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Late For Work 7/24: Roster Locks, Bubble Players, Long Shots Heading into Ravens Training Camp

Chris Simms believes the Ravens will make some noise as a ‘true’ Super Bowl contender this year because of Joe Flacco’s weapons. He says Baltimore is a complete team. Also, let’s predict linebacker C.J. Mosley’s stats.

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Baltimore Ravens will finally have a top-tier secondary

The Baltimore Ravens have had their fair share of struggles in the secondary. It seems like a yearly conversation about a never ending problem. Well the discussion will change this season: The key here for the Baltimore Ravens is that they have two of the best safeties in the NFL. Tony Jefferson and Eric Weddle […] Baltimore Ravens will finally have a top-tier secondary - Ebony Bird - Ebony Bird - A Baltimore Ravens Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

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Vasilis Lericos

2017 NFL Preview: NFC South

Atlanta ran away with this division last season in route to a Super Bowl appearance. The Buccaneers just missed out on the postseason after winning nine games, while the Saints finished a game below .500 and the Panthers suffered ten defeats following a Super Bowl loss the previous year.

Tampa Bay is an ascendant franchise that is hoping to claim the NFC South crown for the first time since 2007. Atlanta has a well rounded roster, including a talented young defense. Carolina and New Orleans...

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Sarah Ellison

Late For Work 7/24: Roster Locks, Bubble Players, Long Shots Heading into Ravens Training Camp

Chris Simms believes the Ravens will make some noise as a ‘true’ Super Bowl contender this year because of Joe Flacco’s weapons. He says Baltimore is a complete team. Also, let’s predict linebacker C.J. Mosley’s stats.

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Ravens news, notes and opinions: Thoughts about Joe Flacco, conditioning tests and free agents

Philadelphia Eagles second-year quarterback Carson Wentz had his new-look receiving corps join him for a couple of days of workouts in Fargo, N.D. Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton had shoulder surgery in May, but he and Panthers running backs, receivers and tight ends were at Under Armour...

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Jacob Louque

Training camp positional preview: Wide receiver

It seems that every single season you can set your calendar to a certain degree of uncertainty surrounding the Baltimore Ravens wide receiving corps. After all, it seems that general manager Ozzie Newsome has begun to tacitly acknowledge that he has trouble drafting for the position. As a result, his main move has been to wait for the position to address itself by allowing talented veterans who are let go to become his solution to any problems in the receiver room. This year, it appears...

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Baltimore Ravens, Joe Flacco need answers on offense in 2017 to return to playoffs

Baltimore Ravens, Joe Flacco need answers on offense in 2017 to return to playoffs

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Baltimore Ravens: Tim Williams will be the next great Ravens edge rusher

 The Ravens have seen a plethora of great pass rushers over the years. Terrell Suggs, Peter Boulware… Tim Williams? Perhaps he can join that list. Ozzie Newsome loves his Alabama football players, but he might have just gotten his best one yet in Tim Williams. In fact, Williams could possibly come in and immediately assert […] Baltimore Ravens: Tim Williams will be the next great Ravens edge rusher - Ebony Bird - Ebony Bird - A Baltimore Ravens Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

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Baltimore Ravens must have a killer instinct this season

The Baltimore Ravens must have that killer instinct on both sides of the ball this season if they want to be a contender. The Baltimore Ravens love to play in close games. We’ve seen this especially be the case in the past two season. Out of their last 32 regular season games 28 have been […] Baltimore Ravens must have a killer instinct this season - Ebony Bird - Ebony Bird - A Baltimore Ravens Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

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Training camp positional preview: Offensive line

The Baltimore Ravens are a franchise whom pride themselves on doing things in a fundamentally sound way; they begin with strength on the front end on both sides of the football. They expressed their interest in building up a Dallas Cowboys type offensive line, and while they certainly aren’t there yet, some recent investments suggest the interest is very much alive. Two of those investments are players who manned the left side of the line for last season, tackle Ronnie Stanley, and guard...

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Jacob Louque

Training camp positional preview: Offensive line

The Baltimore Ravens are a franchise whom pride themselves on doing things in a fundamentally sound way; they begin with strength on the front end on both sides of the football. They expressed their interest in building up a Dallas Cowboys type offensive line, and while they certainly aren’t there yet, some recent investments suggest the interest is very much alive.

Two of those investments are players who manned the left side of the line for last season, tackle Ronnie Stanley, and guard...

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Ravens training camp positional preview: Quarterback

With training camp set to open in just a few days, now is the perfect time to look over the Ravens roster by each position and determine it’s outlook for 2017. Naturally, we’ll start with the most important position which is, of course, quarterback. Honestly, there isn’t much to say here other than the fact that training camp and the preseason will be a good way to gauge just how good (or bad) Joe Flacco looks after a pretty subpar 2016 effort. Coming off of a major knee injury, the...

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Jacob Louque

Ravens training camp positional preview: Quarterback

With training camp set to open in just a few days, now is the perfect time to look over the Ravens roster by each position and determine it’s outlook for 2017. Naturally, we’ll start with the most important position which is, of course, quarterback.

Honestly, there isn’t much to say here other than the fact that training camp and the preseason will be a good way to gauge just how good (or bad) Joe Flacco looks after a pretty subpar 2016 effort. Coming off of a major knee injury, the...

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2017 NFL Preview: AFC West

The AFC West is the premier division in the NFL, bar none. All four teams have legitimate playoff aspirations. Kansas City won the West with 12 wins by virtue of a tiebreaker over the ascendant Raiders, following five straight division crowns by the Broncos. The Chargers are looking to surprise following a five win 2016 campaign.

It would be impossible to find a stronger group of pass rushers than the AFC West boasts. All four teams also feature bonafide playmakers on offense. 2017 is primed...

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3 things that could hold the 2017 Baltimore Ravens back

The Baltimore Ravens have a lot of room for optimism, but today we’re looking at the other side of the coin: I’ve been pretty optimistic about the Baltimore Ravens. When you look at the moves they made this offseason, it’s hard not to be. In a perfect world, I could go to sleep without a […] 3 things that could hold the 2017 Baltimore Ravens back - Ebony Bird - Ebony Bird - A Baltimore Ravens Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

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Baltimore Ravens: The confidence level at each defensive position

I rank each defensive position on the Baltimore Ravens based on my confidence level for the upcoming season. Four days ago I previewed each position on the Baltimore Ravens offense and ranked them based on my confidence scale from 1-10. Now I am back, and this time we are taking a look at the defense. […] Baltimore Ravens: The confidence level at each defensive position - Ebony Bird - Ebony Bird - A Baltimore Ravens Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

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John Eisenberg

Eisenberg: The New Normal for NFL Training Camps

With the collective bargaining agreement governing practice time, teams continue to transition training camp back to year-round facilities to maximize efforts. Meanwhile, the Ravens are trying to address the situation with a major renovation of their facility to connect more with fans.

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Matthew Cohen

Way-too-early 2018 mock draft 1.0

Ravens land a huge wide receiver

Welcome to my first mock draft for the 2018 NFL draft. With just under a year until Roger Goodell announces the opening of the draft, the mock draft world will learn a lot about the talent pool that will enter the NFL. In the summer of 2017, the 2018 draft appears to be a near opposite of 2017. 2018 is absolutely loaded with offensive players, most notably quarterbacks, but isn’t as deep on the defensive side of the ball.

With no draft order set for 2018,...

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2017 NFL Preview: NFC West

With two contenders and two bottom dwellers, the battle lines are clearly defined in the AFC West. Seattle won the division for the third time in four years with 10 wins last season, but fell to the Falcons in the divisional round of the playoffs. Arizona suffered from a handful of tight losses and finished a half game below .500. The 49ers and Rams combined to win six total games.

Other divisions have overtaken the West in the NFC, but the top two teams have enough playmakers to make some...

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Logan Levy

Can Griff Whalen or Reggie Porter make the Baltimore Ravens 53-man active roster?

In a flurry of transactions on Friday, July 21st, the Baltimore Ravens signed WR Griff Whalen and CB Reggie Porter. The question is, do either of these players have a chance to make the final 53-man roster?

Starting with Whalen; he is a scrappy, athletic, fast, play-making WR/ST. If Whalen were to make the roster, it would be as the team’s return man. His impact on the offensive side of the ball would be extremely limited and maybe a touch or two a game if that.

Whalen’s skill-set is...

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