The big-play receiver is known as Hollywood, and here’s how he got the nickname.
Mo Gaba announced the Ravens' fourth-round pick in braille, then came to practice this week to meet him and the team.
"You can see when a defender quits and I love that." The determined rookie guard from Oklahoma showed his focus on the practice field during rookie minicamp.
The big defensive tackle from Texas A&M is called ‘Mack Truck,’ which is one of the best nicknames on the roster.
Baltimore's general manager took a daring approach that added some electricity to the roster.
The USC cornerback, also known as ‘Biggie,’ was one of the country’s top recruits coming out of high school.
The Oklahoma offensive lineman played alongside a record-setting group in college and has some impressive accolades in the classroom.
The ball carrier had a record-breaking career at Oklahoma State and then was the fastest running back at the NFL Combine.
The Fighting Irish product has a special reason why he wears the No. 81.
The sixth-round pick broke just about every passing record during his college career at Penn State.
The pass rusher has a connection to former Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs.
The "Draft Tonight" crew shares which 2019 NFL Draft pick will win Offensive Rookie of the Year in 2019.
The Ravens addressed the offense in a big way over the weekend, and speed was a key piece of that strategy.
The Ravens added eight players over the weekend, and Baltimore's general manager took stock of his first draft running the show.
General Manager Eric DeCosta and Head Coach John Harbaugh meet with the media after concluding the draft.
Watch to see Penn State Nittany Lions quarterback Trace McSorley's reaction to being drafted by the Baltimore Ravens in the sixth round of the 2019 NFL Draft.
Watch Penn State quarterback Trace McSorley's full 2019 NFL Scouting Combine workout.
Penn State QB Trace McSorley runs an official 4.57 40-yard dash at the 2019 NFL Scouting Combine.
The Baltimore Ravens select Penn State quarterback Trace McSorley No. 197 in Round 6 of the 2019 NFL Draft.
Baltimore's Mo Gaba has been one of the best stories of draft weekend, and the video of him meeting Poe will melt your heart.
Mo Gaba, 13, became the first to ever read a draft pick using Braille.
The big-bodied defensive tackle from Texas A&M gives the Ravens a stout run stuffer.
After the additions of Justice Hill, Ben Powers and Iman Marshall, Baltimore's Director of College Scouting discussed what they will bring.
Blind and battling cancer, Mo Gaba, 13, makes the pick of Ben Powers, a guard from Oklahoma, in the fourth round.
General Manager Eric DeCosta said the final day of the draft is known as the ‘scouts’ day,’ and the Ravens like their chances to find starting players.