Ravens Have Fewest Picks In Seven Years Heading Into 2017 DraftThe Baltimore Ravens will enter the 2017 NFL draft with the least amount of picks since 2010.
Ravens Earn Compensatory Third-Round Pick In 2017 NFL DraftBaltimore’s extra pick will be the 35th selection in the third round and 99th overall, which is tied for the highest compensatory pick in Ravens history.
Scott Wright Breaks Down The Options For The Ravens With The 16th Pick In The NFL DraftScott Wright of NFL Draft Countdown joined Ed and Rob to talk about some players the Ravens may select in the upcoming NFL draft.
Top 5 Reasons The Ravens Will Succeed In 2016The 2015 season was not kind to the Baltimore Ravens. A 5-11 finish was a huge disappointment for a team looking to return to the postseason. Fans and players alike are hoping that 2016 will be a much more successful campaign. Here are the Top 5 reasons why it will be:
Ravens WR Keenan Reynolds On Making The Transition To The NFLFormer Navy quarterback Keenan Reynolds talks about making the transition to wide receiver for the Ravens.
Best Of The Scott Garceau Show Week Of 05-06-16This weeks episode includes a Yankees-Orioles recap, Kentucky Derby preview with Dick Jerardi, Bubba from Bowie joins the show in studio and Jeremy translates an interview with Hyun Soo-Kim.
The Norris & Davis Show Best Of - Week Of May 7thThe Norris & Davis Show Best Of - Week Of May 7th.
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.
The Dallas Cowboys' Terrible DraftThe Dallas Cowboys picked Ohio State RB Ezekiel Elliot with the fourth pick of the NFL Draft. And things went downhill from there.
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.
Joe Hortiz Says Ravens Go For 'Total Package' PlayersJoe Hortiz, the Ravens’ director of college scouting, joined the Norris and Davis show to recap the busy NFL Draft weekend for the Baltimore Ravens.