How Many Running Backs Do The Ravens Really Need?The Ravens signed Trent Richardson and drafted Kenneth Dixon from Louisiana Tech in the fourth round. So, in total, the Ravens now have six running backs, a position which a team usually only has three, maybe four, players.
Ravens Officially Sign More Than Half Of Their Draft PicksThe Ravens have already signed six draft picks before rookie minicamp opens this afternoon.
Charles Davis On The Ravens Draft PicksCharles Davis is an analyst for the NFL Network and the lead college football analyst for Fox Sports and today he checked in with Norris and Davis to talk Ravens draft picks.
The Norris & Davis Show Best Of - Week Of May 7thThe Norris & Davis Show Best Of - Week Of May 7th.
Ravens Knew They Wanted Correa After Just 15 MinutesThe Ravens were impressed by Correa's intensity during the interview.
Secretary Of Navy 'Confident' In Reynolds Playing For RavensWhile he still has commitments to the Navy, it appears that quarterback turned WR Keenan Reynolds will get the chance to play with the Baltimore Ravens, who drafted him in the sixth round of the NFL draft.
Alex Lewis Was Drafted By The Ravens While Grocery ShoppingThe Ravens drafted a lineman while he was at the grocery store.
Steve Palazzolo On How They Grade NFL DraftsSenior Analyst at Pro Football Focus Steve Palazzolo gave the Baltimore Ravens a B+ for their draft.
Jeremy Conn: Stop Criticizing The Draft Until You See Them Play"It's OK to criticize and to have players you like, but when people call this draft class a bust and take shots at the team for the players Ozzie selected when we haven't even seen them play a down is absurd."
Former Raven Brad Jackson On The Ravens' Draft PicksKen and Steve spoke with Brad Jackson, a former linebacker for the Baltimore Ravens from 1999-2001, about the eleven picks for the team in the NFL Draft.
Holmes: Should The Ravens Trade For QB Mike Glennon?The Baltimore Ravens experienced their first dose of reality without Joe Flacco starting at quarterback in the latter part of the 2015-16 season.
Mike Preston Is Not A Fan Of The Ravens Draft Picks"He drafted like this team was 13-3, instead of 5-11. You're supposed to go out and get some impact players and these players seem more like projects. So maybe down the road this turns out well for the Ravens, but when you're 5-11, you need to look at what to do for next year," Preston continued.

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