Game Highlights: Ravens vs. 49ers
Oct 18, 2015 at 10:50 AM
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Three statistics that enhance the Ravens' Super Bowl chances. Marcus Williams is excited about playing with Kyle Hamilton and resuming his role as a playmaker.
After building an impressive resume as a private pass rush coach, Outside Linebackers coach Chuck Smith enjoys teaching young talents such as Odafe Oweh and David Ojabo.
A highly motivated Patrick Queen and J.K. Dobbins benefits the Ravens. Justin Madubuike and Broderick Washington are named prime candidates for contract extensions. DeAndre Hopkins is reportedly set to meet with the Titans, but speculation about the Ravens' interest continues. The Ravens are named a top landing spot for Danielle Hunter. Roquan Smith is No. 2 in Sports Illustrated's linebacker rankings.
Will the Ravens use three-ILB formations? Any chance Marcus Peters still returns? Can Broderick Washington and Travis Jones carry the load?
The Madden24 trailer shows Patrick Queen getting trucked by cover athlete Josh Allen, but the film tells a different story.
Lamar Jackson is among the quarterbacks helped the most this offseason. Kyle Hamilton is poised for a breakout season. Tyler Linderbaum is ranked among the top five centers.
Tight end Isaiah Likely made the catch of the day. Sophomore Daniel Faalele is getting work at left guard and Ben Cleveland at right tackle.
Harbaugh expects J.K. Dobbins at minicamp. Zay Flowers should return to the field for minicamp after a soft tissue "tweak." Daniel Faaelele has displayed versatility at OTAs and will compete at left guard.
Former legends Jermaine Lewis, Keith Washington, and Jordan Richards, along with current nose tackle Michael Pierce, attended two career panels followed by a networking session.
Lamar Jackson cracks the top five in Chris Simms' quarterback rankings. Mike Macdonald is praised for devising a scheme that slowed Joe Burrow and the Bengals offense.
Wide receiver Laquon Treadwell is a former first-round pick who was last with the Seattle Seahawks.