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Ravens 2021 NFL Draft Profile: IOL David Moore

Tuesday, April 13th, 2021

Even after signing veteran Kevin Zeitler to man the right guard spot, the Baltimore Ravens may still be looking to further upgrade the interior of their offensive line with additional competition at left guard if Bradley Bozeman is moved to center or at center if Bozeman stays put. Grambling State’s David Moore is a prospect that could potentially do both.

There goes Julian Edelman, the most prolific passer in Patriots history

Tuesday, April 13th, 2021

They have been keeping that one under wraps for a long time,” Cris Collinsworth said after Julian Edelman’s first ever pass attempt in the NFL. It was a long time indeed until the New England Patriots let the former college quarterback attempt a pass in a real game. When they did call his number in January 2015’s divisional round game versus the Baltimore Ravens, however, he delivered and threw a 51-yard touchdown to fellow wide receiver Danny Amendola.

Ravens ‘keeping tabs’ on Jadeveon Clowney

Monday, April 12th, 2021

The Baltimore Ravens are seemingly looking for a veteran edge rusher, and they are reportedly keeping tabs on pass rusher Jadeveon Clowney

Justin Houston set to visit the Ravens on Tuesday

Monday, April 12th, 2021

During 2021 free agency, the Baltimore Ravens saw three of their edge rushers leave for other opportunities as Matthew Judon, Yannick Ngakoue, and Jihad Ward all signed elsewhere. While the team was able to retain both Tyus Bowser and Pernell McPhee, Baltimore currently only has three edge players on the roster when also factoring in Jaylon Ferguson.

Ravens coach John Harbaugh nearly let Justin Tucker attempt a 62-yard field goal vs. Browns

Monday, April 12th, 2021

The legendary Lamar Jackson cramp game is already a story for the ages. The man runs back out of the tunnel on 4th & 5, right after the two-minute warning with Trace McSorley suffering a season-ending knee injury to throw a touchdown pass to Marquise Brown and eventually win the game. The game was undeniably the game of the year.

POD Community Mock: With the 27th pick, the Ravens select…

Monday, April 12th, 2021

The Lamar Jackson era in Baltimore is off to quite the promising start. In two-and-a-half seasons played, Jackson has amassed a 30-7 record as the Ravens quarterback, plus he has one of those MVP Awards people like to talk about so much. Not too shabby of a start.

Ravens seven-round mock draft (Version 2.0): Grabbing an edge rusher and gambling on a center

Monday, April 12th, 2021

The 6-foot-5, 252-pound Oweh is not the sure thing that, say, Chase Young or Joey Bosa was. In seven games last season, he didn’t have a single sack. But Oweh, who didn’t play football until his junior year of high school, is a one-percenter as an athlete.

John Harbaugh Relives Epic Night in Cleveland With Lamar Jackson

Sunday, April 11th, 2021

"It's fourth-and-5 and my man Trace is down," Harbaugh said in a video posted by James Light. "He wound up missing the season with a knee injury. So it's fourth-and-5 and we have no quarterback and it's the two-minute warning.

The Ravens should to continue to get more athletic on the defensive line

Sunday, April 11th, 2021

As a result, the need for more athletic defensive linemen that can both generate greater interior pressure and possess more lateral agility is on the rise. Last offseason, the Ravens remodeled the interior of their defensive front-seven with that in mind. They let hulking defensive tackle Michael Pierce walk in free agency, traded for five-time Pro Bowler Calais Campbell, signed Derek Wolfe, and drafted Justin Madubuike in the third round out of Texas A&M. Campbell recorded four sacks and was ex...

5 Trades NFL Teams Should Try to Execute Before the 2021 Draft

Sunday, April 11th, 2021

The Cincinnati Bengals used the first overall pick in 2020 on LSU quarterback Joe Burrow, and while Burrow's rookie season ended in disappointing fashion, he showed real promise. However, the Bengals badly need to upgrade the offensive line in front of him. Cincinnati's line was the league's third-worst in 2020, per Pro Football Focus, and while Cincinnati signed Riley Reiff to man right tackle and hopes Jonah Williams can shake off the injury woes that have plagued his NFL career to date, there...