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Assistant General Manager Eric DeCosta is having a tough time predicting who Baltimore will take in the first round. He said he doesn’t know who the first quarterback, receiver and running back off the board will be or where they’ll go.
The Ravens’ first draft pick was in New York City on April 20, 1996, but thought he was going to be holding up an Arizona Cardinals jersey.
Check out the moment when eighth grader T.J. Onwuanibe found out from Head Coach John Harbaugh that he will travel to Philadelphia to announce the Ravens’ top draft pick.
Baltimore will start and finish with divisional games and finally got a home Monday Night Football game, but will have to face their division rivals the week after returning from London.
Baltimore’s Marching Ravens have become an institution and celebrated part of the team’s gameday entertainment.
The Ravens quarterback said he would be mad at himself if he injured his knee and wasn’t wearing a brace. He’ll look into getting a new brace and will practice his sliding.
The Ravens quarterback reiterated that his knee did not affect his play last season, but it did leave him catching up during the offseason. Flacco is happy that he’ll have more time with his young receivers and won’t have his knee as a distraction.
The Ravens quarterback doesn’t do much campaigning with the front office for wide receivers, but he would’ve liked to bring back former receiver and friend Torrey Smith. And he has reached out to his brother at Western Michigan for a scouting report on first-round receiver prospect Corey Davis.
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