Draft Experts Weigh in on Ravens' Pass Rush Options
There is a handful of edge rushers expected to go in the second half of the first round. Here's what the experts are saying about who could be there for Baltimore.
Why Trading Back Could Be Ravens' First-Round Move
With the Ravens holding just seven picks, the fewest during Eric DeCosta's tenure as general manager, there is pre-draft buzz that the Ravens could trade back Day 1.
Late for Work 4/16: Predicting What Eric DeCosta Will Say (and What He'll Mean) at Pre-Draft Presser
Is Eric DeCosta too low in general manager power rankings? Justin Houston reportedly visited the Ravens but left without a deal. Michigan assistant coach Matt Weiss speaks glowingly about his years on the Ravens' staff.
Mock Draft Thursday: Terrace Marshall Jr. Pulls Into the Lead
While the Ravens could choose from a variety of edge rushers, LSU wide receiver Terrace Marshall Jr. remains a popular choice for them in mock drafts.
Mock Draft Spotlight: Trevon Moehrig
A versatile playmaker who creates turnovers from the secondary, Trevon Moehrig of TCU could be the lone safety selected in Round 1.
Late for Work 4/15: Should Ravens Sign Justin Houston If It Means Losing a Compensatory Pick?
Why hasn't Orlando Brown Jr. been traded? What Year 2 progress would mean for Ravens' top 2020 picks. Ray Lewis reportedly was considered for Tennessee State's head coaching job.
NFL Announces Schedule for Offseason Programs
The NFL has set a three-phase plan for its offseason programs that will begin Monday, April 19.
Mailbag: Could the Ravens Move Up With a Trade Package?
What are the chances of signing Antonio Brown? What are the chances of signing Justin Houston? How likely is a safety draft pick?
What Mink Thinks: Patience Please at Wide Receiver
The Ravens signed one veteran, but that's seemingly not enough for some fans who have lost patience with the team's draft-and-develop strategy.
Late for Work 4/14: Don't Count Out 'Best Player Available' In the First Round
One pundit still believes the Ravens are the favorites in the AFC North. More first-round trade proposals. No love for the 2018 draft class?
Eisenberg: Ravens Will Keep Swinging to Upgrade Passing Attack
The Ravens won with a run-heavy formula down the stretch last season, but that doesn't mean they're giving up on the idea of developing better offensive balance.