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Baltimore Beatdown Feb 24, 2017
The Baltimore Ravens desperately need wide receivers

The Baltimore Ravens desperately need wide receivers

Baltimore must address adding pass-catchers to the roster Before the 2017-2018 season, the Baltimore Ravens must add a receiving threat. According to Spotrac, there are only five wide receivers under contract for 2017, and two names most Ravens fans wouldn’t recognize. Right now, the Ravens receiving corps include Mike Wallace, Breshad Perriman and Chris Moore. Not a bad foundation for any franchise, but they cannot be the entire squad; Baltimore must find another receiver. Currently, the top wide receiver free agents include: Alshon Jeffery Pierre Garcon DeSean Jackson Vincent...
Baltimore Beatdown Feb 24, 2017
Pro Football Focus names Raven’s Mike Wallace the best at this route

Pro Football Focus names Raven’s Mike Wallace the best at this route

As the Ravens decide what to do with Wallace, this information may help Pro Football Focus is not the be-all-end-all source for in depth info. I personally will not comment in depth on players unless I’ve watched their film, but despite PFF’s arguably flawed grading process, they can be a useful resource. Recently, PFF did a series on the NFL’s best receiver when it comes to running each of the nine routes on a route tree, and Mike Wallace made the cut. Best slant route runner (min. 10 targeted routes): Mike Wallace, Baltimore Ravens Mike Wallace left defenders in the dust when...
Baltimore Beatdown Feb 23, 2017
Three Day 3 receiver prospects who could help the Ravens in 2017

Three Day 3 receiver prospects who could help the Ravens in 2017

The Baltimore Ravens wide receiver position includes a great deal uncertainty this offseason. Their top target from the last few seasons, Steve Smith Sr., has retired and Kamar Aiken is an unrestricted free agent who appears unlikely to return. The Ravens hope to not only replace these valuable contributors, but upgrade the receiving corps overall in an effort to maximize Joe Flacco’s effectiveness. Breshad Perriman provided some big plays in his first season of action last year, and is tentatively penciled in as a starter on the outside. Mike Wallace had an up-and-down first season in...
Baltimore Beatdown Feb 23, 2017
NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport says James Harrison return to the Steelers is a “matter of time”

NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport says James Harrison return to the Steelers is a “matter of time”

Will Harrison remain a thorn in the Ravens side? Many faces have changed over the years when it comes to the rivalry between the Baltimore Ravens and the Pittsburgh Steelers. Some faces remain the same like Joe Flacco, Mike Wallace (who re-entered the rivalry by switching jerseys), Ben Roethlisberger and Terrell Suggs. Another man, or beast, still looms large every time these two bitter rivals get together: James Harrison. The man has been an animal throughout his career, a career that could very well end with a bust in Canton, Ohio. Whenever he sees purple and black lining up against him,...
Baltimore Beatdown Feb 22, 2017
Raven’s Nest: Pierre Garçon may be an option

Raven’s Nest: Pierre Garçon may be an option

Baltimore Ravens news and links for 2/22/2017 We are launching yet another new series here at Baltimore Beatdown where we will link you, the reader, to some of the most interesting news and tidbits concerning the Ravens. This series may be published up to three times a week depending on the quality and quantity of news. IS WR PIERRE GARCON'S SUBTLE MESSAGE GOOD NEWS FOR RAVENS? - BaltimoreRavens.com The nine-year veteran led Washington with 79 catches and 1,041 yards last season. To put that in perspective, it’s just slightly more catches than Mike Wallace (72) or Smith (70) had last...
Baltimore Beatdown Feb 20, 2017
Is JuJu Smith-Schuster the next Anquan Boldin?

Is JuJu Smith-Schuster the next Anquan Boldin?

With Steve Smith Sr. retired, Kamar Aiken set to leave in free agency and Mike Wallace a potential cap casualty, the Baltimore Ravens are in desperate need of a wide receiver this offseason. And not just any wide receiver, the Ravens need a true number one. The first round of the 2017 NFL Draft has two stud wide receivers, both of whom have superstar potential. These two are Mike Williams and Corey Davis. However, with multiple wide receiver needy teams ahead of the Ravens (Tennessee, Arizona and Philadelphia), there is a strong chance neither Williams nor Davis is available with the 16th...
Baltimore Beatdown Feb 15, 2017
The Ravens should exercise patience with their cap management this offseason

The Ravens should exercise patience with their cap management this offseason

Baltimore doesn’t have much leverage The Baltimore Ravens are going to clear some salary cap space this offseason, this much is certain. A few of the prospective cuts are obvious: Kyle Arrington, Kendrick Lewis and Ben Watson will potentially provide $6.9 million in cap relief before the draft. The Ravens have six borderline veteran contracts on their payroll, namely Elvis Dumervil, Mike Wallace, Dennis Pitta, Lardarius Webb, Shareece Wright and Jeremy Zuttah. The Ravens should wait until after the draft to make final decisions on most of these veterans. The Ravens front office is...
Russell Street Report Feb 3, 2017

Wallace Must Stay in Baltimore

When discussing potential cap casualties this offseason, Mike Wallace’s name comes up frequently in the discussion. Wallace is coming off of his best season since 2011 totaling 72 catches and 1,017 yards but his pace cooled considerably as the season … The post Wallace Must Stay in Baltimore appeared first on Russell Street Report | Baltimore Ravens News.
CSN MidAtlantic Jan 27, 2017

Ravens' Mike Wallace has stats to prove he still has speed to burn

Mike Wallace of the Ravens is still one of the NFLs fastest wide receivers and has data to back that up.The NFL released some of its
Rotoworld Jan 26, 2017

Ravens could save $5.75M by cutting Wallace - Mike Wallace (WR) Baltimore Ravens

The Ravens would save $5.75 million in salary cap space by releasing Mike Wallace.
Baltimore Beatdown Jan 26, 2017
Ravens Mike Wallace and Steve Smith both ranked among the league’s best at creating separation

Ravens Mike Wallace and Steve Smith both ranked among the league’s best at creating separation

Per NFL.com’s Next Gen Stats Matt Harmon of NFL.com recently published an evaluation of the Top-10 No. 2 WRs in Separation during the 2016 regular season. He defines a number two receiver as a wideout who received less than 100 targets when lined up out wide, but more than 100 targets total. To determine separation, Next Gen Stats measured the distance between the receivers and defenders on passes they were targeted on. Basically, this is a ranking of how adept complimentary receivers were at getting open last season. Two Baltimore Ravens made the list.. 5) Mike Wallace, Baltimore Ravens...

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