- Ravens 2018 Seven-Round Mock Draft
Ryan Mink and Garrett Downing take a shot at predicting all seven rounds of the Ravens’ 2018 draft.
- Late for Work 4/25: Two Deadlines Approaching for Breshad Perriman; AFC North Draft Predictions
The value in the draft’s second and third rounds is significant. Jeff Zrebiec picks Mike McGlinchey for the Ravens in a mock draft. Baltimore has invested $15 million in guaranteed money in the new wide receiver project. A bone-headed draft grade f
- 5 Things That Could Affect Ravens' First-Round Pick
With a wild first round of trades expected Thursday night, the Ravens could be right in the mix. The run on quarterbacks is on. The valuation of wide receivers and tight ends will be interesting.
- Eisenberg: Ozzie Newsome Doesn't Want a Sentimental Final Draft, He Just Wants to Nail It
If you think Ozzie Newsome will get emotional because this weekend marks his 23rd and final draft as the Ravens general manager, don’t hold your breath.
- Late for Work 4/24: Ranking Positions of 2018 Draft Class From Strongest to Weakest
Lil' Scrappy Willie Snead's biggest impact could come on third downs. Julio Jones simultaneously scared Falcons fans and excited Ravens fans, but he's not leaving Atlanta. Ravens trading back would be on a momentous 10-year anniversary.
- Mike Mayock: D.J. Moore Is a Better Option for Baltimore Than Calvin Ridley
There’s a groundswell that Maryland wide receiver D.J. Moore could be the top wide receiver in this year’s draft. Mike Mayock likes Moore’s return ability and playmaking with the ball in his hands.
- Report: Saints Decline to Match Ravens' Offer to WR Willie Snead
Wide receiver Willie Snead will officially become a Raven after New Orleans decided not to match Baltimore’s two-year offer.
- Late for Work 4/23: Ravens Can't Use Veteran Signings as an Excuse to Pass on WRs Early in Draft
The Saints are not planning to match Willie Snead's offer. The Ravens are expected to move on from Dez Bryant. Mike Mayock changes his top-ranked receiver from Calvin Ridley to D.J. Moore. Watch out for 'one-sided trades' in first round of draft. Mel Kipe
- Eisenberg: It's Becoming Clear How Ravens' New Cast of Receivers Will Look
Ravens brass tore down a former group that lacked explosiveness, and are moving forward with a younger, faster and hungrier group. Roles are starting to crystalize, and the Ravens hope they'll be able to look back and prove their decision-making was corre
- Ravens Will Host Awesome Draft Fest Next Saturday at Inner Harbor
Quarterback Joe Flacco, cornerback Marlon Humphrey, linebacker C.J. Mosley and former Ravens such as Jonathan Ogden, Jacoby Jones and Jamal Lewis will all attend and signing autographs.
- Reports: Ravens Signing Restricted Free Agent Wide Receiver Willie Snead
Restricted free-agent wide receiver Willie Snead, who put up 984 receiving yards in 2015, has reportedly signed a two-year offer sheet. The Saints have five days to match.
- UMBC Men's Basketball Coach to Announce Ravens' Fourth-Round Pick
UMBC men's basketball coach Ryan Odom will be aboard the historic USS Constellation in Baltimore's Inner Harbor while announcing the Ravens' fourth-round pick.
- Late for Work 4/20: Will Ravens Return to Playoffs? Schedule Pros/Cons and Game Predictions
The Ravens’ schedule is tough, but fair, and it won’t be easy to finish higher than 8-8. The Giants cutting Brandon Marshall doesn’t mean they’ll sign Dez Bryant. Thumbs down on pursuing Marshall or any other veteran receivers?
- Eisenberg: Five Thoughts on Ravens 2018 Schedule
Splitting road games won't be easy. Thank you, NFL, for switching up the tired AFC North traditions. If they endure an early road stretch, the Ravens can build momentum for December.
- Baltimore Ravens Announce 2018 Schedule
The Ravens will open the season at M&T Bank Stadium, but four of their first six games are on the road. Baltimore finishes against three teams who didn’t make the playoffs last season.
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