Experience: 2 years
Weight: 229 lbs
College: North Dakota State
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ESPN analyst imagines Lamar Jackson-Jalen Hurts tandem. Two current Ravens and one former Raven are ranked among the decade's best cornerbacks and safeties.
The Ravens have a roster that's rested and in good health heading into Sunday's game against the Cleveland Browns.
Left tackle Ronnie Stanley and linebacker Chris Board returned to practice after missing Week 15.
Starting left tackle Ronnie Stanley is doubtful. Lamar Jackson is a full participant in practice. Tight end Mark Andrews and safety Anthony Levine Sr. are questionable. Inside linebacker Chris Board is out.
Lamar Jackson is listed as limited with a thigh injury. Ronnie Stanley and Mark Andrews are among four Ravens to miss practice.
Matt Skura added to injury report. Chris Board is waiting for his opportunity but has more competition. Maurice Canady expects even more from himself. Hayden Hurst is practicing well.
Brandon Carr is preparing for any role in secondary, including nickel corner. Chris Board bounces back from concussion. Patrick Ricard has earned his place on defensive line.
Heading into the final preseason game, left guard remains an open competition. Chris Board and Jaylen Ferguson have been cleared to return from concussion protocol. Decisions on Tavon Young and Iman Marshall have yet to be made.
Projected starting linebacker Chris Board suffered a concussion on a helmet-to-helmet hit in the second quarter of Thursday night's game.
NFL Network's Daniel Jeremiah predicts Mark Ingram will lead the NFL in rushing. A new undrafted rookie to keep an eye on.
Veteran Pernell McPhee looks good and is mentoring the young guys. Greg Roman wants Ronnie Stanley to take another step.
Coming off his best season, Patrick "Peanut" Onwuasor leads an inside linebacker corps that will adjust to losing C.J. Mosley.
Matthew Judon is focused on his performance, not his next contract. The left guard competition is wide open. Kenny Young and Chris Board could share time at inside linebacker.
A special teams standout as a rookie, Chris Board is another Ravens undrafted linebacker who looks ready for an expanded role on defense.
The Ravens have kept at least one undrafted free agent for 15 straight years. This year, linebacker Chris Board, wide receiver Janarion Grant and cornerback Darious Williams made the list.
Which player is most likely to have a breakout season? Where has Hayden Hurst been?
Second-year inside linebacker Chris Board talks about the lineage of undrafted free agent linebackers in Baltimore.
The former undrafted linebacker took his share of first-time reps during offseason practices and will have a big opportunity in training camp.
After the departure of C.J. Mosley this offseason, Head Coach John Harbaugh said he expects people to be talking about their young ILBs for years to come.
North Dakota State linebacker Chris Board elevated to pick off quarterback Josh Woodrum.
Tony Jefferson, Kai Nacua and Chris Board all notched interceptions during Sunday's practice.