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Dean Pees opening statement: (PEES) “It’s a happy day today. I am very excited. I want to give you a quick little story about this guy that he has no clue about. A couple of years ago when he was a freshman, I got invited by coach [Nick] Saban to speak at the Alabama clinic. As most of you know, I ...
The Ravens' first-round cornerback talked about following in his father's footsteps, what made him fall in love with football and what made him play so physical.
Ozzie Newsome Opening Statement: “As you just saw, we selected Marlon [Humphrey] with the 16 th pick. It was a little hectic; the phone was ringing. Several people were calling to move up to our pick. We got to a certain point on the clock, and we had already determined that Marlon was the player ...
Grades, Reaction To Ravens’ First-Round Pick Ravens fan T.J. Onwuanibe, the local Make-A-Wish teen who announced the Ravens’ first-round pick Thursday night, was certainly a fan of the selection of Alabama cornerback Marlon Humphrey. The fist pump says it all. Not everyone online had the same ...
The Ravens picked outside linebacker Tyus Bowser, defensive end Chris Wormley and pass rusher Tim Williams. General Manager Ozzie Newsome said Baltimore is trying to be 'very, very strong on defense.'
Michigan's Jabrill Peppers and Alabama's Reuben Foster had diluted samples in their combine drug tests. What's up with O.J. Howard being pegged to Ravens? Will Baltimore draft a developmental QB?
General Manager Ozzie Newsome said the Ravens wanted to improve their secondary depth with a talented player. Head Coach John Harbaugh said the Ravens are now the strongest they've been in the secondary in a long time.
Ravens Assistant General Manager Eric DeCosta opens up about how he rose up the scouting ranks (3:52), why his kids say he's a freak (12:33) and some of his best office pranks (15:24). Oh, and he talks in-depth about this year's draft (20:00)
The nine-year veteran would welcome another receiver from the draft, but believes the wide receiver unit is being slept on, especially Chris Moore.
The veteran safety added that the focus this offseason is to 'finish.' He said players are still salty about last season when too many games were lost in the fourth quarter.