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Baltimore Ravens

Sarah Ellison

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.

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Vasilis Lericos

Baltimore Beatdown staff Team Builder/Rookie Expansion Mock Draft

Who has the best team?

The Fighting Spartans are built to dominate on both sides of the ball. Strong armed QB Mike White has a pair of field stretchers in WR Deon Cain and TE Mike Gesicki as well as tough possession target WR Michael Gallup. Once a lead has been secured, a versatile two-headed backfield can kill the clock behind a mauling offensive line led by C Billy Price. It all starts up front on defense where a pair of interior space eaters allow quick twitch DE Lorenzo Carter and Josh...

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Evan Mazza

After adding three receivers, tight end is the Ravens biggest remaining need

The Baltimore Ravens mission this off-season was to complete a full reconstruction at wide receiver, and they have done so before Thursdays NFL Draft in Dallas. Out are veterans Mike Wallace and Michael Campanaro, who signed 1-year deals with the Philadelphia Eagles and Tennessee Titans, respectively. Jeremy Maclin was also released and is still on the market looking for a new team. Maclin has seen little interest except a phone call from the Dallas Cowboys before they signed Allen Hurns, as...

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Vasilis Lericos

Ravens News 4/24: Draft questions, prospects with character concerns and more

As draft nears, Ozzie Newsome and Ravens front office prepared to answer myriad questions - Jeff Zrebiec

How comfortable are the Ravens with Matt Skura starting at center and James Hurst at right tackle?

If the season started next week, the starting offensive line would feature from left to right: Ronnie Stanley, Alex Lewis, Skura, Marshal Yanda and Hurst. Stanley, Lewis and Yanda seem entrenched at their spots, but this draft will reveal just how content the Ravens are with Skura as the...

ESPN.com - Baltimore Ravens

Ravens put as much faith as money into $15 million receiver project

The Ravens will pay a total of $15M to John Brown, Michael Crabtree and Willie Snead in 2018, but each receiver is coming off a career-worst season.

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Ravens could be stuck in no man's land with potential first-round trade partners

At No. 16 overall, "I don't really feel like they're in a very sweet spot," former NFL lineman and current analyst Ross Tucker said.

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Ravens position-by-position draft preview: Linebacker

Through Wednesday, the day before the start of the three-day NFL draft, The Baltimore Sun will break down what the Ravens have at each position, the chance that they will add to it and what prospects could possibly be targeted with those picks. Today we'll look at linebackers.

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Preston: Ozzie Newsome's final draft as Ravens general manager might usher in promising new era

Ozzie Newsome could be setting the Ravens up this week for success as he prepares to step away from day-to-day operations of the Ravens.

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Baltimore Ravens: 7 round mock draft 2.0

  Round 1 Round 2 Baltimore Ravens: 7 round mock draft 2.0 - Ebony Bird - Ebony Bird - A Baltimore Ravens Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

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Saints don't match, Willie Snead becomes a Raven

Willie Snead is officially a Baltimore Raven.Last week, the Ravens would sign the then-Saints wideout to an offer sheet. Per Adam Schefter:“Saints’ RFA WR Willie Snead is signing a two-year offer sheet worth up to $10.4 million with the Baltimore Ravens today, per source. Saints will have five days to match it.”But perhaps unsurprisingly, the Saints wouldn’t match. Again, per Adam Schefter:“Saints are not going to match Willie Snead’s offer sheet with Baltimore, per source. Snead...

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Ryan Mink

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.

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Kyle P Barber

Online sportsbook doesn’t see the Ravens improving in 2018

Since Super XLVII, the Baltimore Ravens stand a perfect 40-40 as their record. They enjoyed a great 10-6 season, but followed it up with a 5-11 production.

The past two seasons, though, the Ravens cruise in middling territory, 8-8 and 9-7, respectively.

The first online sportsbook, betonline.ag, released their win-total lines for the 2018 NFL season; unfortunately, they don’t expect the Ravens to do any better or worse than last season.

Baltimore Ravens

Over 8 1?2 Wins: + 125
Under 8...

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Baltimore Ravens will get a boost from bounce back wide receivers

  The Baltimore Ravens brought in Michael Crabtree, John Brown and Willie Snead when their stock was low. Bounce back seasons for the Ravens new trio will boost the Ravens. The good thing about the Ravens three free agent signings at the wide receiver position is that Ozzie Newsome will look like a genius if […] Baltimore Ravens will get a boost from bounce back wide receivers - Ebony Bird - Ebony Bird - A Baltimore Ravens Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

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Ryan Mink

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.

ESPN.com - Baltimore Ravens

Source: Snead a Raven as Saints won't match

The New Orleans Saints have declined to match the Baltimore Raven's two-year, $7 million offer to restricted free agent wide receiver Willie Snead.

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Logan Levy

Seven can’t-miss prospects in the 2018 NFL Draft

The NFL Draft is one of the most unpredictable events in all of sports. Not only are there always surprises on draft night on who each team selects, but often times, star players slip through the cracks and are still on the board far later than they should have been. Nevertheless, below are my seven day two and three can’t-miss prospects in the 2018 NFL Draft.

TE Ian Thomas

Thomas’ production at Indiana left a lot to be desired. However, he flashed his ability to make a difference in...

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Logan Levy

Report: Saints decline to match offer sheet for RFA WR Willie Snead

The New Orleans Saints, as expected, declined to match Willie Snead’s offer sheet, per Adam Schefter. This means that Snead will become a member of the Baltimore Ravens.

Saints are not going to match Willie Snead’s offer sheet with Baltimore, per source. Snead will be a Raven.

— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) April 23, 2018

The deal for new #Ravens WR Willie Snead: 2 years, $7M base, can be worth up to $10.4M in incentives. He gets a $2M signing bonus and an additional $1M base...

Baltimore Ravens

Sarah Ellison

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 Kiper and Todd McShay’s three-round mock draft.

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NFL Draft: 3 reasons Marcus Davenport makes sense for Baltimore Ravens

The quarterbacks are going early in the NFL Draft. That means talent could slip to 16 that flat out shouldn’t be available. If Marcus Davenport is there at 16 don’t rule him out: The Baltimore Ravens made the phrase “Best Player Available” their NFL Draft slogan. The Baltimore Ravens took it to an extreme in […] NFL Draft: 3 reasons Marcus Davenport makes sense for Baltimore Ravens - Ebony Bird - Ebony Bird - A Baltimore Ravens Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

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Ravens trading back would be on momentous 10-year anniversary

Trading back in the first round makes sense and would come on the 10-year anniversary of perhaps the shrewdest draft-day move in franchise history.

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