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  • Thu., Apr. 26, 2018 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM EDT Flock Party Draft Edition Fans are invited to attend the Ravens Flock Party: Draft Edition at Hightopps Backstage Grille to watch the first night of the NFL Draft. Starting at 6 p.m., 98 Rock and WBAL Radio will broadcast live, while Ravens alumni players, including WR Jacoby Jones and FB Le’Ron McClain, Ravens Cheerleaders and mascot Poe join the festivities onsite for a night of giveaways, photos and autographs. Fans in attendance will also have a chance to enter to win a $10,000 cash prize by correctly picking the Ravens’ first draft pick.
  • Thu., Apr. 26, 2018 8:00 PM EDT NFL Draft Follow the Baltimore Ravens through the 2018 NFL Draft.
  • Sat., Apr. 28, 2018 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM EDT Draft Fest On Saturday, April 28, the Ravens will host Ravens Draft Fest, presented by Verizon, at a new location – Baltimore’s Inner Harbor – from 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. Fans will be able to watch Day Three of the NFL Draft and be a part of Ravens history when the team announces its fourth-, fifth- and sixth-round selections live from the Baltimore Harbor via the NFL Network.
  • Thu., May. 31, 2018 5:00 PM EDT Beach Bash Flock to the Beach with the Ravens for our annual Ravens Beach Bash presented by Miller Lite.

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Bob Eller
Senior Vice President Of Operations

Biography

BOB ELLER is in his 31st season with the franchise and his 34th in the NFL. Eller directs the day-to-day operations of the team, including at the Under Armour Performance Center, summer training camp and minicamps, team travel and catering for the players, coaches and staff. The Baltimore native has been with the franchise since 1987, serving in both the public relations and operations departments.

Eller is overseeing the Under Armour Performance Center’s ongoing renovations, which are scheduled for completion in July of 2018. He is also spearheading logistical operations and travel for the Ravens’ first-ever game in London this season. In 2004, he directed the team’s move to its new Owings Mills training facility.

His career began as an intern for the Baltimore Colts in 1983, while a senior at Towson State University (business administration). A year later, the team’s first in Indianapolis, he joined the club and was quickly promoted to director of public relations. Eller then moved to Cleveland in 1987 to become the Browns’ assistant director of public relations. He was promoted to director of operations and information in 1991. Bob was then invited to join the team in the move to Baltimore in 1996, helping to facilitate many of the start-up functions for the new Ravens.

Eller has worked eight Super Bowls for the NFL, plus two for the Ravens during their 2000 and 2012 seasons. He served as the Browns’ primary league office liaison when the NFL launched the player assistance and development programs.

Bob is also an active supporter of the St. Vincent’s Center for abused children. He has a daughter, Erin (24) and a son, Joey (21). Erin is a University of Delaware graduate (neuroscience) and works at a medical education facility in Philadelphia. Joey, who is a senior at the University of Maryland Baltimore County, is working toward his information technology degree and studied abroad in Germany in 2016.

BOB ELLER is in his 31st season with the franchise and his 34th in the NFL. Eller directs the day-to-day operations of the team, including at the Under Armour Performance Center, summer training camp and minicamps, team travel and catering for the players, coaches and staff. The Baltimore native has been with the franchise since 1987, serving in both the public relations and operations departments.

Eller is overseeing the Under Armour Performance Center’s ongoing renovations, which are scheduled for completion in July of 2018. He is also spearheading logistical operations and travel for the Ravens’ first-ever game in London this season. In 2004, he directed the team’s move to its new Owings Mills training facility.

His career began as an intern for the Baltimore Colts in 1983, while a senior at Towson State University (business administration). A year later, the team’s first in Indianapolis, he joined the club and was quickly promoted to director of public relations. Eller then moved to Cleveland in 1987 to become the Browns’ assistant director of public relations. He was promoted to director of operations and information in 1991. Bob was then invited to join the team in the move to Baltimore in 1996, helping to facilitate many of the start-up functions for the new Ravens.

Eller has worked eight Super Bowls for the NFL, plus two for the Ravens during their 2000 and 2012 seasons. He served as the Browns’ primary league office liaison when the NFL launched the player assistance and development programs.

Bob is also an active supporter of the St. Vincent’s Center for abused children. He has a daughter, Erin (24) and a son, Joey (21). Erin is a University of Delaware graduate (neuroscience) and works at a medical education facility in Philadelphia. Joey, who is a senior at the University of Maryland Baltimore County, is working toward his information technology degree and studied abroad in Germany in 2016.

 
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