Player Pop Shots: Week 9
Oct 28, 2008 at 02:16 PM
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The former first-round pick posted 362 receiving yards last season for the New England Patriots.
Calais Campbell reportedly visited with the Jaguars. Looking at realistic and unrealistic first-round options for the Ravens. Baltimore trades out of the first round in Pro Football Focus' three-round mock draft.
After his distinguished career as Executive Vice President of Public and Community Relations, Kevin Byrne has been named an Award of Excellence winner by the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Penn State cornerback Joey Jr. and Boston College wide receiver Zay Flowers remain popular picks for the Ravens among pundits mocking the draft.
Baltimore is named the best fit for Teddy Bridgewater. Jadeveon Clowney is linked to the Ravens again. The Ravens get a B-minus for the Chuck Clark trade.
When will the Ravens add a wide receiver? What's the latest on Patrick Queen and his fifth-year option? Will Marcus Peters re-sign?
The Ravens are ranked among the best landing spots for two Pro Bowl wide receivers. DeAndre Hopkins reportedly is seeking the best team fit, not the most money. Daniel Jeremiah mocks Joey Porter Jr. to the Ravens.
Justice Hill of the Ravens loves the idea of competing against his brother Dax Hill of the Bengals, who is expected to be a starter next season.
Who are the best free-agent cornerbacks still available? Mel Kiper Jr. mocks a 'dynamic' wide receiver to the Ravens. Anthony Levine Sr. reportedly is joining the Titans' coaching staff.
Cincinnati's addition of Orlando Brown Jr. will add spice to their rivalry with Baltimore. The Steelers have been aggressive in March, including the signing of guard Isaac Seumalo from Philadelphia. Cleveland has added TE Jordan Akins, a former Deshaun Watson target in Houston.
Ravens have an outside option to consider at left guard. How free agency moves across the league are benefitting the Ravens for the 2023 NFL draft.