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Ravens coach John Harbaugh discusses running backs Kenneth Dixon, Terrance West and Danny Woodhead, as well as Baltimore's receiving corps.
Mar 28, 2017
numberFire
Baltimore Ravens running back Terrance West is currently the first running back on the depth chart, head coach Jim Harbaugh said. What It Means: Things could change between now and Week 1 of the regular season, but it's clear that West is going to remain a relevant part of Baltimore's backfield. The 26-year-old back averaged 4.0 yards per carry on a career-high 193 attempts in 2016. Kenneth Dixon will eat into West's touches once he returns from his four-game PED suspension. Danny Woodhead projects to be the Ravens' primary pass-catching back throughout the year. West's -0.04...
numberFire Mar 28, 2017

Ravens say Terrance West is leader in backfield

Baltimore Ravens running back Terrance West is currently the first running back on the depth chart, head coach Jim Harbaugh said. What It Means: Things could change between now and Week 1 of the regular season, but it's clear that West is going to remain a relevant part of Baltimore's backfield. The 26-year-old back averaged 4.0 yards per carry on a career-high 193 attempts in 2016. Kenneth Dixon will eat into West's touches once he returns from his four-game PED suspension. Danny Woodhead projects to be the Ravens' primary pass-catching back throughout the year. West's -0.04...
Baltimore Beatdown Mar 28, 2017
Dick Cass says the Ravens are done in free agency until after the NFL Draft

Dick Cass says the Ravens are done in free agency until after the NFL Draft

The Ravens usually make impact signings after the draft. The Baltimore Ravens have had a very unusual and completely unrecognizable offseason. They have been active in free agency; signing Danny Woodhead, Tony Jefferson, and Brandon Carr. Along with resigning Anthony Levine and Brandon Williams. General Manager Ozzie Newsome and team president Dick Cass have made it their mission this offseason to improve the team and boost an 8-8 record from 2016. Now, it seems it's back to business as usual for the Ravens as The Baltimore Sun's Jeff Zrebiec caught up with Cass at the owners meetings in...
NESN Mar 24, 2017
How Will Rex Burkhead Fit Into Patriots’ Running Back Committee?

How Will Rex Burkhead Fit Into Patriots’ Running Back Committee?

The New England Patriots conjured up memories of adding Wes Welker, Chris Hogan and Danny Woodhead — oh and Dion... Read More »
Baltimore Sun Mar 24, 2017

Five for Friday: Free agents who best fit with the Ravens

The Ravens have been busy this offseason after a slow start, reaching deals with safety Tony Jefferson, cornerback Brandon Carr and running back Danny Woodhead, as well as bringing back nose tackle Brandon Williams and wide receiver Mike Wallace. But with the draft approaching and free agency ongoing,...
Baltimore Beatdown Mar 22, 2017
Assessing the remaining free agent pass rushers still on the market for the Ravens

Assessing the remaining free agent pass rushers still on the market for the Ravens

Who is left on the thinning market? Depending on who you ask, you either love what the Baltimore Ravens have done in free agency (which is spend close to $60 million dollars on Brandon Williams, Tony Jefferson, and Brandon Carr) or you hate it because of the lack of signings on offense minus Danny Woodhead. On defense, the Ravens have filled the safety and cornerback positions with Jefferson and Carr, and I'm sure general manager Ozzie Newsome will focus on adding to the secondary come draft day, but there is one position on the defensive side of the football he hasn't yet addressed, the...
Baltimore Beatdown Mar 19, 2017
Why the Ravens should not target a free agent wide receiver

Why the Ravens should not target a free agent wide receiver

Ozzie Newsome and his staff have been incredibly active on the free agent market thus far, landing Tony Jefferson, Danny Woodhead, Brandon Williams and Brandon Carr. Of the biggest three needs for the team, wide receiver, cornerback and pass rusher, only one was address (cornerback with Carr). With the loss of Steve Smith Sr., and possibly Kamar Aiken, the Ravens lack a true number one playmaking receiver. The Ravens have publicly stated that they are looking for a veteran possession receiver, which they still can find on the free agent market, but the Ravens should avoid signing a free...
Niners Nation Mar 17, 2017
NFL Network offers Brian Westbrook, Danny Woodhead comparisons for Christian McCaffrey

NFL Network offers Brian Westbrook, Danny Woodhead comparisons for Christian McCaffrey

I don’t think that qualifies as a “worst case,” but if he can reach even Woodhead, I’d be down for that. The San Francisco 49ers will likely add some depth at running back in the 2017 NFL Draft, but the question right now is at what point are they willing to commit. The team has ten draft picks, and this represents a fairly deep running back class. There have been some suggestions of Leonard Fournette with the No. 2 pick, but with so many defensive needs, is he worth it for that kind of valuable asset? If the 49ers want to until day two, Stanford running back Christian McCaffrey is...
Baltimore Beatdown Mar 14, 2017
Are the Baltimore Ravens going all-in this season?

Are the Baltimore Ravens going all-in this season?

Uncharacteristic moves from the front office this offseason It is widely speculating the 2017-2918 season is a make or break season for Ravens Head Coach John Harbaugh. With that being said, Baltimore appears to be in a win-now mode. They have spent $51.75 million in guaranteed money, thus far, as per Jamison Hensley. The Ravens believe they have brought in players who will make immediate contributions and take them back to the playoffs. They brought in Danny Woodhead to be a third-down running back, if not a larger role. However, they may have overpaid for Woodhead. He is a good...
Baltimore Beatdown Mar 13, 2017
Ravens have been contrarians in the first wave of free agency

Ravens have been contrarians in the first wave of free agency

Jason La Canfora points out that Baltimore has been an outlier The NFL is a passing league now. We hear this statement repeated all the time. However, the Baltimore Ravens front office has prioritized the run game so far this offseason. By re-signing nose tackle Brandon Williams and acquiring running back Danny Woodhead on the first weekend free agency, they have essentially set the market at two devalued positions. Brandon Williams was retained on a 5-year, $52.5 million deal with $24.5 million guaranteed. This makes him the eleventh highest paid interior defensive lineman in the NFL,...
NFL Trade Rumors Mar 13, 2017

Patriots Hosting RB Rex Burkhead For Visit

Field Yates of ESPN is reporting that the Patriots are bringing in free agent RB Rex Burkhead for a visit on Monday. Burkhead has already met with the Falcons since the free agent market opened last week, but left Atlanta without a deal. The running back market is still taking shape, as Danny Woodhead is the … The post Patriots Hosting RB Rex Burkhead For Visit appeared first on NFLTradeRumors.co.
Baltimore Beatdown Mar 13, 2017
Grading the Ravens free agency thus far

Grading the Ravens free agency thus far

With the initial wave of free agency now over, how did the Ravens fare? I will give the Ravens a B in free agency, thus far. Just a quick overview, the Ravens tendered all of their restricted free agents; Jumal Rolle, Ryan Jensen, Terrance West, Marqueston Huff, James Hurst and Michael Campanaro. Baltimore re-signed Brandon Williams, Ryan Mallett and Anthony Levine Sr. and brought in Tony Jefferson as well as Danny Woodhead. The Ravens lost four players in free agency; Vladimir Ducasse, Lawrence Guy, Kyle Juszczyk and Rick Wagner. They cut Lardarius Webb, Kendrick Lewis, Elvis Dumervil...
Baltimore Sun Mar 12, 2017

Looking closer at contracts for Ravens' Tony Jefferson, Danny Woodhead

The Ravens signed both players on first day of free agency.
Baltimore Beatdown Mar 12, 2017
Danny Woodhead and Tony Jefferson contract details released

Danny Woodhead and Tony Jefferson contract details released

At long last, the contract details of Ravens signee Danny Woodhead have been released, as well as further details regarding Tony Jefferson’s contract as per Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun. Danny Woodhead deal was for three-years, 8.8 million. 4.25 mill guaranteed.— Jeff Zrebiec (@jeffzrebiecsun) March 12, 2017 Jefferson's deal was for 4 years, 34 million. Max value of $37 million. Includes $19 million in guaranteed money.— Jeff Zrebiec (@jeffzrebiecsun) March 12, 2017 Zrebiec also released information on the cap hits of each deal for this upcoming season. Woodhead will...
numberFire Mar 12, 2017

Ravens don't see Danny Woodhead as stopgap

The Baltimore Ravens would have signed running back Danny Woodhead regardless of Kenneth Dixon's four-game PED suspension, general manager Ozzie Newsome insists. What It Means: Newsome admitted that Dixon's ban may have created a greater sense of urgency to sign Woodhead, but ultimately that was the direction the Ravens were headed in anyway. "Yes, he still would have been a big part of our conversation," said Newsome. "We still would have signed him." The Ravens envision Woodhead as an important piece of their passing-down offense all season, and not just a Band-Aid for when Dixon...
numberFire Mar 11, 2017

Ravens' Danny Woodhead has no concerns about ACL recovery

Baltimore Ravens running back Danny Woodhead thinks he will be the same player coming back from a torn ACL. What It Means: "I wasn't going to come back if I couldn't do what I can do," Woodhead said. "I wanted to be able to be the player that I've always been, that I've been the last two or three years. I believe I am." Perhaps he is right, but Woodhead is a 32-year-old coming off a significant knee injury. With Kenneth Dixon suspended the first four games, Woodhead will get every opportunity to show he still has it, but it will not be surprising if he has lost half a...

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