The Ravens drafted offensive tackle Rick Wagner in 2013 with a fifth-round compensatory selection. He was a three-year starter for them before he departed last March to sign a lucrative free-agent deal with the Detroit Lions.
Less than a year later, the Ravens were compensated for his departure, but not in the way they had hoped.Read more
The Ravens certainly need to clear some salary cap space, but that doesn't mean they need to create big roster holes to do it.Read more
The 2014 draft pick has put on significant bulk and has been training with former NFL offensive lineman LeCharles Bentley.Read more
Landry was expected to be one of the top free-agent receivers available.Read more
An offensive tackle like his late father, the Oklahoma star is expected to be selected in the first round.Read more
The Ravens have no logical candidate for the franchise tag, but they could see three of the top free-agent receivers get tagged and kept off the open market.Read more