NFL's 2018 Draft Could Move To TexasThe NFL is making moves. It was recently announced that the Pro Bowl will be moving locations and now the plans for the NFL Draft moving to a new city are under way.
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.
Ravens Knew They Wanted Correa After Just 15 MinutesThe Ravens were impressed by Correa's intensity during the interview.
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."
Holmes: Three Maryland Terps In Position To Succeed In NFLCornerback Sean Davis (pick 58), defensive end Yannick Ngakoue (pick 69), and defensive end Quinton Jefferson (pick 147) were the three Terrapins selected on Saturday.
Coleman: Are Ravens Opting For Depth Or Inventory?With 11 picks fulfilling all sorts of voids, were the Ravens going for depth or inventory?
Holmes: Ravens Appease Flacco With Weapons Of LateSigning speedy, yet troubled wide receiver Mike Wallace in free agency is certainly a nice start toward building the offense Flacco wants.
Steve Davis: Who Will The Ravens Pick?The Ravens will pick 6th tonight, their highest selection since 2000 when they grabbed Jamal Lewis at number 5. In recent years, they've picked so low in the first round, it really is just a guess since you had no idea who would drop.
Russ Lande With A Scouts Perspective On The NFL DraftRuss Lande joined Ed and Steve to talk about the NFL Draft from the perspective of a scout.
Maryland's Stone, Trimble, Carter Rank In Top 50 For Underclassmen NBA DraftCBS Sports ranked the 96 underclassman who have declared for the 2016 NBA Draft and three Maryland Terps; Diamond Stone, Melo Trimble and Robert Carter have all made the list in the Top 50.