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Aerial Attack Needs Work in 2015 Pre-Draft Grades of Ravens' Offense

The Ravens have had yet another quiet offseason thus far. They made very little noise on the free agent market, and made one trade that saw them send defensive tackle Haloti Ngata to the Lions for a fourth and fifth-round draft pick.While the Ravens haven't made many moves to improve their roster via free agency, they brought back a key player when they re-signed Justin Forsett to...
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Aerial Attack Needs Work in Ravens' Pre-Draft Offensive Grades

The Ravens have had yet another quiet offseason thus far. They made very little noise on the free agent market, and made one trade that saw them send defensive tackle Haloti Ngata to the Lions for a fourth and fifth-round draft pick.While the Ravens haven't made many moves to improve their roster via free agency, they brought back a key player when they re-signed Justin Forsett to...
Via Pro Football Spot
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Coach John Harbaugh says the Ravens will need “more running back depth”

Head coach John Harbaugh told reporters Wednesday at the NFL owners meetings that the Baltimore Ravens “need more running back depth” and he’s right. Baltimore entered last season with some stiff competition at running back as coach Harbaugh left the starting job up for grabs — a job that really only had three possible candidates; Justin Forsett, Bernard Pierce and Lorenzo...
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Matt Elam’s recent play almost makes you forget he was a first-round pick

Just in case you forgot, allow me to remind you that Baltimore Ravens strong safety Matt Elam was a first-round draft pick in 2013. That could use some echoing right now as Elam undergoes a very important off-season — one that could make or break his future in Baltimore. The former First-team All-SEC is coming off of a roller coaster season. Elam entered last season as a starter...
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First Round Prospects By Division: AFC North

Baltimore Ravens:The Ravens came surprisingly close to making a run for the Super Bowl, narrowly losing in the divisional round to the eventual Super Bowl champs. Despite their deep run though, they had some glaring flaws on their team, both on offense and on defense. On offense they lack receivers that can threaten defenses outside the hashes. Sitting at the 26th spot they will...
Via Football Nation
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Baltimore Ravens: Examining the defensive line

When the Baltimore Ravens traded Haloti Ngata to the Detroit Lions a few weeks back, they were voluntarily losing a stalwart on their defensive line. That Ravens defensive line, however, proved at the end of last season that they can succeed without Ngata, who missed the final four regular season games as the result of a performance-enhancing drug suspension. As of right now, the...
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John Harbaugh holds court at NFL Annual Meeting…

Ravens head coach John Harbaugh is getting a lot of broadcast air time at the annual NFL meeting being held this year in Phoenix/Scottsdale, Arizona. Harbaugh is a personable and intelligent guy— media gravitates to him. Harbaugh made it clear to the media yesterday that the Ravens are not done in free agency. They are being “proactive” and monitoring and staying on top of...
Via Ravens Football Machine
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Patriots' tricky formation will now be illegal in 2015

On Wednesday, the NFL passed a rule making it illegal for an offensive player wearing an eligible number (between 1 and 49, or 80 to 89) to report as ineligible and line up outside the tackle box, per ESPN's John Keim. The proposal from the league's compeition committee came as a result due to successful Pats' series of plays (with RB Shane Vereen ineligible, but lining up as a...
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Ravens take shot at Pats on Twitter, but misspell a word

NFL owners approved a rule change Wednesday, and the Baltimore Ravens seem pretty darn happy about it. Owners on Wednesday approved a new rule regarding receiver eligibility. Fans might recall it was the Ravens who were left scratching their heads in the playoffs, as the New England Patriots confused them by utilizing new offensive formations. After the game, Ravens coach John Harbaugh...
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The Baltimore Ravens still don't know the rules

NFL owners have passed the rule proposal banning the use of ineligible receivers like the Patriots did in the AFC divisional playoffs.— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) March 25, 2015The Patriots didn’t use ineligible receivers. [Yardbarker]Follow us on Twitter for exclusive stories, Subscribe by Email, or Return home for Top sports news.
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Ravens send whiny tweet about Pats using ineligible receivers

The NFL approved a number of rule change proposals on Wednesday, one of which involves where ineligible receivers are allowed to line up. This particular change was inspired by the New England Patriots deceiving the Baltimore Ravens during the divisional round of the playoffs, and the Ravens are still crying about it. As Rick Stroud...Read More
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The Baltimore Ravens entering their 20th season could be a milestone for a former Raven

The Baltimore Ravens are coming up on their 20th season in the NFL. What better way to celebrate that milestone than to share it with a former Ravens great — a guy who goes by the name of Ed Reed. We’re talking about No. 20 himself. The Ravens would like to induct the future Hall of Famer into their Ring of Honor to combine what will be two milestones. Baltimore is running into...
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Way too Early Predictions for the Ravens' 2015 Schedule

The compete details of the Ravens' 2015 schedule hasn't been announced just yet, but we've known for a while who the Ravens will face next season, and which games will be home and on the road.Baltimore finished 10-6 last season, and made the playoffs as the second Wild Card team, finishing third in the AFC North division.The Ravens weren't shown the most favorable matchups heading...
Via Pro Football Spot
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Ravens mock draft from Walter takes advantage of comp picks…

The Ravens have hit on a few big compensatory picks in the past… Ravens are hoping to draft some young pass catchers—but don’t rule out quality wide receivers still on the free agent market. Charlie Campbell at Walter Football just released his 5-Round Mock Draft adjusted for compensatory picks. You can’t trade a compensatory pick—but the Ravens were awarded with three...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

The Baltimore Ravens might be the busiest team in the NFL

We've received a total of 44 compensatory picks since the policy started in 1994. That's the most in the league. pic.twitter.com/UYFyu2HWI8 — Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) March 24, 2015 Our place in the 2015 draft order has been finalized. See where we will make our picks: http://t.co/K0qyqb76hO pic.twitter.com/IwWauuhCHw — Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) March 24, 2015 LFW...
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The Baltimore Ravens absolutely own the rest of the NFL when it comes to this

The Baltimore Ravens were once again big winners when it came to compensatory draft picks for 2015. Ozzie Newsome’s bunch added three more picks Monday night, continuing a tradition unlike any others. AROUND COVER32 Power Rankings: The best player in each franchise’s history, ranked from 1-32 Five Things: The biggest losers in free agency In fact, the Ravens have killed the...
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Report: Baltimore Ravens to have two highly touted draft prospects in for visits soon

The Baltimore Ravens are scheduled to host two draft prospects who likely won’t be on the board when the team picks at No. 26 in next month’s NFL Draft. Nebraska pass rusher Randy Gregory to visit Ravens, sources say http://t.co/5IIAX1hXoa — Aaron Wilson (@RavensInsider) March 23, 2015 LSU offensive tackle La'el Collins to visit Ravens, sources say http://t.co/KsEvxGCUWk...
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Ravens find spare change under the cushions during Spring Cleaning…

Lardarius Webb agreed to restructure his contract with the Ravens— a nice team-first gesture by the veteran cornerback… Journeyman DE Lawrence Guy also signed a team-friendly deal—after bouncing around the league with Green Bay, Indianapolis and the San Diego Chargers, he may be the one Raven from 2014 you did not even know exists… I understand how Ozzie scrapes up cap...
Via Ravens Football Machine
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Why Joe Flacco is the NFL's most underrated QB

Josh McSwainWhen many people talk about Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco, some use the words game manager, product of his defense, etc. They could not be more wrong.John Harbaugh may think he’s the best and while that is an embellishment, I certainly think Flacco is the most underappreciated signal caller in the game right now. Here are the three main reasons why:1. Playoff...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

Why Joe Flacco is the NFL's most underrated QB

When many people talk about Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco, some use the words game manager, product of his defense, etc. They could not be more wrong. John Harbaugh may think he’s the best and while that is an embellishment, I certainly think Flacco is the most underappreciated signal caller in the game right now. Here are the three main reasons why: 1. Playoff record...
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Steelers owner sides with Ravens about Pats' formations

The New England Patriots’ unorthodox tactics have caused an NFL owner to take the side of his team’s bitter AFC North rival.   The Patriots defeated the Baltimore Ravens 35-31 in the 2014 AFC Divisional Round, but it wasn’t without controversy, as Ravens coach John Harbaugh took issue with New England coach Bill Belichick’s usage of four-offensive-lineman sets in a no...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

Baltimore Ravens Five Round NFL Mock Draft

The Ravens hold the 26th overall pick of this year's NFL Draft, and the talk about who they could take with their first round pick is starting to heat up.After filling holes at running back this offseason by re-signing Justin Forsett, and finding a new safety to line up opposite Will Hill in Kendrick Lewis, the focus now shifts to how the Ravens can improve their team via the draft...
Via Pro Football Spot
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Baltimore Ravens Week Two Free Agency Roundup

One of the first moves of this week for the Ravens was a long time coming, with the team finally managing to reach an agreement with cornerback Lardarius Webb. This move took a while for the Ravens to agree with Webb, who this week signed a new deal for the final three years of his existing deal, now worth $21 million. This move frees up some much-needed cap space for the Ravens...
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7 days ago  |  Discuss

Baltimore Ravens sign S Kendrick Lewis

Kendrick Lewis started all 16 games for the Texans last season and has made 67 starts in 5 seasons in the NFL since the Chiefs drafted him in the 5th round in 2010. Given that, I’m surprised he signed in Baltimore where it’s not clear that he’ll be a starter in 2015. Will Hill is presumably locked in to one starting safety spot because of his talent, though he’s proven to...
Via The Football Fan Spot
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Do the Ravens Have a True No. 1 Wide Receiver?

The Ravens boasted a solid receiving corps in 2014, as Steve Smith Sr. and Torrey Smith lined up opposite one another all year long to form a nice combination of skilled route running with big play potential. Quarterback Joe Flacco saw one of the best years of his career last season with Steve and Torrey Smith last year as well, throwing for 3,986 yards and 27 touchdowns, and posting...
Via Pro Football Spot
7 days ago  |  Discuss
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