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Baltimore Beatdown Apr 24, 2017
PFF lists the Ravens as one of the best fits for Mike Williams

PFF lists the Ravens as one of the best fits for Mike Williams

Could the towering receiver be a target for the team? The Baltimore Ravens are once again in need of wide receiver help, and will likely look to get some of it in the upcoming NFL draft. Pro Football Focus (PFF) has identified an ideal fit for them at the position, former Clemson Tiger Mike Williams: “The Ravens are another nice fit for Williams if he does fall that far (unlikely, but possible). With the retirement of Steve Smith Sr., the Ravens only have one receiver that graded above 63.0 overall last season, and that’s Mike Wallace (75.7). Wallace is a different kind of receiver than...
Steelers Depot Apr 23, 2017

Mike Wallace On Taking Leadership Role With Ravens: ‘I Just Have To Curse A Couple More People Out’

The Pittsburgh Steelers caught lightning in a bottle with the drafting of wide receiver Mike Wallace in the third round of the 2009 NFL Draft, and when that lightning started to get on people’s nerves, drop passes, and demand too much money, they took the cap off and let it... The post Mike Wallace On Taking Leadership Role With Ravens: ‘I Just Have To Curse A Couple More People Out’ appeared first on Steelers Depot by Matthew Marczi. Go Steelers! [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Baltimore Beatdown Apr 13, 2017
Baltimore Beatdown Mailbag: A look at the rookie wide receivers

Baltimore Beatdown Mailbag: A look at the rookie wide receivers

Who should interest the Ravens? As we come into the final weeks leading up to the draft, the question lingers as to who the Ravens plan to take. To answer these questions we often look at where a team lacks depth or an impact playmaker. In the Ravens’ case, the team is thin at wide receiver. Mike Wallace isn't getting any younger, Breshad Perriman is still an unknown and Flacco hasn't proven that he can consistently elevate the talent around him. I took to Twitter to field your questions after a grueling week of evaluating the wide receiver class. @rlukeclifford asks: Why has Cooper...
numberFire Apr 6, 2017

Ravens re-sign Michael Campanaro

The Baltimore Ravens signed wide receiver Michael Campanaro to a one-year deal. What It Means: The deal is worth a "maximum" of $2 million. A restricted free agent, Campanaro was tendered at the original-round/$1.797 million level, but the sides have agreed on a compromise. Campanaro's base money has been lowered but potential max earnings raised. Campanaro is a slot man who helps out on returns. The Ravens have a wide open receiver depth chart behind Mike Wallace. Campanaro has just 16 career targets over the last three years, earning 16.22 Reception Net Expected...

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