- Few franchises may be better positioned to combine old-school scouting with new-age technologies than the Ravens.
- If Orlando Brown Jr. remains in Baltimore, the Ravens are set at offensive tackle. At guard and center, the depth chart is more uncertain.
- The Ravens need to add young talent to a defensive line that's well stocked for the short term. Can they find the right fit in a thin class of interior defenders led by Alabama's Christian Barmore?
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- It’s apparent that the persistent questions about the receivers have struck a nerve. Maybe the Ravens will finally go draft a good one.
- Here’s a look at which prospects experts and analysts predict the Ravens will select in the first round.
- The Ravens will have plenty of opportunities to select quality players at their positions of need, but don't expect them to go wild adding picks in next week's NFL draft.
- “I think at some point, hopefully, we’ll have some good news for everybody,” Eric DeCosta said of a potential deal with Lamar Jackson.
- When asked in March about the prospects of another offseason of virtual organized team activities, Harbaugh said it would be a “colossal mistake.”
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- While the Ravens continue to do their due diligence on pass-catching prospects with the NFL draft 10 days away, general manager Eric DeCosta remains bullish on the team’s current wideouts, even as many have soured on a group that was one of the least productive in the 2020 season.
- As free agency winds down and teams put the finishing touches on their big boards, it’s time for one last look at how the draft might play out.
- Last year, the Ravens’ offseason programs were all done virtually, and training camp was pushed back because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
- With the NFL draft fast approaching, a season of relative stability at safety has not silenced suggestions that the Ravens can do better.
- Amid a wave of COVID-19 cases, the Ravens didn’t allow more than 4,345 fans in attendance in any game last season.