John "Smoke" Brown wants to establish himself as a No. 1 receiver.
He's off to a great start, leading the Ravens with 558 receiving yards and four touchdowns through the first seven games.
But he says there's one thing left to learn, and he's turning to a division rival for pointers.
The game against the Saints didn't end the way we would have liked, but it was still a special moment for two rookies. Mark Andrews' brother, Jack, was in the stands when he scored his first touchdown at M&T Bank Stadium.
And, Lamar Jackson found the end zone for the first time in his NFL career and blew kisses to the Ravens crowd.
Now, it's on to Carolina.
October is National Bullying Prevention Month. This week, Lamar Jackson and teammates participated in a Play 60 event in Baltimore to teach local kids about bullying and teamwork and share the message that "Real Players Don't Bully."
It's beginning to look a lot like Halloween around the Castle. The organization held a special Trick-or-Treating event for all the Ravens kiddos this week. There was a lot of cuteness abound, but Robert Griffin III's daughter and Zachary Orr's son may take the cake … I mean, Snickers.
Meanwhile, Anthony Levine Sr.'s son is not a fan of dad's costume this year.
Will we get another epic costume like this from Brandon Williams this year? Come back next week to find out.