Ravens Get Defensive In Draft, Select Alabama CB HumphreyThe Ravens entered the draft with plenty of needs — most notably wide receiver, pass rusher and cornerback.
Garceau: Booms And Busts For Ravens NFL Draft PicksI like the pick, but is Humphrey the right cornerback? It may take 3-4 years to answer that, but Ozzie Newsome is confident he got the right guy. "He was by far the best player," Newsome said.
Ravens Pick Marlon Humphrey In First Round Of NFL Draft The Baltimore Ravens have selected Alabama cornerback Marlon Humphrey with the 16th pick in the NFL draft.
Browns Take Garrett With Top Pick In NFL DraftTexas A&M defensive end Myles Garrett was the first choice by the Cleveland Browns.
5 Things To Watch For On Day 1 Of The NFL DraftWith the Cleveland Browns on the clock, let's take a look at some things to watch for tonight as the 2017 NFL Draft gets underway.
Ryan Mink Shares His Pick, The Ravens Outlook For The Draft & MoreRyan Mink from BaltimoreRavens.com joined Ed and Rob to talk about who the Ravens may select with the 16th pick tonight in the NFL Draft.
NFL Teams Announcing Day 3 Draft Picks From Grand Canyon, A Zoo, And Outer SpaceThe NFL has announced that a number of teams will be revealing their draft picks from some unbelievable locations.
Jeremy Conn: Top 5 Favorite Players In The NFL DraftHere are my Top 5 favorite players regardless of round or position.
T.J. Watt Ready To Write His Own Tale In NFLFairly or not, T.J. Watt will draw comparisons to his big brother when he gets to the pros.
Wayback Wednesday: Duane Starks Reflects On His Time With The Baltimore RavensFormer Ravens cornerback Duane Starks joined Ed and Rob for Wayback Wednesday to talk about being drafted to the Ravens and winning a Superbowl in Baltimore.
This Year's NFL Draft Crop Is Loaded On DefenseThat's going to be the area of concentration in this draft, in the first round and through much of the proceedings in Philadelphia. Indeed, the first half-dozen or so selections could come from that side of the ball.
Man Working On The NFL Draft Stage Falls, Is InjuredAuthorities say a man working on the stage for next week's NFL draft in Philadelphia was injured when he fell 30 feet from the roof.

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