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Baltimore has a history of drafting two tight ends in the same year, though they’ve typically had a veteran starter ahead of them. This year, the Ravens’ rookies should get plenty of opportunities.

When the Ravens drafted Hayden Hurst in the first round, Mark Andrews, sitting at home with his family, didn’t cross Baltimore off his list of possible destinations.

“The Ravens have always had a history of loving their tight ends, so it was never out of the picture for me,” Andrews later said.

Sure enough, in the third round, the Ravens selected Andrews with pick No. 86 overall. For the third time in the past nine years, Baltimore took tight ends in the same class.

“It’s exciting having Hayden and I on the table, and being able to work off each other is going to be a big thing,” Andrews said. “We’re going to be able to grow and compete with each other and have healthy competition where we’re able to grow as players.”

So how will the rookies complement each other?

The 6-foot-3, 250-pound Hurst is a jack-of-all-trades tight end. He’s a strong blocker and top-notch receiver, which allows Baltimore to use him in any situation to keep opponents guessing.

Hurst has the quickness, strength and toughness to be a top-notch receiver, especially over the middle and in picking up first downs. He can stretch the seam of opponent’s defenses while also doing a lot of the dirty work underneath.

“I think it’s a great fit,” Hurst said. “In our ‘12’ personnel, we get in there, we kind of work off each other and feed off each other’s energy. I’m excited to get out there and play with him.”

Andrews, meanwhile, is currently more of a big-bodied wide receiver since he mostly lined up wide in Oklahoma’s spread offens Toronto Blue Jays Custom Jersey e, where he caught 22 touchdowns in three seasons. If the Ravens are looking for a big target in the red zone, Andrews is the guy.

St Blue Jays Custom Jersey Cheap anding in at 6-foot-4, 256 pounds, he has the size to be a blocker, and said he intends to work diligently at that part of his game, but he’s likely going to be asked to do more as a pass-catcher than people-mover at this time.

“Hayden is an extremely aggressive player,” Andrews said. “I think we can work off each other and use our strengths and whatnot. … It’s going to be Custom Blue Jay Jersey tough on defenses to be able to game-plan for us.”

The rookie tight ends should get more offensive opportunities than their predecessors. Williams set the franchise record for most receiving yards (268) by a tight end in his rookie season. Hurst or Andrews could break that mark.

When Todd Heap (first round) was drafted in 2001, he was behind Shannon Sharpe. When Ed Dickson (third round) and Dennis Pitta (fourth round) arrived in 2010, they studied from Heap for a year. When Maxx Williams (second round) and Nick Boyle (fifth round) came in 2015, Crockett Gillmore led the way.

With the departure of Benjamin Watson in free agency, the Ravens have a lot of opportunities for receiving tight ends. Watson led Baltimore in receptions (61) Men’s Customized Toronto Blue Jays Majestic Flexbase Authentic Alternate Royal Blue Jersey  last year and saw the second-most targets (79). Boyle caught 28 passes for 203 yards and Williams caught 15 for 86 yards.

It’s only been a few days and they’re still in shorts, but Hurst and Andrews made a good first impression at Ravens rookie minicamp.

Head Coach John Harbaugh said the first thing that stuck out to him about his rookie tight ends were their “excellent” hands. He also noticed their very good body control to get in and out of breaks and shield off defenders. He liked their feel for coverage.

The other big thing that Harbaugh pointed to is their willingness to learn. They know they could have a big role together this season.

“They’re the kind of guys that want to know everything,” Harbaugh said. “They want to know every answer, they want to know every detail of every play, sometimes to the point where you just want to say, ‘Hey! Just play fast. You’re not going to know everything right now.’ But they’re conscientious guys that way.”

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Last year’s 16-game starter will likely be replaced by  Kevin Pillar Jersey James Hurst or Orlando Brown Jr. The Colts’ signing does not affect compensatory picks.

The Indianapolis Colts are signing free-agent offensive tackle Ryan Howard, according to the NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo.

Howard started all 16 games at right tac Women’s Toronto Blue Jays Kevin Pillar Majestic Scarlet Fashion Canada Day Red Flex Base Authentic Jersey kle for the Ravens last season. He was a solid blocker, especially in pass protection. He was graded as the league’s 18th-best right tackle by Pro Football Focus.

The Ravens part Kevin Pillar Jersey For Sale ed ways with Howard after one season, however, when they didn’t pick up his option.

Baltimore already re-signed James Hurst and has Alex Lewis r Kevin Pillar Canada Day Jersey eturning. The Ravens further solidified their tackle position by drafting Orlando Brown Jr. in the third round and developmental tackle Greg Senat in the sixth.

Hurst and Brown are considered the frontrunners to replace Howard this season, as Head Coach John Harbaugh said he would prefer to use Lewis at left guard next to Ronnie Stanley.

Howard’s signing does not affect the compensatory pick formula for 2019 since Tuesday’s unrestricted free-agent deadline passed.

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Mark Andrews: Type-1 Diabetes Won’t Be a Prob Kevin Pillar Blue Jays Jersey lem in NFL

Ravens tight end Mark Andrews was diagnosed with Type-1 diabetes when he was 9 years old. He had a s Kevin Pillar Canada Day Jersey care while in college, but has never had an issue while playing sports.

On September 25, 2014, Mark Andrews had his life saved by a team Kevin Pillar Jersey mate.

That afternoon, Oklahoma long snapper Wesley Horky found his roommate on his bed, his eyes fixated straight ahead, yet his massive body totally motionless.

Andrews has Type-1 diabetes, which is a genetic disorder in which the body does not produce insulin on its own. Andrews manages it like clockwork, making sure he gets enough sugar in his body to make sure his glucose levels don’t spike or drop.

But nobody knows what happened that day, as Andrews and Horky told Bleacher Report.

By the time paramedics arrived at Andrews’ dorm room, he had started to come to. Thanks to quick thinking by Andrews’ mom, Martha, Horky stuffed fruit chews into his mouth and it worked.

The whole episode was rattling, but not something that Andrews or the Ravens are worried about moving forward. Andrews was diagnosed when he was 9. He’s been dealing with it for more than a decade.

“I’ve never had it affect me during football and sports, so it’s never been a problem,” Andrews said.

“It’s something that I take extremely good care of myself; I’m very diligent about it. It’s not a problem – it’s just something I always have to be aware of. I always take care of my body, and that’s something always at the front of my mind.”

Andrews reportedly wears an insulin pump on his right hip and only takes it off when he’s playing football. As a  Youth Toronto Blue Jays Kevin Pillar Majestic Scarlet Fashion Canada Day Red Flex Base Authentic Jersey kid, he often checked his levels while on the bench. In Baltimore, Andrews will have all the dietary needs and staff needed at his fingertips.

Andrews said some teams asked leading up to the draft about the condition, just wondering how he dealt with it. The Ravens weren’t concerned. Head Coach John Harbaugh said it was never brought up in draft meetings.

“Maybe I wasn’t paying attention when it got brought up,” he said with a chuckle. “It wasn’t something that factored into to our consideration at all.”

The diagnosis didn’t stop Andrews from doing anything he wanted in football – and doing it well. Andrews scored seven touchdowns as a freshman at Oklahoma one year after his dorm room incident. He won the John Mackey Award (nation’s best college tight end) after posting 62 catches for 958 yards and eight touchdowns as a junior.

Standing it at 6-foot-5, 256 pounds, Andrews has the size of a tight end but the skillset of a wide receiver. He’s smooth, has a knack for getting open, makes contested catches and grabs everything that comes his way, and he showed that during rookie minicamp.

Andrews’ first NFL practice Friday was during an unseasonably hot May day that got into the mid-90s. It was a long, high-tempo practice, and Andrews got through it fine.

“I almost get an Oklahoma-vibe being out here,” Andrews said. “They love to work hard. You have to work for everything, and that’s how it was at Oklahoma. It’s kind of like coming home to me.”

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Baltimore has added wide receiver Janarion Grant (Rutgers) and defensive end Kevin Pillar Canada Day Jersey  Myles Humphrey (Shepherd). The Ravens waived fullback Ricky Ortiz and undrafted linebacker Mason McKenrick.

The Ravens liked what they saw from a couple tryout players at this weekend’s rookie minicamp.

Baltimore signed wide receiver Janarion Grant (Rutgers) and defensive end Myles Humphrey (Shephard) to its 90-man roster Monday.

Grant was a dynamic return specialist in college and could increase competition at that spot this summer as Baltimore looks to replace Michael Campanaro. The Ravens’ current top options are Chris Moore and Tim Whit Kevin Pillar Jersey For Sale e. Willie Snead could potentially enter the mix t Kevin Pillar Jersey Cheap oo.

Grant scored eight return touchdow Women’s Toronto Blue Jays Kevin Pillar Majestic Scarlet Fashion Canada Day Red Flex Base Authentic Jersey ns (five on kickoffs, three punts) during his five college seasons. He averaged 24.8 yards per kick return and 11.3 per punt return.

After three big seasons to begin his college career, injuries derailed Grant in his final two years, in which he played a combined 11 games. Last season, he played in seven games, made 22 returns and caught just 16 passes for 167 yards and a touchdown. He also rushed for one touchdown.

The 5-foot-10, 174-pound speedster still finished third in program history in all-purpose yards (4,851), first in kickoff-return yards (2,857) and fourth in punt-return yards (588). He was one of the top playmakers in program history.

Humphrey was the 2017 Mountain East Conference Defensive Player of the Year after leading the league in sacks (11.5) and forced fumbles (four). He was fourth in the league in tackles for loss (18). He stands in at 6-foot-2, 245 pounds.

The Ravens didn’t draft any pass rushers this year after grabbing two (Tyus Bowser and Tim Williams) last year, but Baltimore is always on the hunt for more players to get after quarterbacks and Humphrey will compete for a spot.

The Ravens waived fullback Ricky Ortiz, who spent much of last year on the practice squad, and undrafted linebacker Mason McKenrick (John Carroll) to make room on the roster.

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Ozzie Newsome: You May Be Surprised at Who We Pick — If We Pick at 1 Ryan Tepera Jersey 6

The Ravens haven’t traded their first-round pick since 2012, but General Manager Ozzie Newsome  Custom Blue Jays Jersey said that he could be on the move this year.

Ozzie Newsome is no stranger to maneuvering around the board on draft weekend.

He’s m Ryan Tepera Jersey ade plenty of draft-day trades during his 22-year run heading up Baltimore’s personnel department, and he’ll once again consider trade options as he heads into his final draft as general manager.

“You may be surprised at who we pick at No. 16 – if we pick at 16,” Newsome said Wednesday during the pre-draft press conference.

While Newsome has made some big first-round trades in his career – most notably in 2008 when he moved back from No. 8 to No. 26, and then up to No. 18 to take quarterback Joe Flacco – the Ravens have stayed put in recent years. The last time he dealt a first-round pick was in 2012 when the Ravens traded back into the second round and ended up taking outside linebacker Courtney Upshaw with the No. 35 pick.

Newsome reminded reporters that he has come close to making first-round trades in recent years, and the Ravens nearly traded both up and then back last draft.

“It could go either way,” Newsome said about this year.

The Ravens are Women’s Personalized Toronto Blue Jays Majestic Flexbase Authentic Home White Baseball Jersey  in an intriguing spot in the middle of the first round. A perception exists that it will be tough to move back because there is not a big discrepancy in the quality of players available at No. 16 compared to later in the first round.

But Assistant General Manager Eric DeCosta doesn’t necessarily buy that logic.

“You can trade picks anywhere in the first round because there’s an emotional aspect to it,” he said. “Teams trade up for a guy, trade back for a guy, it doesn’t really matter where the other team is. If you have a specific player that you want, you just come up and get him. We’ve made some of those trades where we’ve gone from the 20s up to 15, 16, over the years. Also, there have been a lot of trades where we’ve traded back as well.”

What will lik Yangervis Solarte Jersey ely dictate Baltimore’s trade options is the quarterback market. This year’s quarterback class is considered one of the best overall groups in recent years, and teams often reach up the board to get their desired signal callers.

Sam Darnold, Josh Rosen, Josh Allen, Baker Mayfield and Lamar Jackson could all come off the board before the Ravens are on the clock, but if one of them is available, then that could prompt a call from a quarterback-hungry team looking to move up the board.

“We’re right there in that sweet spot at 16 where we might get a great player, or we might get a lot of action of other teams wanting to come up,” DeCosta said. “We may have a chance to go up and get a great player. There are all of these different combinations.”

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Ozzie Newsome’s Feelings as Ryan Tepera Jersey He Approaches His Final Draft as GM

Ravens General Manager Ozzie Newsome has made the final call on every pick since 1996. Now he approaches his final draft knowing he has to nail it to turn Baltimore around.

For the past 22 years, Ozzie Newsome has gotten the same butterflies in his stomach each time he’s preparing to make the Yangervis Solarte Jersey Ravens’ first-round pick.

It’s the same feeling, he said, that he got when he was running out of the tunnel for the first time as an NFL tight end in 1978.

Now, as Newsome approaches his 23rd and final draft as general manager of the Baltimore Ravens, he doesn’t expect anything different.

“What’s going to occur a year from now is not in my thought process,” Newsome said Wednesday. “It’s just making this the best draft this year; that’s been my focus.”

Really, no different emotions?

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“No, no, no,” he said. “It’s all about the preparation.”

Newsome has been the final decision-maker in Baltimore since the franchise’s birth in 1996. As Assistant General Manager Eric DeCosta (the man who will take over next year) said, Newsome is now widely considered one of the NFL’s best general managers of all-time.

Newsome kicked off his record by selecting a pair of Hall of Famers, Jonathan Ogden and Ray Lewis. He likely has two more in the pipeline with Ed Reed and Terrell Suggs. Newsome has drafted Ryan Tepera Jersey 23 players that went to a Pro Bowl and added more as undrafted free agents.

He said the strategy hasn’t changed all that much since the beginning. The Ravens still stand by their best-player-available approach, especially in the first round, and eschew picking players based on need. Newsome’s s Women’s Personalized Toronto Blue Jays Majestic Flexbase Authentic Home White Baseball Jersey trengths of patience, listening and building consensus among scouts and coaches will always be the pillars he stands on.

What will change next year is who makes the final decision. That’s what Newsome said has been the most exciting part of the job, ever since the beginning.

“All the work is done and then you have this moment when you have to pull the trigger. You have to go and perform. I enjoy that aspect of it just like I enjoyed competing on the field,” Newsome said.

“You’re still competing with 31 other clubs on getting it right. The same enthusiasm, the same fear that I had coming out of that tunnel, I have it on Thursday nights [during the first round of the draft].”

Who gets the credit for “getting it right” doesn’t matter all that much to Newsome. What he does care about, is that the Ravens haven’t gotten it right often enough in recent years. That is what Newsome is focused o Men’s Toronto Blue Jays Majestic Authentic 26 Yangervis Solarte Alternate Royal Blue Flexbase Jersey n right now.

The Ravens have drafted just one player since 2009 (linebacker C.J. Mosley in 2014) that has gone to a Pro Bowl while wearing purple and black. Baltimore didn’t get or hasn’t gotten much out of its top picks in 2010 (Sergio Kindle), 2013 (Matt Elam) and 2015 (Breshad Perriman). There have been a fair number of Day 2 draft misses as well.

Newsome said there’s “no doubt” misses have played a role in why Baltimore hasn’t reached the playoffs in three straight years and advanced once since winning the franchise’s second Super Bowl five years ago.

“When we were having success, we were getting all the credit,” Newsome said. “Then we haven’t had success, I need to take all the blame. It falls right on me.

“John and his staff do an unbelievable job, but we have to do a better job of bringing in players. Whether Steve Pearce Jersey  that’s through the draft, free agency or trades, we have to do better and that will help them to do better.”

T Custom Texas Rangers Jersey op Questions for Ravens’ 2018 Pre-Draft Press Conference

Ozzie Newsome, John Harbaugh, Eric DeCosta and Joe Hortiz will all address the media Wednesday morning to discuss the upcoming draft.

The Ravens will hold their annual pre-draft luncheon Wednesday.

General Manager Ozzie Newsome, Assistant General Manager Eric DeCosta, Head Coa Customized Texas Rangers Jersey ch John Harbaugh and Director of College Scouting Joe Hortiz will shed some light on the Ravens’ plans heading into the NFL Draft.

The press conference gets started at 11:45 a.m., and it will be live streamed on the Ravens app, website and Facebook page.

Here are some of the top questions likely to be addressed during the presser:

What do the Ravens think of this year’s receiving class?

The Ravens are looking to add pass catchers in this year’s draft. They’ve already addressed the position in free agency by signing Michael Crabtree and John Brown, but they’re still in the market for young receivers. Alabama’s Calvin Ridley and Maryland’s D.J. Moore have dominated most of the headlines during the pre-draft process, and Baltimore’s leadership group will certainly get asked about this year’s crop of receivers.

Is adding a quarterback a priority?

Baltimore’s only quarterbacks under contract right now are Joe Flacco and Josh Woodrum. They will add another quarterback at some point, but it’s not a guarantee that it happens in the draft customized Washington Nationals jersey. Harbaugh told reporters last week that Woodrum will get a chance to win the job, and Owner Steve Bisciotti said earlier in the offseason that the Ravens have “bigger fish to fry” than finding Flacco’s eventual successor in this year’s draft. But DeCosta also said on “The Lounge” podcast that the Ravens will take a quarterback at any point if the right player is there. Is finding another quarterback to compete for the backup job a priority in this year’s draft?

Will the Ravens put more of an emphasis on offense?

The Ravens came into the offseason with the clear priority to upgrade the offense. They’ve spent major draft capital on the defense in recent years, including when they selected four-straight defenders to open last year’s draft. DeCosta joked that he might be out of a job if the Ravens took four-straight defensive players again this year, but it’s unknown if the pendulum will swing completely the other direction to address the offense.

Are the Ravens looking to trade?

Newsome is no stranger to maneuvering around the board on draft weekend, but he’s stayed put in recent years. The Ravens haven’t traded their first-round pick since 2012 when they moved out of the first round and selected outside linebacker Courtney Upshaw in the second round. Although, Newsome admitted he’s tried to move up in recent drafts but couldn’t find a willing partner. Will the trend change this year? This year’s draft is considered deep at receiver and tight end, but those positions don’t have the top-end talent compared to some other drafts. That could lead Newsome to try to slide back in the first round to acquire additional draft capital. But the Ravens are also determined to put themselve Authentic Women’s Personalized Washington Nationals Home White Baseball Jersey s back in position to get into the playoffs, so they could become more aggressive to trade up for a difference maker.

What will be different behind-the-scenes?

This draft is unique for the Ravens because it’s Newsome’s final one as the general manager. DeCosta will assume that role next year and Newsome will move into a new position within the custom nationals jersey organization. Will Newsome look to finish his decorated tenure with a bang? Will DeCosta take on additional responsibilities this year? DeCosta has already been heavily involved in the draft process for several years, so there may not be much that changes behind-the-scenes this year on draft weekend.

Are there updates in free agency or contract negotiations?

The draft is the focus of the press conference, but Newsome will likely get some questions about free agency. The Ravens have reportedly pursued additional receivers like Willie Snead and Cameron Meredith, but they haven’t made any moves since signing Crabtree on March 16. Newsome doesn’t like to take negotiations public, but he may give an indication about whether the Ravens plan to wait until after the draft to continue adding veterans. Linebacker C.J. Mosley’s contract negotiations may also come up, as the Ravens would like to reach a long-term deal with the Pro Bowler.

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The Alabama product is regarded by many analysts as the draft’s top receiver, but his stock has taken a hit since the NFL Scouting Combine.

Calvin Ridley is widely regarded as the custom Nationals jersey top receiver prospect in this year’s draft.

But that doesn’t necessarily mean he’ll come off the board early.

ESPN’s draft analyst Mel Kiper said that Ridley is more likely to get drafted late in the first round, and that the Ravens should go a different direction even if he’s on the board at No. 16.

“I just don’t see Ridley anymore as a top 10-15 guy,” Kiper said. “Remember, they were talking about No. 8 to Chicago, maybe to Arizona at 15, Baltimore at 16 – it wouldn’t be a surprise if he went in the middle of the first, but I’m thinking more in that 20-32 range.”

Ridley’s draft stock has seemed to take a hit in the last few weeks. He was once regarded as a player who may not make it to the Ravens in the middle of the first round, but an underwhelming performance at the NFL Scouting Combine has draft analysts pointing out the holes in his resume.

He was a middle-of-the-road performer in many of the Combine drills, raising questions about his explosiveness. He also has a small frame, measuring in a 6-foot-0 and 189 pounds.

Ridley’s Combine showing has been contrasted with Maryland receiver D.J. Moore’s performance, which firmly put him in the first-round conversation. Moore had the best broad jump of any receiver, and was among Customized Texas Rangers Jersey  the three best receivers in the vertical jump, 20-yard shuttle and 60-yard shuttle.

That showing, plus a stellar workout at Maryland’s pro day that had scouts “giddy,” has Kiper questioning whether Moore is actually the  Custom Texas Rangers Jersey better NFL prospect.

“They’re vying for the top spot at wide receiver,” Kiper said.

Kiper partially attributed the hit Ridley has taken to the fact that he’s an underclassmen. He declared for the NFL Draft after his  Authentic Women’s Personalized Washington Nationals Home White Baseball Jersey junior season, and Kiper said that underclassmen’s stock typically takes a bigger hit if they don’t test as well during the pre-draft process.

Ridley also didn’t have the best junior season. He caught 63 passes for 967 yards and five touchdowns, which was a step back fr Women’s Authentic Custom Texas Rangers Home White Baseball Stitched Jersey om what he did as a freshman in 2015 when he put up 1,045 receiving yards on 89 catches.

Ridley didn’t have a big-time NFL prospect throwing him passes the last two years, but Kiper pointed out that Moore caught passes from four different quarterbacks last year and still had 80 catches for 1,033 yards.

“Ridley didn’t compare to D.J. Moore, numbers wise, and you say, ‘OK, what if Moore had been at Alabama?’ That’s what you always have customized Washington Nationals jersey to do,” Kiper said. “Put him at Alabama and say, ‘What would he have been doing?’”

Kiper does expect Ridley and Moore to both get drafted in the first round, and they could be targets for the Ravens if they trade back. Even though Ridley’s game is getting picked apart now, he has the skills to develop into a playmaker at the NFL level, and the Ravens are still in the market to upgrade their receiving corps.

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The Ravens will begin the voluntary conditioning program in two weeks and ma Customized Texas Rangers Jersey ndatory minicamp will take place in mid-June.

Ravens players will be back at the Under A Women’s Authentic Custom Texas Rangers Home White Baseball Stitched Jersey rmour Performance Center in two weeks.

The NFL customized Washington Nationals jersey announced the dates for every team’s offseason workout schedule, and the Ravens will begin the voluntary conditioning program on Monday, April 16.

The first portion of the offseason program, which lasts two weeks, includes work in the weight room and the classroom. Coaches are not allowed to lead players through any on-field football drills during this time.

The intensity picks up during the 10 days of Organized Team Activities (OTAs), which will take place on the following days:

May 21-22, 24
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The Ravens will then have their three-day mandatory minicamp on June 12-14. This is the final piece of the offseason program where teams are allowed to go through full non-padded practices.

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2018 Ravens Mock D Custom Texas Rangers Jersey raft Monitor 5.0

With the first wave of free agency in the rearview mirror, draft analysts don’t feel like wide receiver is as big of a need for the Ravens. Calvin Ridley is still a popular projection, but so are several offensive linemen.

Free agency has changed the landscape in terms customized Washington Nationals jersey of Baltimore’s most pressing needs.

The Ravens filled some holes at wide receiver by signing Michael Crabtree and Smokey Brown, but new needs have emerged. Center Ryan Jensen left via free agency and the Ravens opted not to exercise the 2018 option on right tackle Austin Howard’s contract.

Baltimore could still draft pieces at receiver, pass Men’s Customized Texas Rangers Authentic Alternate Navy Blue Jersey Sale -catching tight end, right tackle, center, inside linebacker or another wild-card position.

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Mel Kiper, ESPN
OT Mike McGlinchey, Notre Dame
Senior; 6-foot-8, 315 pounds
“McGlinchey is a plug-and-play right tackle who would be playing on the same line as his college teammate Ronnie Stanley. McGlinchey played on the right side for Notre Dame two years ago, and he was dominant. Then he took Stanley’s spot at left tackle – and was dominant. This move also would allow Baltimore to keep Alex  Authentic Women’s Personalized Washington Nationals Home White Baseball Jersey Lewis at guard instead of trying him at right tackle. Lewis also could move to center to replace Ryan Jensen.”

Peter Schrager, NFL Network
WR Calvin Ridley, Alabama
2017: 63 receptions, 967 yards, 5 touchdowns
Junior; 6-foot-1, 190 pounds
“If this is in fact Ozzie Newsome’s last year running the Ravens’ draft, the best Alabama receiver since Amari Cooper is a strong bet to come off the board at No. 16. I know the Ravens added Michael Crabtree. I don’t think they’re done with improving the strength of the position.”

Lance Zierlein, NFL Network
OT Kolton Miller, UCLA
Junior; 6-foot-9, 310 pounds
“With the Ravens adding enough custom Rangers jersey talent at WR in free agency to pass on that position in the first round, GM Ozzie Newsome grabs a tackle for the right side of the line.”

Bucky Brooks, NFL Network
OT Orlando Brown, Oklahoma
Senior; 6-foot-8, 345 pounds
Despite a historically poor performance at the NFL Scouting Combine, Brown comes off the board as a first-round selection for his late father’s former team as Ozzie Newsome values film study over workout numbers.”

R.J. White, CBS Sports
LB Tremaine Edmunds, Virginia Tech
Junior; 6-foot-5, 236 pounds
2017: 108 tackles, 14 tackles for loss, 5.5 sacks, 2 passes defensed, 3 forced fumbles
“The Ravens get a great value here in Edmunds, who doesn’t turn 20 until after the draft and has as much upside as any prospect this year. He’s scheme versatile and should be an interesting chess piece for the Ravens defense, someone who can line up next to C.J. Mosley inside or potentially be groomed to take over for Terrell Suggs down the road.”

Jared Dubin, CBS Sports
WR Calvin Ridley, Alabama
“Baltimore signed John Brown and Michael Crabtree, but their wide receiver depth chart is still ugly – especially considering Brown’s incessant injury issues. Flooding the market at one position in hopes of hitting big once or twice worked for th Customized Texas Rangers Jersey e Eagles last year, and it could work for the Ravens as well. Ridley didn’t test all that well at the combine, but he was incredibly successful at Alabama and could step in and produce right away for an offense that needs so much help at such an important position.”

Matt Miller, Bleacher Report

WR Calvin Ridley, Alabama
“Here’s one that seems to show up in every mock draft I do. Calvin Ridley makes too much sense for the Baltimore Ravens. Even if you ignore the obvious Alabama connections to general manager and Crimson Tide alum Ozzie Newsome, Ridley still fills the team’s most obvious need: receiver. Even after adding veteran Michael Crabtree and the explosive but oft-injured John Brown, the Ravens’ wide receiver depth chart is bare and lacking in long-term answers. Ridley’s smooth route running and natural ability as a catcher will make him a perfect possession-style receiver to pair with Brown’s deep speed in the short to intermediate game.”

Vinnie Iyer, Sporting News
OLB Marcus Davenport, Texas-San Antonio
Senior; 6-foot-6, 264 pounds
2017: 55 tackles, 17.5 for loss, 8.5 sacks, 3 forced fumbles
“The Ravens will be thinking about wide receiver and offensive line with this pick, but like Packers, they could use some rebooting in their 3-4 with Wink Martindale taking over the scheme and Terrell Suggs turning 36 in October. Davenport can turn into a Suggs-like dynamo while learning from the veteran in a situational role at first.”

Dan Kadar, SB Nation
OT Mike McGlinchey, Notre Dame
“The preference for Baltimore would probably be to see Ridley still available with this choice. If he’s not, Baltimore could be choosing between Maryland wide receiver D.J. Moore and whomever they view as being the top offensive tackle in the draft. McGlinchey is a nice fit because he has experience on the right side, and he’s ready to start as a rookie.”

Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com
WR Calvin Ridley, Alabama

“Despite using multiple draft picks and investing in free agents, the Ravens’ receiving corps essentially remains a black hole for production with Baltimore ranking last (and by a significant margin) with just 5.7 yards per passing attempt in 2017. Filling a position of need with one last pick from his alma mater might be the perfect send-off for retiring General Manager Ozzie Newsome.”

Dane Brugler, The Sports Xchange
C James Daniels, Iowa
Junior, 6-foot-3, 295 pounds
With Ryan Jensen signing a lucrative custom Nationals jersey deal with the Buccaneers, the Ravens’ center position is a question mark. Matt Skura likely gets first crack at the job, but Daniels would be an upgrade at the position and provide immediate interior line depth.”

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