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: 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.
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.
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.
Coleman: Are Ravens Opting For Depth Or Inventory?With 11 picks fulfilling all sorts of voids, were the Ravens going for depth or inventory?
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.
Steve Davis: Grading The Ravens DraftLet's face it, there is no way to know how the guys in the 3rd round or later will turn out.
Former NFL Scout Dan Shonka Reviews The Performance By The Ravens In The NFL DraftDan Shonka is a former NFL scout who now works for Ourlads.com covering the NFL Draft and college football.
Ravens Snag Navy QB During Busy Day At NFL DraftThe Baltimore Ravens addressed several needs in the NFL draft before making an emotional selection that brought tears to owner Steve Bisciotti.
Ravens Rack Up Five Picks In Fourth RoundWith the most picks of any team, the Ravens racked up five new players in the fourth round of the NFL Draft.
Ravens Trade Twice For Correa In 2nd Round, Kaufusi In 3rdThe Baltimore Ravens made a pair of trades in the second round of the NFL draft before finally taking Boise State linebacker Kamalei Correa with the 42nd overall pick Friday night.