The starting weak-side linebacker role unexpectedly became vacant with Zachary Orr's retirement, but his replacement may already be on the roster.
The theme of the offseason has been building a team that can 'finish.' But how do you teach a team to do that?
A combination of the draft and free agency will be used to help fill five vacant starting roles on the Ravens roster. But if Zachary Orr taught us anything, it’s that some answers may be right in front of us.
The Ravens general manager still has six months to fill offensive holes, and he will likely use draft assets to help do it.
By making a major investment in Brandon Williams, the Ravens are saying they care a great deal about stopping the run. Is that wise in today's NFL?
Baltimore's 2013 draft class was labeled a bust by many, but just cashed in for more than $100 million in free agency. Looking back, it's a reminder that we should reserve judgement on young players, including some still on the Ravens roster.
Tony Jefferson’s signing came as a surprise, but is a welcomed one. Danny Woodhead’s addition makes more sense now. Can’t blame the Ravens for losing Rick Wagner or Kyle Juszczyk, but there’s more work to be done.
In today’s free agency market, players can’t be criticized for taking the best deal for themselves, their family, and their fellow players. Don’t expect any of the Ravens’ top free agents to give Baltimore a break.