Nelson Chenault-USA TODAY Sports With the NFL scouting combine scheduled to begin this Sunday, February 23rd, draft season has officially commenced. In the lead up to the first round on April 23rd, prospects will be re-evaluated, needs will shift and opinions will evolve.
The Baltimore Ravens should be aggressive in NFL Free Agency. Here are three reasons why: 1. The time is now: The Baltimore Ravens have the reigning MVP of the National Football League on a rookie contract.
For the first time in as long as I can remember, the Ravens have some serious question marks at the inside linebacker position. L.J Fort and Josh Bynes played admirably after being thrown into the mix in the middle of the season, but there is not a long-term option on the roster right now.
Here are three early but fun predictions for the next season of Baltimore Ravens football: 1. The Ravens will get more interceptions in the 2020 season: A full season with Marcus Peters is a good way for the Baltimore Ravens to increase their interception totals.
Running backs aren’t viewed as highly in today’s NFL as they once were, so why is everyone saying the Baltimore Ravens should add more to their team? Let’s state facts here: The Baltimore Ravens offense is the furthest thing from traditional, but it’s unbelievably successful.
The Baltimore Ravens have a lot of young and unproven players. Here is a ranking of each by how much potential they have: 1. Justice Hill: Justice Hill has a chance to be a secret weapon for the Ravens.
Before NFL Free agency and the NFL Draft, let’s look at what the Baltimore Ravens should feel best about. Here is a look at the confidence level I have in each position group on offense and defense, as it stands mid-February.
Tony Jefferson was released Friday after never living up to expectations since the Ravens signed him in 2017. Also Friday, Baltimore offensive lineman James Hurst was suspended 4 games for violating the league's PED policy.
Photo by Zach Bolinger/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images One of the most versatile players in this year’s draft class could be available at pick #28 for the Ravens With the 2020 NFL Scouting Combine soon approaching, NFL coaches, general managers, and fans will get a better idea of whose draft stock will rise as well as fall.
“Big Truss” became the catchphrase surrounding the 2019 Baltimore Ravens, but it left many perplexed about its meaning. Few people had ever heard of the “Big Truss” term prior to the Ravens’ 41-7 win over the Houston Texans.