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Ravens to Host Virtual Draft Experience


In lieu of in-person NFL Draft celebrations, the Baltimore Ravens will host a virtual draft experience, presented by Ram Trucks, on, the Ravens app and all team-affiliated social media channels (April 23-25).

The virtual experience will include interviews with Ravens scouts, coaches and picks, as well as many fan engagement activities. Additionally, Ravens reporters Ryan Mink, Clifton Brown and John Eisenberg will host daily live chats to discuss news from around the NFL.

Leading up to the draft, fans can also participate in several virtual games for chances to win great prizes on, including Predict the Pick, presented by M&T Bank and Trivia Tuesday, presented by Strategic Factory, on the Ravens app.

"We all find ourselves in a unique position this year as it relates to the NFL Draft, but that hasn't deterred us from finding fun and engaging ways to deliver comprehensive coverage and opportunities for fan interaction," Ravens senior vice president of Ravens Media Michelle Andres stated. "We're excited for people to join together virtually to celebrate the excitement of this special weekend, and we are grateful to be able to connect with the Ravens Flock during this time of social distancing."


Draft Bingo, presented by Papa John's

Fans can enhance their NFL Draft viewing experience with Draft Bingo, presented by Papa John's. Fans will be able to keep track of all the Draft Day action and win codes for free sides and pizzas, courtesy of Papa John's, plus a chance to win an autographed football by the Ravens' top draft pick.

Caesars NFL Draft Pick'Em

Fans can play along with the NFL Draft in real time and have a chance to win two tickets to Super Bowl LV by predicting the first-round draft selections. Participants can play four different types of games, where they can collect points to climb up the leaderboards and win prizes. Visit for more information.

Crash the Draft – with Ravens Legends

Fans are encouraged to host their own virtual NFL Draft parties with friends and family and register for a chance to have Ravens Legends join the fun. Fans must register online by April 18 at

Press Conference with Eric DeCosta, John Harbaugh & Joe Hortiz

Watch live press conferences with Ravens executive vice president and general manager Eric DeCosta, head coach John Harbaugh and director of player personnel Joe Hortiz after the first night of the NFL Draft. Find out the team's strategy in the first round and what the Ravens are looking forward to in the remaining rounds. Fans can submit their questions to the team's decision-makers through Facebook Live. (Press conferences will also take place on Friday and Saturday night.)


Fan Forum: Welcome to the Flock / Meet the Rookie

Meet the team's first draft pick through a live Q&A with Garrett Downing on the Ravens' official Instagram account (time to be determined). Fans will be able to submit their questions to the rookie during the interview.

Fan Forum: John Harbaugh Takes Fan Questions

Coach Harbaugh will answer fan questions through a live Q&A on the Ravens' official Facebook account starting at 1 p.m. Fans will be able to submit their questions to Coach Harbaugh throughout the interview.


Post-Draft Party with DJ Kopec, Presented by Dunkin'

Join DJ Kopec live on Facebook at 7 p.m. for a Ravens-themed dance party. Throughout the hour, fans will be randomly selected to win prizes, including Ravens jerseys, tickets to a future game, autographed items and more. In addition, when the dance party reaches 25,000 viewers, Dunkin' will provide donuts to doctors, nurses and staff at MedStar Health hospitals in the Baltimore area. Fans can also support friends, family and frontline workers by providing "coffee breaks" with the purchase of digital gift cards via For every gift card sent, Dunkin' will donate $1, up to $100,000, to the Dunkin' Joy in Childhood Foundation emergency funds, specifically for nonprofits helping families affected by COVID-19

NFL Draft-a-Thon

Fans who would like to support COVID-19 relief efforts can also participate in the NFL’s Draft-a-Thon, a three-day virtual fundraiser benefitting six charities that are battling the spread of the virus.

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