Watch cornerback Marlon Humphrey lock up opposing SEC wide receivers, Tyus Bowser explode off the edge, Tim Williams put a devastating spin move on a defender and more.
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Baltimore Ravens : News
The Ravens have reportedly added former Western Michigan quarterback Zach Geller, Arizona State receiver Tim White and several others.
After one playoff in the past four years, the Ravens are going back to the old approach. Baltimore has now built a defense capable of putting games on its shoulders.
Fourth-Round Pick: G Nico Siragusa, Fifth-Round Pick: G/T Jermaine Eluemunor, Sixth-Round Pick: S Chuck Clark
It was pretty much a formality, but General Manager Ozzie Newsome confirmed Saturday that the Ravens will have Pro Bowl inside linebacker C.J. Mosley under contract through the 2018 season.
Baltimore wrapped up its draft by taking another defensive back who was a three-year starter in college.
Baltimore got another versatile offensive lineman who grew up playing rugby in North London before becoming a standout at Texas A&M. Eluemunor has great movement and a ton of strength.
Baltimore took its first offensive player of the draft by addressing a need on the offensive line.
From the outset this offseason, the Ravens wanted to build up their secondary. Check. On Day 2 of the draft, they added the pass rushers. The 2017 Baltimore defense may be its best in a long time.
The Ravens were targeting some offensive players, but they were drafted just before Baltimore was on the clock. Baltimore stayed true to the board and beefed up its defense.
The Ravens made a value pick in the third round by adding a pass rusher who garnered some buzz as a first-round prospect.
The Michigan defensive end is 6-foot-5, 298 pounds and played for John Harbaugh's brother, Jim. Wormley notched 17.5 sacks during his four seasons.
Defensive Coordinator Dean Pees, Secondary Coach Chris Hewitt & CB Marlon Humphrey
The Ravens addressed a need by selecting the explosive outside linebacker from Houston.
Second-Round Pick: OLB Tyus Bowser, Third-Round Pick (A): DE Chris Wormley, Third-Round Pick (B): OLB Tim Williams
Baltimore Ravens : Videos
Garrett Downing and Ryan Mink give their take on the defensive-oriented draft, including their favorite pick and who they think will have an immediate impact.
Baltimore bolstered its secondary and pass rush and added a pair of big, physical offensive lineman. Ozzie Newsome, John Harbaugh, Eric DeCosta and Joe Hortiz give their take on the group and explain why they didn't draft any offensive skill players.
Ravens first-round pick Marlon Humphrey thanks the Maryland teen for announcing his name at the NFL Draft. T.J. said the one thing missing from his Make-A-Wish experience was shaking Humphrey's hand.
During the Draft we often hear about how far a certain player has come, the great distances he and his family have traveled to reach the doorstep of the NFL. But few players in history have traversed the distances of Texas A&M offensive lineman Jermaine Eluemunor, whose football path is as intriguing as his unique skill set.
The "Good Morning Football" crew shares the draft story of Texas A&M offensive tackle Jermaine Eluemunor.
Texas A&M offensive tackle Jermaine Eluemunor followed quite the road leading to the NFL draft. From London, to Junior College, all the way to the combine, he is now in the "hunt" as a top draft prospect hoping to live out his unique version of the American dream.
The Ravens' first-round pick, famous father Bobby, and mother Barbara sat down with Garrett Downing to talk about Marlon's upbringing, what it was like for Marlon to follow in his father's footsteps and who the best athlete is in the family.
The Ravens picked outside linebacker Tyus Bowser, defensive end Chris Wormley and pass rusher Tim Williams. General Manager Ozzie Newsome said Baltimore is trying to be 'very, very strong on defense.'
Everything you need to know about Alabama defensive end Tim Williams.
General Manager Ozzie Newsome told the Ravens' newest outside linebacker that he wants him to play SAM linebacker, rush the passer and play special teams
Former Ravens Super Bowl winner Jermaine Lewis announces the Baltimore Ravens' selection of Houston linebacker Tyus Bowser in Round 2 with the No. 47 overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft.
The Ravens' first-round cornerback talked about following in his father's footsteps, what made him fall in love with football and what made him play so physical.
As soon as Ravens Head Coach John Harbaugh met his new first-round pick Marlon Humphrey, he got into a stance and wanted the physical cornerback to press him at the fake line of scrimmage.
NFL Media's Bucky Brooks, Matt Money, and Lance Zierlein give Tyus Bowser a B draft grade.
After two nights in Philadelphia, a benefit of coming back to Baltimore for the draft is all of the snacks at the facility to power everyone through the weekend.