Archive for the ‘Baltimore Ravens’ Category

Ravens Center Matt Skura Signs Free Agent Tender

Friday, April 10th, 2020

Unfortunately, he suffered a season-ending injury against the Los Angeles Rams in Week 12. He was diagnosed with a torn ACL, MCL, and PCL and a dislocated knee cap. As a result of the injury, the Ravens offered Skura the low tender worth $2.1 million instead of the second-round tender worth $3.2 million.

Spurned but happy, Baltimore Ravens’ Mark Ingram accepts Marshal Yanda’s retirement

Friday, April 10th, 2020

Ingram anticipated such a possibility during the season. After signing with Baltimore in 2019, Ingram was enthused to run behind a widely respected offensive lineman — and he tried to convince Yanda to keep playing. I was working on him all season.

Ranking Every NFL Team’s Quarterback Situation

Friday, April 10th, 2020

With two weeks until the NFL draft and the rumor mill churning, it might be a good time for every team to ask itself: Honestly, how are we doing at the quarterback position? There is also a robust free agent market still available, with Cam Newton and Jameis Winston up for grabs.

Ravens News 4/10: Murray vs. Queen and more

Friday, April 10th, 2020

You’re always better off having more picks than less picks,” DeCosta said. With a trade up, you give up picks. So you better get a difference maker if you trade up.

How Baltimore Ravens neighbors John Harbaugh, Eric DeCosta might communicate before the draft

Friday, April 10th, 2020

During the coronavirus lockdown, Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh said he’s walked by general manager Eric DeCosta’s house every day. It’s not for businesses purposes. Rather, Harbaugh and his wife, Ingrid, pass by it when they take an afternoon stroll around their Baltimore County neighborhood.

Changes, potential absence of Yannick Ngakoue could set up Dawuane Smoot for a big opportunity

Thursday, April 9th, 2020

Simply put, it appears the Jags will need a different player to step up on the edge and he may be on the roster already. Dawuane Smoot will be entering his fourth and the final season on his rookie contract, and with the defensive end position seemingly wide-open aside from Josh Allen, the 25-year-old could make himself a lot of money if he plays well.

Ravens draft preview: At wide receiver, a deep and diverse class can offer something for everybody

Thursday, April 9th, 2020

Little is known about the Ravens’ draft plans at wide receiver except that they plan to select at least one. Like inside linebacker, it’s a position of urgent need. Rookies Marquise “Hollywood” Brown and Miles Boykin and second-year pro Jaleel Scott combined with veterans Willie Snead IV and Chris Moore last season for 1,148 receiving yards; 12 wide receivers around the NFL finished with more yardage in 2019.

Patrick Queen or Kenneth Murray? Baltimore Ravens GM scouts two of the draft’s top linebackers

Thursday, April 9th, 2020

What’s clear is this: The Ravens need to round out their thin linebacking corps somehow. And if they do decide to draft an inside linebacker in the first round April 23, most experts see two logical options: LSU’s Patrick Queen or Oklahoma’s Kenneth Murray. Ravens general manager Eric DeCosta offered high praise for both prospects on a conference call with reporters Thursday.

Ravens GM: Team Could Take Immediate Impact WR in 5th Round of 2020 NFL Draft

Thursday, April 9th, 2020

Baltimore Ravens general manager Eric DeCosta went so far as to say the fifth round could be fertile ground at the position. "I think it's just the amount of really good players in the draft at that position," he said, per Ravens beat writer Ryan Mink. "We think this year that there's a really good chance to get a guy that can probably be a starter for you in the fifth round of the draft."

Ravens Embracing The Pros And Cons Of Increased Technology

Thursday, April 9th, 2020

It’s a brave new world for the NFL and the Baltimore Ravens are adapting accordingly. Teams have been forced to change the way they do business because of restrictions with COVID-19, which is still wreaking havoc across the world. While many professional leagues, such as the NHL and NBA, are trying to salvage something financially, the NFL has managed to keep its business going despite the widespread restrictions on travel and large gatherings.