Posts Tagged ‘Baltimore Ravens’

Ravens GM Eric DeCosta on possibly extending Mark Andrews, Orlando Brown Jr.

Tuesday, January 26th, 2021

The Ravens general manager discussed where the Ravens stood with tight end Mark Andrews and offensive tackle Orlando Brown Jr.

Ravens coach John Harbaugh isn’t going to beg WRs to play for Baltimore

Tuesday, January 26th, 2021

The Baltimore Ravens once again need help at wide receiver but don't go expecting coach John Harbaugh to beg anyone to join his team.

Mel Kiper’s 1st mock draft has Ravens picking top WR in 2021 NFL draft

Tuesday, January 26th, 2021

The Baltimore Ravens remedy their weakest position in Mel Kiper's first mock draft, selecting LSU wide receiver Terrace Marshall Jr.

Ravens News 1/26: DeCosta speaks and more

Tuesday, January 26th, 2021

A proven playmaker on the outside is the missing piece for an offense that ranked No. in rushing but No. in passing.

For Ravens GM Eric DeCosta, improvements start with an identity: ‘We’re a running team’

Tuesday, January 26th, 2021

It’s why DeCosta and Harbaugh are hopeful Jackson will sign a long-term extension this offseason or next. With the Kansas City Chiefs’ Patrick Mahomes and Houston Texans’ Deshaun Watson making $45 million and $39 million annually, respectively, it won’t be cheap. But the price of a starting quarterback rises every year, and DeCosta said Jackson, through his NFL Most Valuable Player highs and postseason lows, “certainly deserves” a new contract.

Eric DeCosta says Ravens aren’t focused on trying to acquire a No. 1 receiver

Monday, January 25th, 2021

As the Baltimore Ravens try to find the right levers to pull to allow them to advance deeper into the playoffs in future seasons, General Manager Eric DeCosta says finding a top-tier wide receiver for their offense isn’t a clear-cut, top of the wish list item for their team. The Ravens Offense with Lamar Jackson [more]

Ravens GM DeCosta initiates roster overhaul with key cuts

Monday, January 25th, 2021

Moore handled the job efficiently in a December game against Pittsburgh when Cox was on the reserve/COVID-19 list. It's almost the circle of life at times, and you have to continue to get younger as a team," DeCosta said. Although it was very, very difficult to move on from Morgan, it was probably something we needed to do long term.

No snap decision on Bradley Bozeman’s 2021 position

Monday, January 25th, 2021

Bradley’s played center, but we’ll play who we think should play at that position. We do have some other guys that can play the position. We had a couple of games this year where we didn’t snap the ball very well.

As noise builds for Ravens to pursue No. 1 receiver, GM Eric DeCosta remains bullish on young pass-catchers

Monday, January 25th, 2021

I thought the young guys emerged and played pretty well,” DeCosta said at his season-ending news conference. Again, it’s not a traditional offense, so they’re being asked to do some different things. Blocking-wise, there is a more physical aspect to playing receiver for the Baltimore Ravens.

Ravens GM DeCosta initiates roster overhaul with key cuts

Monday, January 25th, 2021

Ravens general manager Eric DeCosta has already started making some of the tough decisions he believes can help Baltimore negotiate the leap from playoff qualifier to Super Bowl champion. After releasing running back Mark Ingram and quarterback Robert Griffin III last week, DeCosta announced Monday that the Ravens won't re-sign All-Pro long snapper Morgan Cox. The 34-year-old Cox was the initial component of a highly successful placekicking unit that includes holder Sam Koch and second-team All-Pro Justin Tucker, the most accurate field-goal kicker in NFL history.