The Baltimore Ravens' first round draft successes have been well documented. The key to the Ravens' stature as a perennial playoff contender has been the ability to unearth gems in the draft's later rounds. Here I discuss the Ravens' top five all-time draft steals for Yahoo! Sports. Read Here
The Baltimore Ravens’ front office has drawn praise around the NFL for its many draft successes. Of course, the Ravens have also had their share of busts. The discussion of all-time Ravens’ busts begins with Kyle Boller. I discussed the Ravens’ top five draft busts for Yahoo! Sports. Read here
The Baltimore #Ravens were repeatedly linked to University of Alabama linebacker Dont’a Hightower in the days leading up to last week’s NFL draft. The conventional line of thinking went that Hightower was a highly regarded middle linebacker and the Ravens were looking for an heir apparent to Ray Lewis. The Ravens had the 29th selection in the first round. Continue Reading
The Baltimore Ravens agreed to a two year contract worth $7 million with free agent wide receiver Jacoby Jones earlier this week. The 27 year old Jones comes to Baltimore after playing five seasons with the Houston Texans. At 6’2’ and 212 lbs. Jones brings size and versatility to Charm City. Jones is expected to be the Ravens' third receiver and could also return kicks and punts.
The Baltimore Ravens' front office, led by Hall of Fame tight end Ozzie Newsome, has been considered one of the NFL's best. The Ravens draft well and typically supplement their homegrown roster with key free agent acquisitions. Ozzie and company are only human and Baltimore has had its share of free agent flops. Here are the five worst free agent signings in Ravens history.
The Baltimore Ravens have built a perennial contender by excelling in the drafting and development of players. The team has also hit it big on several key free agents over the years. Here are the top five free agent signings in Ravens’ history.
Baltimore Ravens’ All Pro safety Ed Reed is a football wizard on the gridiron. He’s been a dynamic force in the Baltimore secondary for nearly a decade. Reed’s been slowed by injuries in recent seasons but he always shine when the spotlight is brightest. He’s a sure fire Hall of Famer and a millionaire many times over.
Reed’s a bit obtuse in his dealing with fans and the media. He’s hinted at possible retirement several times in the past few years but he’s always ready to pester opposing quarterbacks when the regular season starts. This offseason has been no different for Reed.