The Ravens traded the 29th overall pick in the NFL draft to the Minnesota Vikings, a move that leaves Baltimore without a first-round selection for the second time in three years.
History could repeat itself for the Baltimore Ravens in the NFL draft. The last time the Ravens had the 29th overall pick, they selected guard Ben Grubbs in 2007.
Get ready for prime time in New York next Thursday night when the 3-day Hundred Yard Sale kicks off. It’s a made for TV event, complete with a green room, with NFL teams plotting their futures and young football players achieving their dreams.
It’s Friday. Time for another Draft Preview. This week we rank the QB’s.
These are some names to look for as Draft Day draws near.
Baltimore Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome has been extremely successful securing talent through the NFL draft over the past 16 years and one big reason is he rarely plays a pat hand.
Vinny Cerrato’s top 16.
Ozzie Newsome, Eric DeCosta and friends have added a couple of pieces to the Ravens toolbox. Using a formula that may be more closely guarded than the ingredients of Coca-Cola the NFL has awarded the Ravens a pair of compensatory picks for this years draft. And why is that you ask? Here’s where it gets a little muddy.
As Draft Day nears, I will begin highlighting my top 32 players and the teams I project them to land with. As a quick primer, below are my top 5 players and where I expect them to be playing next year.
Aaron Wilson, Ravens correspondent for the Carroll County Times and National Football Post, talked about how the Ravens fared in the NFL Draft with Ken Weinman on The Football Fix.
Former Terps WR Torrey Smith spoke about being drafted by the Ravens with Ken Weinman and Vinny Cerrato on The Football Fix.
How did the Ravens do at the draft? We asked the experts.