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Draft

  • Byrne Identity: Inside The Ravens' Draft Room

    Posted May 5, 2017

    The Ravens had a trade worked out to move up, but the team wanted more at the last minute. It was a frenzied situation as the Ravens were on the clock at No. 16, as four teams were making offers to trade up. Here's how Ozzie Newsome worked through it all with his team.

  • Ravens Officially Sign 16 Undrafted Rookie Free Agents

    Posted May 5, 2017

    Baltimore inked four wide receivers, one inside linebacker, a fullback and some potential returners among its 2017 undrafted rookie class. Check out highlights of some of the prospects.

  • Marlon Humphrey Wants To Surpass His Famous Father

    Posted May 4, 2017

    Ravens first-round cornerback Marlon Humphrey followed his father, Bobby, to the University of Alabama and the NFL. Now Marlon is primed to add to the family name.

  • What Ravens' AFC North Foes Did In The Draft

    Posted May 2, 2017

    Pittsburgh added a pass rusher and another wide receiver in the first two rounds. The Bengals have a high-potential, but risky class. The Browns took Myles Garrett No. 1 overall and made two more intriguing first-round picks, but passed on quarterbacks early.

  • Eisenberg: Ravens Gone Choirboy? I Think Not

    Posted May 2, 2017

    Pass rusher Tim Williams has some character concerns stemming from off-field incidents at Alabama. While the Ravens can’t guarantee he’ll stay out of trouble, they’re willing to gamble on his talent.

  • Late For Work 5/2: Biggest Winners Of Ravens' 2017 Draft

    Posted May 2, 2017

    Defensive Coordinator Dean Pees, running back Terrance West, and some of the young receivers should feel good about this year’s draft. Quarterback Joe Flacco honored at Philadelphia Soul game. Williams reminds coach of Lawrence Taylor. Cornerback Shareece Wright signs with the Buffalo Bills.

  • Ravens Not Done Adding Players To Address Remaining Needs

    Posted May 1, 2017

    Ravens General Manager Ozzie Newsome could still look to the free-agent market to bring in the ‘complementary receiver’ he covets.

  • Late For Work 5/1: Grades For Ravens' 2017 Draft Class

    Posted May 1, 2017

    ESPN’s Todd McShay labels pass rusher Tyus Bowser the best pick of Baltimore’s draft class. The draft shows the Ravens are getting back to their defensive, hard-hitting ways.

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