon Humphrey

The Alabama cornerback has the size, athleticism and tenacity on the outside.
Via BaltimoreRavens.com
2 hours ago

Ravens select Alabama CB Marlon Humphrey with No. 16 overall pick in NFL draft

The Ravens hadn’t taken a cornerback in the first three rounds in five straight drafts, a fact team officials attributed to their insistence on sticking to their board and selecting the best player available. With cornerbacks at a premium in the pass-happy NFL, they’ve gone far earlier in recent...
Via Ravens Insider
2 hours ago

Carolina Panthers draft Christian McCaffrey at No. 8

The Carolina Panthers were one of the best teams in the NFL just two years ago, but last year was rough. Their offense completely fell off the map, with Cam Newton struggling under pressure. Carolina knew that they had to do something in the 2017 NFL Draft and they feel like they have accomplished that with Stanford running back Christian McCaffrey. Last season at Stanford, McCaffrey...
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2 hours ago  |  Discuss

Baltimore Ravens NFL draft picks: 2017 round-by-round results, grades

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6 hours ago

Sixteen thoughts on the Ravens' draft as the start of the 1st round nears

Steve Smith Sr.'s thoughts on the Ravens' potentially drafting Clemson wide receiver Mike Williams - he told baltimoreravens.com that Williams doesn't really change anything for the team and he wouldn't consider him with the 16th overall pick - were certainly interesting. Williams is a phenomenal...
Via Ravens Insider
11 hours ago

Late For Work 4/27: Best- And Worst-Case Scenarios For Ravens' First Pick

Ravens aren't afraid to take another wide receiver despite 'worst track record in the NFL,' but the pressure is on. Baltimore will have to deal with Marshawn Lynch next season. Keenan Reynolds signs tender.
Via BaltimoreRavens.com
14 hours ago

Who we think the Ravens will draft in the first round tonight

With the 16th pick in the first round, the Baltimore Ravens … Jeff Zrebiec, reporter: Select Corey Davis, WR, Western Michigan. Ravens fans rejoice as Ozzie Newsome gets that coveted target for Joe Flacco and selects the draft's top route runner. Mike Preston, columnist: Select Marlon Humphrey,...
Via Ravens Insider
17 hours ago

14-year-old cancer survivor to announce Ravens’ 1st pick

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — T.J. Owuanibe is known as “the kid with the football” at Children’s National Hospital in Washington, D.C. On Thursday night, he’ll be “the kid announcing the first selection” for the Baltimore Ravens at the NFL draft. The 14-year-old eighth grader at McDonogh School in Baltimore was diagnosed two years ago with brain cancer. He recently told Make...
Via MyNorthwest.com
1 day ago

Do’s and Dont’s for the Baltimore Ravens in the 2017 Draft

The Baltimore Ravens 2017 offseason has been successful to this point. Ravens General Manager Ozzie Newsome will want to end the offseason in a high note with a successful draft. The Ravens have done some productive signings. They have fortified their defense by resigning Nose Tackle Brandon Williams, and signing free agent safety Tony Jefferson and free agent corner back Brandon...
Via isportsweb.com
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Mike Wallace plans on replacing Steve Smith as Ravens ‘trash talker’

The Baltimore Ravens do not need to worry about filling former wide receiver Steve Smith’s shoes in the trash-talking department. Thankfully, wideout Mike Wallace has volunteered to take on that duty.“I just have to curse a couple more people out, choke a couple more people out,” Wallace said, via Jamison Hensley of ESPN. “I was telling (wide receivers coach) Bobby (Engram...
Via Sportsnaut
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Ravens TE Konrad Reuland donates heart to Hall of Famer Rod Carew after Reuland died of a brain aneurysm

Last December, Ravens tight end Konrad Reuland experienced sharp pain in his head. The 29-year-old was discovered to have had a brain aneurysm and was sent to the hospital. Two weeks later, Reuland would be dead as a result of that aneurysm. Reuland had been a fan of baseball Hall of Famer Rod Carew and met Carew as an 11-year-old. Their lives were connected back then and 18 years later...
Via The Comeback
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Rod Carew got heart transplant from former NFL TE

Baseball Hall of Famer Rod Carew is fortunate to be alive after facing a number of health challenges over the past year-plus, but he is doing well because of a heart transplant he received back in December. Believe it or not, the heart that is currently keeping Carew alive once belonged to a fellow former professional athlete.Konrad Reuland, an ex-NFL tight end who was just 29 when...
Via Larry Brown Sports
13 days ago  |  Discuss

NFL coaches back idea of shortening OT to 10 minutes

No one in the NFL likes ties. The old saying that it’s like kissing your cousin rings true. In fact, there were players in the game’s past that had no idea a game could end in a tie. Yes, we’re looking at Donovan McNabb here.In any event, the league has thrown a couple different ideas at the wall to change overtime around the NFL recently. Some conclude that a college-style...
Via Sportsnaut
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Former Seahawks OT fighting team, NFL over painkiller handouts

There’s an ugly underbelly of drug dependency and the NFL’s willingness to push painkillers that has defined the league’s past. It’s something that the recently retired Eugene Monroe has been looking to educate the public on for some time now.As former NFL players continue to face debilitating issues stemming from their playing days, this topic has become more prevalent in...
Via Sportsnaut
20 days ago  |  Discuss

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