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Kyle P Barber

Openthread: Which Ravens 2020 free agents should be prioritized?

An early discussion about the upcoming free agent class

Yes, we’re getting a bit ahead of ourselves, but I’m confident Eric DeCosta and the management squad is doing the same. Therefore, we’ll continue with a quick discussion covering the Baltimore Ravens 2020 free agent class.

2020 Free Agents [OTC] Jimmy Smith Matt Judon Willie Snead IV Michael Pierce Patrick Onwuasor Anthony Levine Sr. Alex Lewis Willie Henry

I feel this is quite an easy answer, even this early in the season.

Matt...

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Spencer Schultz

First Look: Ravens Madden 20 Ratings

Check out the ratings for Baltimore’s roster below.

EA Sports has released their beta version of the latest installment in the Madden NFL game series. The series announced some changes to the ratings scale than in previous versions.

Without further adieu let’s get down to brass tax and look at where the Ravens players stack up to kick-off the year:

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Ravens DT Pierce: Exit from minicamp my fault

Ravens defensive tackle Michael Pierce says a mistake in his offseason strength and conditioning routine led to his reporting to mandatory minicamp in less than ideal shape.

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Legion of Boom 2.0? The Ravens secondary is shaping up to be dominant next season and beyond

Baltimore’s secondary closely resembles that of the Seahawks several years ago. The Ravens have assembled perhaps the most talented secondary in the league and with the addition of Earl Thomas, the comparisons between Baltimore’s cornerback and secondary corps and the iconic “Legion of Boom” are bound to begin. Thomas was the driving force in the Seahawks secondary for several years. Alongside Kam Chancellor, Richard Sherman, and Brandon Browner, among others, Thomas and Seattle’s...

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Vasilis Lericos

Ravens News 6/17: Four-down mindset, summer workouts and more

Julio Jones among top five NFL players who SHOULD get paid - Bucky Brooks

Ravens doubling down on triple-option offense? At the beginning of May, I referred to the Baltimore Ravens’ offense as the Army of the NFL because of the team’s radical shift to a run-heavy, option-based offense with Lamar Jackson at quarterback. And if you need any more proof of the team’s fascination with the triple-option, look no further than their recent visit with coach Paul Johnson.

The former Georgia...

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Jacob Louque

Podcast: Minicamp thoughts + Week 2 glance and AFC North WR rankings

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The Baltimore Beatdown podcast is back for the week of June, 13th 2019. The below topics are covered by the guys.

Jake and Vas jump back in the studio for the week of Thursday, June 16th. They give their thoughts on the bits of news that came out as minicamp came to a close, and jumped into their usual set of segments. This week they included regular season week 2 (vs. Arizona) at a glance preview, as well as the continuation of the AFC North positional rankings...

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Ravens’ Michael Pierce addresses conditioning issue

Having missed the voluntary portion of the Ravens’ offseason program, Michael Pierce was present for minicamp after signing his second-round RFA tender. But John Harbaugh sidelined him early on the first day of the mandatory workout due to the emerging defensive tackle being well over his listed 340-pound frame. Harbaugh pulled Pierce off the field after the stretching portion of the Ravens’ workout, citing the lineman’s health as the reason. The fourth-year defender showed up...

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Ravens DT Pierce: Exit from minicamp my fault

Ravens defensive tackle Michael Pierce says a mistake in his offseason strength and conditioning routine led to him reporting to mandatory minicamp in less-than-ideal shape.

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Watch: Lamar Jackson and Justin Tucker are vital to the Ravens' playoff hopes | NFL Live

Chris Mortensen, Matt Hasselbeck and Tim Hasselbeck discuss the Baltimore Ravens' outlook for the upcoming season after losing to the Los Angeles Chargers in the 2019 NFL playoffs. The team will need second-year starter Lamar Jackson to continue to improve, and kicker Justin Tucker to maintain his historic accuracy. ?

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3 Goals for Mark Andrews

The 2019 Baltimore Ravens will rely heavily on second year tight end, Mark Andrews. Here are three goals for number 89: 1. Double his production from his rookie season (At the minimum) Mark Andrews had an impressive rookie season. 34 receptions for 552 yards and three touchdowns is eye opening production out of a third […] 2019 Baltimore Ravens: 3 Goals for Mark Andrews - Ebony Bird - Ebony Bird - A Baltimore Ravens Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

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Baltimore Ravens offensive line could be sneaky good in 2019

The Baltimore Ravens offensive line hasn’t been elite in recent years, but the 2019 edition could end up being one of the best units in the league. The Baltimore Ravens plan to be a run-heavy team in 2019 while also hoping to give their second-year quarterback Lamar Jackson more seasoning as a passer. To do […] Baltimore Ravens offensive line could be sneaky good in 2019 - Ebony Bird - Ebony Bird - A Baltimore Ravens Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

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Finding Justin Tucker: How Ravens landed 'best in history of the game'

The discovery of the NFL's best kicker is a story about pre-draft subterfuge, a gutsy snub of a rival and the best veto of John Harbaugh's career.

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3 goals for Marquise Brown

Marquise Brown was the Baltimore Ravens first round draft pick and the expectations are high. Here are three goals for him in his rookie season: 1. Be ready as soon as he can be: Marquise Brown is recovering from a Lisfranc injury, so he may or may not be able to go when the Baltimore […] 2019 Baltimore Ravens: 3 goals for Marquise Brown - Ebony Bird - Ebony Bird - A Baltimore Ravens Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

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Will Matt Judon “secure the bag” in 2019?

Too often have the Baltimore Ravens seen above-average pass rushers walk in Free Agency, but can Matt Judon get paid and stay in Charm City after 2019? The price for a player who can rush the passer at a high-level increases each year, with even above-average guys getting massive money. For the Baltimore Ravens, the […] Baltimore Ravens: Will Matt Judon “secure the bag” in 2019? - Ebony Bird - Ebony Bird - A Baltimore Ravens Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

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Flashback Friday: Baltimore Ravens 1999 NFL Draft Class

One of the most underrated drafts in Ozzie Newsome’s career as general manager was in 1999. The Ravens only had four selections but they made the most of them. The Baltimore Ravens picked Chris McAlister with the 10th pick in the 1999 NFL Draft. The year before the Ravens had drafted Duane Starks with the […] Flashback Friday: Baltimore Ravens 1999 NFL Draft Class - Ebony Bird - Ebony Bird - A Baltimore Ravens Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

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Jacob Louque

Rushing retrospective, 2010: Todd Haley and the Kansas City Chiefs

We continue our rushing retrospective series with a look at the 2010 NFL season. That year, it was the mauling Midwestern Kansas City Chiefs squad who led the way.

Matt Cassel was coming into his own, Jamaal Charles was entering his prime, and Todd Haley was anything but the punchline he became several years later. In fact, he and offensive coordinator Charlie Weis drew up a strong enough offense to get their team to a 10 win division title.

When the postseason rolled around though, the...

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Earl Thomas' first impression of Lamar Jackson: 'A star in the making'

Offseason workouts are over but the work won't stop for the second-year QB, who is intent on improving as a passer.

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Vasilis Lericos

Ravens News 6/14: Minicamp notes, quotes and more

News & Notes 6/13: Ravens Hopeful Marquise Brown Will Be Ready for Training Camp - Clifton Brown

Judon Enters Contract Year Thinking About His Play More Than His Pocketbook

“Contract, no contract, there’s no guarantee I’ll play one game this season,” Judon said. “So I’m going at every single game like it’s my last, and I’m going to enjoy it while I’m here. Because I have no clue what the future holds. Hopefully I’ll be here forever and ever, but like this offseason, you...

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Spencer Schultz

Day 3 Ravens Minicamp Observations

Ravens offense picks up steam

The Ravens concluded their mandatory minicamp practices Thursday, their final official team activity until training camp starts in mid July. There was an emphasis on goal line passing drills with a major part of the practice spent with rotating 7-on-7 from the five yard line.
For all the talk of how much speed the Ravens have put together this offseason, they also possess some giant red-zone targets. Mark Andrews, Hayden Hurst, Seth Roberts and Jaleel Scott all...

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Ravens defensive lineman asks: 'Did people actually land on the moon?'

Did Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin really land on the moon 50 years ago? This is something Baltimore Ravens defensive lineman Chris Wormley wants to know. Wormley took to Twitter on Wednesday evening and asked his followers the simple question: Did Americans actually land on the moon? Fortunately, Wormley won’t need to look far to get opinions. Plenty of his fellow professional athletes have weighed in. Both Stephen Curry and William Hayes have discussed the matter in the past. Kyrie...

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