The Ravens safety has taken an active role in helping to shape Baltimore’s secondary, and has been a prominent figure around the Under Armour Performance Center this offseason.
The Alabama product is an ultra-smooth athlete who was underutilized in the Crimson Tide offense. He has a dynamic pairing of size, speed and playmaking ability. His ability to block is the biggest question.
Joe Flacco’s younger brother, Tom, threw passes to Corey Davis at Western Michigan as a dual-threat quarterback. Now, Davis, who is one of the draft’s top prospects, likes the idea of catching passes from the elder Flacco.
The hybrid defender has major athleticism and a great knowledge of the game, but doesn’t have a defined position. Peppers sees himself as a safety, but mostly played cornerback and linebacker in college.
With Ravens outside linebacker Terrell Suggs, 34, on the back nine of his career, Baltimore could look for instant pass rush now and a long-term replacement down the road. Three NFL draft analysts weighed in on who that could be.
If you spent much of your day fawning over the cuteness of Torrey Smith’s family, we’ve got your next fix. Tony Jefferson III (TJ3) keeps things interesting, just like his dad.
The USC wide receiver draft prospect has very similar size and style of play to Boldin, who excelled in Baltimore during his three years with the Ravens.
A couple months ago, Ravens Owner Steve Bisciotti talked about reducing the frequency of TV commercials to improve the viewer experience (and perhaps ratings). Now NFL executives will discuss the changes at next week’s league meetings.
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