The former Maryland assistant coaches who recruited and coached Darnell Savage Jr. saw qualities in him that led to his being picked No, 21 overall by the Green Bay Packers in the first round of the NFL draft Thursday.
Darnell Savage Jr.’s rise from a relatively unknown three-star high school prospect reached a once hard-to-imagine peak when the undersized but lightning-fast safety was picked in the first round of the 2019 NFL draft Thursday night.
Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti announced Friday at his annual news conference that Eric DeCosta will be replacing Ozzie Newsome as general manager at the end of next season, a move that probably stunned and paralyzed the fan base of Baltimore. But very little will change.
CBS Sports had me from the opening shot of its telecast of the Ravens win over the Green Bay Packers Sunday. An above-the-stadium shot perfectly captured that vast, cold, empty look of the late-November sky in the upper Midwest where I grew up. Seeing it set the perfect mood for watching the NFL.