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Jul 17, 2017
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Joe Flacco said Danny Woodhead is the best receiving back the Ravens have had since Ray Rice.
numberFire Jul 17, 2017

Danny Woodhead best receiving back Ravens have had in years

Baltimore Ravens running back Danny Woodhead is the best receiving back the team has had since Ray Rice, quarterback Joe Flacco said. What It Means: "Really... we haven't had a type of back that’s quite like how Ray was and quite like how Danny is in the passing game," Flacco said. "They just have a very good feel for when they're open and how to get open, how to sit in holes, how to find my eyes, and you can already see that." The Ravens lost both tight end Dennis Pitta and receiving fullback Kyle Juszczyk this offseason, and these comments suggest Flacco will be looking for him....
Rotoworld Jul 17, 2017

Flacco: Woodhead best receiving RB since Rice - Danny Woodhead (RB) Baltimore Ravens

Joe Flacco said Danny Woodhead is the best receiving back the Ravens have had since Ray Rice.
Baltimore Beatdown Jul 14, 2017
Tony Jefferson talks how and why he became a Baltimore Raven

Tony Jefferson talks how and why he became a Baltimore Raven

The new Raven stepped inside the NFL Network studios. The Baltimore Ravens have been, shockingly, one of the busiest teams this NFL offseason. The team was very active early in free agency, signing Danny Woodhead and Brandon Carr. They also snagged wide receiver Jeremy Maclin last month. This offseason has been rare for the Ravens and general manager Ozzie Newsome, and they have made it clear that their intention is to compete for a Super Bowl in 2017. One of their biggest prize free agent acquisitions, maybe the biggest, was signing safety Tony Jefferson away from the Arizona Cardinals....
numberFire Jul 8, 2017

Ravens expected to use three-headed running back committee

The Baltimore Ravens will employ a "three-headed monster" at running back this year, Ryan Mink of BaltimoreRavens.com expects. What It Means: Mink considers Terrance West the favorite for early-down work with Danny Woodhead serving as the go-to back on passing downs. He also expects a "bigger role" for Kenneth Dixon, though obviously that won't happen until he returns from his four-game suspension. Baltimore has led the league in passing attempts each of the last two seasons and should come out throwing again in 2017. Our algorithms project West for 534 rushing yards and 3.78...
Baltimore Beatdown Jul 7, 2017
Madden predicts: Week 1 at Cincinnati

Madden predicts: Week 1 at Cincinnati

Another season of Ravens football is about to begin in a few months, and with that in mind, many fans find it hard not to recklessly speculate about what the team’s final record will be. We here at Baltimore Beatdown are no different, but rather than make our own predictions, we’ve decided to let things play out on the virtual gridiron to see how the purple and black may fare in 2017, something made possible by Madden 17’s custom roster feature. This allows us to fully update the Ravens team (including rookies brought in via the draft, as well as pickups such as Danny Woodhead, Tony...
Baltimore Beatdown Jul 4, 2017
Northern Territory: What could be the downfall of each AFC North team?

Northern Territory: What could be the downfall of each AFC North team?

AFC North news and links for 7/4/17 Let’s get to the AFC North news... Cincy Jungle - Cincinnati Bengals Every AFC North team’s biggest hurdle for success in 2017 On offense, the Ravens have a sub-par running game. They haven’t had a 1,000 yard rusher since Justin Forsett ran for 1,266 yards in 2014, and they haven’t had a ‘franchise’ running back since Ray Rice unceremoniously left the league in 2013 on the heels of domestic violence issues. The Ravens signed Danny Woodhead this offseason to compete with Terrance West and Lorenzo Taliaferro. However, what Baltimore really...
Baltimore Beatdown Jun 29, 2017
Way-too-early Ravens 53-man roster prediction 2.0

Way-too-early Ravens 53-man roster prediction 2.0

Who will make the final 53-man roster? With the first day of training camp still a few weeks away, here is the second edition of my way-too-early 53-man roster prediction: Quarterback (2) Joe Flacco Ryan Mallett Analysis: No real surprises here. This group may be the only unit set in stone, barring a training camp injury. Running back (3) Danny Woodhead Terrance West Lorenzo Taliaferro Analysis: Javorius Allen just misses the cut while Kenneth Dixon will return following his four-game suspension. Taliaferro makes it, if he stays healthy, because he will also serve as the fullback. Wide...
Baltimore Beatdown Jun 26, 2017
Baltimore Beatdown Monday Mailbag: What is Danny Woodhead’s role?

Baltimore Beatdown Monday Mailbag: What is Danny Woodhead’s role?

Answering your best Twitter questions! One more Sunday closer to football! Let’s take a look at your questions from the weekend! Question: How do you think we will use Danny Woodhead? I'm thinking he basically lines up in 2 back sets as a "FB" and take all of juice's catches— Kristofer A. Nichols (@KristoferA_) June 25, 2017 Answer: I believe the Ravens will use him just as you mentioned, but I’m not entirely sure he’ll actually line up at fullback. He would have to be an actual threat to run block for that to be effective, and he’s not. I expect that he’ll step into the...

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