Archive for the ‘Baltimore Ravens’ Category

In the Spotlight Broadcaster Chuck Clark retires after 49 years of connecting people to live local sports

Monday, May 10th, 2021

May 10—Chuck Sturiale, known for nearly 50 years by his on-air name of Chuck Clark, has retired from broadcasting sports, spinning records and interviewing people for Renda Broadcasting in Indiana County. Clark, who will be 68 years old in June, went to broadcasting school in 1972 in Wilkinsburg, where Pittsburgh Steelers play-by-play broadcaster Bill Hillgrove was one of his instructors. His ...

Is Rashod Bateman the Ravens’ true No. 1 wide receiver?

Sunday, May 9th, 2021

The Baltimore Ravens selected Rashod Bateman with the 27th overall pick in the 2021 NFL draft. Is he the No. 1 receiver in Baltimore?

Ravens ranked at No. 5 in Touchdown Wire’s post-draft power rankings

Sunday, May 9th, 2021

The Baltimore Ravens had a great 2021 NFL draft. Touchdown Wire ranks them at No. 5 in their post-draft power rankings

Watch: Ravens’ rookies react to getting drafted

Saturday, May 8th, 2021

The Baltimore Ravens selected eight great players in the 2021 draft. Watch the memorable moments that they shared with the organization

2021 NFL Draft Fantasy Football Fallout & Rookie Dynasty Rankings

Saturday, May 8th, 2021

Bateman will be a weapon in the red zone and on third down, but he’s just not going to get enough opportunities to find good fantasy value. Marquise Brown led the Ravens last season with 58 catches for 769 yards and 8 TDs. It’s hard to see Bateman do much more than that, especially since his YPC will be lower, and don’t forget that TE Mark Andrews is the real lead receiver on this team.

Ravens Want to Impose Their Will With Revamped Offensive Line

Saturday, May 8th, 2021

The Ravens got bigger and more physical with an overhauled offensive line this offseason. General manager Eric DeCosta knows that improving the beleaguered passing game starts with getting better upfront and protecting quarterback Lamar Jackson. I think one of the things we have to do is get better up front with pass protection," DeCosta said.

Who will be the odd man out in the Ravens’ wide receiver room?

Saturday, May 8th, 2021

During the early part of the 2021 offseason, it seemed like the Ravens were content or destined to do little at the wide receiver position. As high-octane free agent wideouts like Kenny Golladay, JuJu Smith-Schuster, and Corey Davis signed elsewhere, the Ravens sat on their hands and struck out — much to the dismay of a receiver-thirsty fanbase. They then signed Sammy Watkins to a modest one-year deal.

Realistic Year 1 expectations for the Ravens 2021 rookie draft class: Tylan Wallace

Saturday, May 8th, 2021

The former Oklahoma State Cowboy was not only the best player available when the Ravens were on the clock for the first time on Day 3, but some pundits also view him as one of the steals of the entire draft considering he was projected to go as high as the mid-second round and no further than the late third. The likelihood of Ravens General Manager Eric DeCosta drafting another wide receiver after taking Rashod Bateman with the first of his two picks in round one didn’t seem that high considerin...

Todd McShay mocks star OT to Ravens in early look at 2022 draft

Friday, May 7th, 2021

The Baltimore Ravens didn't select an offensive tackle in the 2021 draft for the Ravens, but Todd McShay mocked one to the team in 2022

Ravens used analytics to help guide parts of 2021 draft strategy

Friday, May 7th, 2021

The Baltimore Ravens rely heavily on analytics on the field, but they also used them off of the field as they prepared for the 2021 draft