Western Kentucky guard Forrest Lamp is not only considered the top offensive lineman in this draft, but he is the most versatile, too.
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Steve Smith delivered a strong opinion on receivers the Ravens could take at No. 16 in the NFL draft, showing love for Corey Davis and John Ross.
Their position in the middle of the first round leaves the Ravens open to countless draft possibilities. Here are a few they're considering.
Deion Sanders leads a list of players who came out of retirement and had an impact with their team. Can Marshawn Lynch emulate their success?
In drafting a former D-III star turned projected first-rounder, the Ravens would fill a major need at right tackle.
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After losing Ricky Wagner to the Lions during the offseason, the Ravens have a significant hole to fill at right tackle. Scouts Inc. has two tackles (Utah's Garett Bolles and Alabama's Cam Robinson) with first-round grades in the draft.
There are several directions the Ravens could go in the upcoming draft. What position should they prioritize?
Receiver is the one position where Baltimore has drafted poorly, but that won't stop Ozzie Newsome from taking one this year if the fit is right.
There are plenty of directions for the Ravens to go in this year in the draft, but there's no denying that one of their needs is an offensive lineman.
Between age and injuries, Terrell Suggs might not sport a Ravens jersey for much longer. Luckily for Baltimore, Mathis is an edge rusher that compares to Suggs and may still be available in the mid-rounds.
Western Michigan's Corey Davis, one of the top receivers in the NFL draft, liked the feel of the Ravens during his visit with the team.
After taking the first offensive lineman in last year's draft, the Ravens again have been linked with the top prospects at that position.
Baltimore could trade down from No. 16 and draft a pass-rusher, because Terrell Suggs is turning 35 and Elvis Dumervil was cut this offseason.
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Former Western Michigan wide receiver Corey Davis told me he visited five teams: Titans, Eagles, Ravens, Browns and Cardinals. He met with 12 teams at the NFL combine. He told me his ankle is about 85 percent right now. Expects to be ready for training camp.
Joe Flacco will offer his opinion if asked but otherwise plans to leave those decisions up to the front offense.
GM Ozzie Newsome's ideal pick at No. 16 would be an offensive lineman that could anchor the Ravens' front for years to come.
The Ravens have some big needs including finally replacing the departed Steve Smith at wide receiver.
Ray Lewis, one of the best linebackers to ever play in the NFL, tops the list of the Ravens' best draft picks.
TJ Onwuanibe, an eighth-grader diagnosed with a rare form of brain cancer, is scheduled to announce the Ravens' first-round draft pick as part of the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Steve Saunders, the Ravens' new director of performance, has made quite an impression in his first season in charge of the training regimen.
With the 2017 schedules released, everyone has an opinion on how the Ravens will fare this season.
Arguably the best rivalry in football, Steelers versus Ravens in a game that should have playoff consequences is always worth watching.
Baltimore has plenty of reasons to smile after seeing the friendly opening and closing stretches of its 2017 schedule.
The Ravens open as slight underdogs in their Week 1 matchup with Cincy, but the good news is they're 6-3 in season openers under John Harbaugh.