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Mar 26, 2017
Could Ozzie Newsome again select a wide receiver in first round?

Could Ozzie Newsome again select a wide receiver in first round?

At the start of the offseason, Newsome and the Ravens brass identified a “complimentary receiver” as a role in need of being filled. But with immediate issues in the secondary being mitigated, the Ravens now have the opportunity to gamble on a wide receiver early in the draft and possibly in the first round, as the pass rusher and cornerback classes are the two deepest positions in the draft. There is no true number one receiver on the Ravens roster. To expect Breshad Perriman to make a tremendous third year jump while being in only his second season of extended playing time would back...
Mar 11, 2017
With Tony Jefferson signing, Ravens secondary has chance to be elite

With Tony Jefferson signing, Ravens secondary has chance to be elite

The signing of Tony Jefferson was not universally lauded amongst Ravens fans but by and large, the move was touted as positive, even despite the price tag. Jefferson will prove to be a better box safety than Eric Weddle, thanks to his size and the violence he packs in his tackles. Weddle being a safer, “break down and get square” tackler in the open field is likely to be better suited for a move to free safety. He will prove to be a more instinctive safety than Lardarius Webb. With the semantics out of the way, the Ravens can now field two versatile, playmaking safeties, which will...
Mar 6, 2017
Ravens Brandon Williams expected to hit free agency

Ravens Brandon Williams expected to hit free agency

The Baltimore Ravens are about to take another hit. Despite multiple offers, defensive tackle Brandon Williams and the Ravens still have yet to come to an agreement. Despite several proposals, the Ravens also haven't been able to find compromise with Williams.— Jeff Zrebiec (@jeffzrebiecsun) March 5, 2017 If Williams hits the market, he is likely to be as good as gone. The Miami Dolphins specifically could become a chief suitor, as could the Kansas City Chiefs if they choose to part ways with Dontari Poe. The New York Giants' Damon Harrison set the market for nose tackles in last...
Mar 4, 2017
LB Reuben Foster sent home from Combine after argument with doctor

LB Reuben Foster sent home from Combine after argument with doctor

One of the strangest combine stories one will ever read involves Alabama linebacker and projected early first round pick Reuben Foster will miss the opportunity to be interviewed by NFL teams. The oddest thing in this odd story is that Foster was not even scheduled to participate in combine drills. The root cause of the argument is unknown. Whether this development will cause Foster to slide down the draft board come draft day is also unknown but perhaps unlikely. Alabama's pro day now is of paramount importance for the linebacker, who will need to explain this conflict in team interviews...

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