The Alabama product is an ultra-smooth athlete who was underutilized in the Crimson Tide offense. He has a dynamic pairing of size, speed and playmaking ability. His ability to block is the biggest question.
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As the front office looks to restock quarterback Joe Flacco’s targets, it wouldn’t be a bad thing to bring in a high-strung, trash-talking playmaker who demands the ball.
Joe Flacco’s younger brother, Tom, threw passes to Corey Davis at Western Michigan as a dual-threat quarterback. Now, Davis, who is one of the draft’s top prospects, likes the idea of catching passes from the elder Flacco.
The hybrid defender has major athleticism and a great knowledge of the game, but doesn’t have a defined position. Peppers sees himself as a safety, but mostly played cornerback and linebacker in college.
There are two types of teams that will arrive at the NFL owners meetings this weekend: those with 'one' and those without 'one.' Plus, taking stock of where the Ravens roster stands today.
Justin Tucker is loving a new rule proposal that rewards teams for blasting kickoffs through the uprights. The league could close a rule loophole that the Ravens used twice to win, including in the Super Bowl.
With Ravens outside linebacker Terrell Suggs, 34, on the back nine of his career, Baltimore could look for instant pass rush now and a long-term replacement down the road. Three NFL draft analysts weighed in on who that could be.
If you spent much of your day fawning over the cuteness of Torrey Smith’s family, we’ve got your next fix. Tony Jefferson III (TJ3) keeps things interesting, just like his dad.
The USC wide receiver draft prospect has very similar size and style of play to Boldin, who excelled in Baltimore during his three years with the Ravens.
Kyle Juszczyk: Hearing ‘offensive weapon’ was music to my ears. Kamar Aiken: I don't think I was ever a priority. Ryan Jensen feels ‘100 percent prepared’ to start at center. Not everyone is buying Mel Kiper’s latest mock draft.
A couple months ago, Ravens Owner Steve Bisciotti talked about reducing the frequency of TV commercials to improve the viewer experience (and perhaps ratings). Now NFL executives will discuss the changes at next week’s league meetings.
The defensive end/linebacker comes from a long line of productive Missouri pass rushers. He’s explosive off the snap, has a big frame and shows good pursuit. The biggest question is how he handles the run.
Former Ravens wide receiver/returner Jacoby Jones is playing with the Monterrey Steel of the National Arena League. It was four years ago when Jones set a Super Bowl record for the longest kickoff return.
Tony Jefferson said he’ll give No. 21 back to Lardarius Webb if he returns. Dennis Pitta is taking a pay cut for 2017 and 2018. Did the Ravens try to retain Kamar Aiken? Baltimore is in line for two comp picks.
A combination of the draft and free agency will be used to help fill five vacant starting roles on the Ravens roster. But if Zachary Orr taught us anything, it’s that some answers may be right in front of us.
Baltimore Ravens : Videos
Redeemed ex-convict and boxing trainer Maleek Jackson is helping the Ravens quarterback prepare for the 2017 season.
Based on how often the veteran safety is at the team facility working out, it doesn't look like he understands that it's the offseason. In addition to keeping himself in top shape, Weddle discusses his role in recruiting some of the newly-signed Ravens.
The Ravens defensive leader did an 100-yard interview with Ryan Mink, and here's a preview of what's to come.
Kimberly Jones speaks with Ohio State safety Malik Hooker at Ohio State's Pro Day.
NFL Network's Kimberly Jones joins "Up to the Minute" from the Ohio State Pro Day to give updates on the defensive backs heading to the NFL Draft from Ohio State.
The ESPN draft guru switched things up with a surprising pick to address the offensive line. If the Ravens were to pick All-American Ryan Ramczyk, it would mark the second offensive tackle selected in the first round in as many years.
Plus, why the Ravens haven't signed a receiver in free agency, and the chances of drafting an offensive lineman in the first round of the draft.
The USC product felt like he had something to prove at Wednesday's Pro Day, and explained why his production dipped as a junior.
Former NFL and USC wide receiver Curtis Conway said JuJu Smith-Schuster is similar to Anquan Boldin.
The Ravens will still likely add one or two more wide receivers. Look for the front office to use the draft and free agency to bolster the position.
The Baltimore Ravens hold the 16th and 48th overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft. Who will they take with their first two picks? Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks break it down.
The newly-signed cornerback grew up a Dallas Cowboys fan and fulfilled a childhood dream by playing there.
The 10-year veteran met with Baltimore media for the first after inking his new deal with the Ravens.
After signing his four-year contract, the veteran talked about why Baltimore was a good fit for him and what he can bring to the Ravens secondary.
Check out some of the top highlights from the Ravens' newest corner during his time with the Dallas Cowboys.