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Veteran Terrell Suggs talks about the rookie class, his NFL future, favorite memories and more during an teleconf Russell Martin Canada Day Jersey erence with season-ticket holders.

It was Terrell Suggs unplugged Tuesday night as the Ravens’ veteran linebacker took questions from PSL season-ticket holders Tuesday night for nearly an hour.

Suggs is always entertaining, insightful and smart – both on gamedays and just in general conversation.

Here are some of the top takeaways from the Q&A:

On what he would say if he could go back in time and talk TO his rookie self:

“Pay attention. Do not take for granted the people that are in this Josh Donaldson Canada Day Jersey building. It’s a lot. First thing I would do is whip his [butt]. [I was a] 20-year-old kid [who] need his [butt] whupped. I was in a different world. I was really remedial. Ray Lewis, he tried to teach me so many things. When he was talking to me, it was like he was speaking German and French. I couldn’t comprehend. I was like, ‘Look, man, I’m just here to pass rush.’ He was like, ‘Nah, we don’t draft just pass rushers in the first round. You have to do everything.’”

On what drives him heading into his 16th NFL season:

“To do it all again. It’s a trip to get to do it all again. I love playing ball. I love playing ball. I love being Sizzle. When the time comes for me to be a full-time dad, full-time actor/writer/director/producer, I’ll do all that. But right now, it’s the Flock. Go Flock.

“To be totally honest with you, I don’t see my peak in my near future.”

On the rookie class, especially quarterback Lamar Jackson:

“They have a tremendous amount of potential. It’s up to them to cash in on that. They’re only going to reap the reward if they come in and put in the work. If they come in and work to earn that Ravens decal, the future is bright for them.

“Potential never won a game. It never made a play.”

On the favorite play of his career:

“Super Bowl. As crazy as it sounds, the last defensive play of that Super Bowl, the guy who was involved is on this team now [Michael Crabtree]. I walked in [the locker room] and Jimmy [Smith] and Michael Crabtree were talking about it. I was like, ‘To be totally honest with you, Michael, it was an uncatchable ball.’ … Definitely, when that ball flew over Michael Crabtree’s head, that was my favorite play

“In 2012, going into the Kevin Pillar Canada Day Jersey  playoffs, Jimmy Smith was very upset. He wanted to play more. He had an up and down year because he had injuries and all that. … I told him, ‘If you think we’re not going to need you to win this, you’re mistaken. We’re going to need you to win the Super Bowl.’ And he made the last three plays. It’s crazy, it’s like déjà vu.”

On why he picked No. 55:

“I walked into the building and that was the jersey they gave me. There were some other numbers that were available that weren’t too flattering. I asked who had 56. They said they didn’t give 56 out to rookies. Ed Hartwell had it. It was the only good number that was available, so I took it.”

On how he got the nickname “Sizzle”:

“It’s actually very funny. My cousin, D’Marr Suggs, played basketball at Idaho State University. And he was a really good player. They gave him the name ‘D-Sizzle.’ Naturally, with me being at Arizona State and me trying to live up to my big cousin, I inherited the name ‘T-Sizzle.’”

On who will be this year’s young d Roberto Osuna Canada Day Jersey efensive breakout player:

“Willie ‘Earl’ Henry. He’s going to have a breakout year. Tyus Bowser. I’m really optimistic about all our young guys. Peanut, Patrick Onwuasor, Maurice Canady, pretty much all the guys that’s here. The whole team is here. With the new coordinator, I think all our young guys are going to have a breakout year. It’s going to be a fun year.”

On why he’s excited about new Defensive Coordinator Don “Wink” Martindale:

“He’s taking the handcuffs off the guys. Sometimes a player can be shackled just by the rules and confines of the defense. I think Wink is going to allow us to go make plays and be the fast-moving defense that this city and the fans love. That’s why I’m very excited for the season.”

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Ravens Reducing Conce Roberto Osuna Canada Day Jersey ssion Prices at M&T Bank Stadium

Owner Steve Bisciotti said the Ravens were looking to make games more affordable for fans, and he’s delivering. More details on the price reductions will come Thursday.

Ravens Owner Steve Bisciotti said in February that the team would take a hard look at reducing prices at M&T Bank Stadium’s concession stands.

Now he and the Ravens are making that a reality for all fans who come t Josh Donaldson Canada Day Jersey o games.

The Ravens will reduce prices on select food it Russell Martin Canada Day Jersey ems at concessions stands, with the hope of making games more affordable for fans.

President Dick Cass will reveal details on the reductions at a press Kevin Pillar Canada Day Jersey conference Thursday at 2:30 p.m. at M&T Bank Stadium.

The Atlanta Falcons revealed lower concessions prices when they moved into the new Mercedes-Benz Stadium last season. The Ravens are in a different situation because they aren’t opening a new stadium, but still wante Roberto Osuna Canada Day Jersey d to adopt reduced pricing.

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Matt Skura Is Ready for His Shot to Be Thi Roberto Osuna Canada Day Jersey s Year’s Ryan Jensen

After Ryan Jensen departed in free agency, the Ravens have an opening for the starting center job. Former undrafted product Matt Skura is the leading contender heading into OTAs.

This time last year, there were a lot of questions about who the Ravens’ starting center would ultimately become and rumblings that Baltimore should sign a veteran free agent.

Ryan Jensen stepped up, going from a multi-year backup to full-time starter to the highest-paid center in the league.

With Jensen’s free agency exit to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Ravens are now back in a similar position with an opening in the middle of the offensive line. So who could be this year’s Jensen?

The leading candidate is Matt Skura, and he’s ready for his shot at the job with Organized Team Activities set to kick off next week.

“[Jensen] and I kind of had a similar story,” Skura said. “Hopefully I’m the guy they feel comfortable with moving into that position.”

Jensen was a sixth-round pick in 2013. He spent much of his second season on the practice squad and was a backup in 2015 and 2016. Jensen made nine starts because of injuries those two years before taking over full-time last offseason following Jeremy Zuttah’s release.

Skura went undrafted in 2016 and spent his first season on the Ravens practice squad. He was again placed on the practice squad at the end of training camp last year, but was called up to the 53-man roster before the Week 3 game in London.

The Ravens needed a new right guard after perennial Pro Bowler Marshal Yanda fractured his ankle. Skura figured he would be mostly used on special teams for his first game. Instead, he was thrust into  Josh Donaldson Canada Day Jersey Yanda’s starting spot.

“It happened really fast and there wasn’t much time to process, but sometimes being thrown into the fire is the best way to do it,” Skura said.

Skura was a four-year starter at Duke, including three at center. Still, he adapted to the position Russell Martin Canada Day Jersey  switch, battled through a knee injury and ended up starting 12 games. Overall, the offensive line still held strong despite its best player’s absence. According to Pro Football Focus, Skura gave up just one sack all season.

“I knew I just had to be me. I couldn’t try to be Marshal,” Skura said.

Now Skura is faced with trying to replace another strong player in Jensen, Roberto Osuna Canada Day Jersey who gained a lot of fans in Baltimore not only with his strong play, but his physical demeanor.

Once again, Skura can only be himself. He prides himself on his film study, which he says slows the game down because he picks up on defensive linemen’s tendencies and how to identify blitzing linebackers. He’s technically sound and has good size at 6-foot-3, 315 pounds (he’s added bulk).

Still, there’s a part to Jensen’s game that Skura wants to add.

“I wouldn’t say I’m the first person to be in a fight like Jensen was,” Skura said with a chuckle. “But seeing the way he played made me want to play like that as well – having that nastier mentality and finishing blocks downfield. It does intimidate people and a lot of guys really aren’t prepared to play like that from the first snap to the end of the game.”

Skura said the transition from guard back to center is like riding a bike. And now with a fair amount of game experience under his belt, he has a better understanding of NFL speed, schemes and the jobs of the blockers around  Men’s Majestic Flexbase Authentic 54 Roberto Osuna Toronto Blue Jays Scarlet Canada Day Red Jersey him.

The Ravens’ only other centers on the roster are sixth-round pick Bradley Bozeman (Alabama) and undrafted rookie Alex Thompson. Alex Lewis could be an option, but Head Coach John Harbaugh said he would prefer to use him at guard next to Ron Kevin Pillar Canada Day Jersey nie Stanley.

“It’s a really good opportunity for me to showcase to the coaches that I can be that leader on the offensive line and make the calls to direct guys where to go,” Skura said. “I think that’s the biggest thing for me.”

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Tavon Young Feel Roberto Osuna Canada Day Jersey s Back to Normal After Knee Rehab, Ready to Jump Into OTAs

Cornerback Tavon Young had a spectacular rookie season, but suffered a torn ACL in last year’s Organized Team Activities. Now, almost a year later, he’s itching to return to the field.

It’s flown under the radar, but one of the Ravens’ most talented cornerbacks is set to return to the field.

Tavon Young has recovered from his torn ACL and expects to participate in Russell Martin Canada Day Jersey Ravens Organized Team Activities (OTAs), which kick off next week.

“I feel like I’m back – back to normal,” Young said. “We’ll see, but I think I’m going to go full-go.”

It was about a year ago (June 1) when Young went down in OTAs with a torn ACL. There was hardly any contact. He just crumpled to the turn while attempting an interception.

It was a freak accident to a player who had never suffered a major injury. He had never missed a full season. What made it even more difficult was that Roberto Osuna Canada Day Jersey Young was coming off such a strong rookie campaign.

Young was one of the Ravens’ biggest surprises of 2016. The fourth-round rookie started 11 games, made 53 tackles, broke up eight passes and snagged two interceptions. The 5-foot-9 Temple product showed off his scrappy play, athleticism and ball skills.

Heading into his second season, Young was going to get a chance to blossom in the corner slot position, which is where he always projected to be best suited.

“That was the tough part. I was trying to come back and have a strong year, but I had the injury that put me down for a little bit,” Young said. “It was a little rough at the beginning, but with time, as my knee was feeling better, I  Women’s Majestic Flexbase Authentic 55 Russell Martin Toronto Blue Jays Canada Day Red Jersey was just like, ‘It’s a part of the game.’”

Young missed the Kevin Pillar Canada Day Jersey  entire season as the Ravens plugged veteran Lardarius Webb, Maurice Canady and Jaylen Hill into the slot and used a rotation of Jimmy Smith, Brandon Carr and Marlon Humphrey as the top three outside cornerbacks.

Now the Ravens are still in need of a true slot cornerback, and adding Young back into the rotation would make a strong position group even stronger. The Ravens still have Smith, Humphrey, Carr and Canady as returning key cornerbacks, and added fourth-round Alabama rookie Anthony Averett Josh Donaldson Canada Day Jersey .

“I’m just glad to be back with my teammates,” Young said. “I’m here to compete and have fun, help us win games.”

Young said he could run again in December, but was glad he didn’t have to rush back to the field. With a full year to recover and rehab, he’s rebuilt his strength. He’s been at the Under Armour Performance Center through the entire process, and has already participated in on-field work this offseason.

Young said several of the Ravens veterans helped him get over the injury. One case in recent history has some similarities.

In 2009, Lardarius Webb was having a standout rookie season but tore his ACL in late December. He returned in Week 2 the following year, then assumed a full-time starting role in his third season. Webb rebounded to become a top-flight cornerback and was re-signed to a long-term deal.

“I’m even hungrier to be great,” Young said. “I’m happy; it feels like a gift. I’m thankful because I get to play again.”

Ravens Sign Roberto Osuna Canada Day Jersey Another Undrafted Rookie, Da’Sean Downey

The UMass defensive end was a first-team Eastern College Athletic Conference standout as a senior after he notched six sacks and 20 tackles for loss.

The Ravens added another undrafted rookie to the squad Monday morning, signing Massachusetts defensive end Da’Sean Do Roberto Osuna Canada Day Jersey wney.

Downey was named to the first-team Eastern College Athletic Conference squad after becoming a full-time starter as a senior. He logged 58 tackles, Russell Martin Canada Day Jersey including 20 tackles for loss and six sacks. That was the second-most tackles for loss in program history.

The 6-foot-4, 225-pound New York native spent time learning from Green Bay Packers linebacker Ahmad Brooks leading up to the NFL Draft. He has good athletic, hybrid traits and length. He projects as a developmental edge ru Kevin Pillar Canada Day Jersey sher.

The Ravens also added tryout defensive end Myles Humphrey last week, and LSU defensive end Christian LaCouture is one of their top undrafted free agents.

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Eight Ravens Draft Picks Sign Du Pittsburgh Steelers Custom Jersey ring Rookie Minicamp

The fourth- through seventh-round picks all signed their four-year rookie deals before the end of their first weekend of practices.

The Ravens inked eight of their 12 draft picks before their rookie minicamp ended.

Baltimore’s fourth- through seventh-round picks all signed, giving the team a good jump start on having the entire rookie class under contract.

The list includes fourth-round cornerback Anthony Averett, fourth-round linebacker Kenny Young, fourth-round wide receiver Jaleel Scott, fifth-round wide receiver Jordan Lasley, sixth-round safety DeShon Elliot Men’s Nike Personalized Pittsburgh Steelers Elite Away White NFL Jersey for Sale t, sixth-round tackle Greg Senat, sixth-round center Bradley Bozeman and seventh-round defensive end Zach Sieler.

They are all four-year deals and are generally easier to get done because they are slotted according  Men’s Nike Custom Made Pittsburgh Steelers Elite Black Team Color NFL Jersey Cheap to the collective bargaining agreement’s terms.

The Ravens still need to get their two first-rounds picks, tight end Hayden Hurst and quarterback Lamar Jackson, and two third-round selections, offensive tackle Orlando Brown and tight end Mark Andrews, under contract.

Jackson’s contract negotiations are unique because he has opted not to hire an agent, instead havin Custom Steelers Jersey g his mother (and manager), Felicia Jones, represent him.

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Lamar Jackson’ Pittsburgh Steelers Custom Jersey s Adjustment to NFL Is Off to a Good Start

Head Coach John Harbaugh said he’s been impressed with Lamar Jackson’s accuracy and arm talent in the first two days of practice. Jackson is learning the playbook and adjusting to playing under center, but his playmaking ability is evident.

Perhaps the biggest question about first-round quarterback Lamar Jackson is his ability to transfer his Heisman Trophy-winning college style to the NFL.

Even Head Coach John Harbaugh said Saturday that until a rookie steps onto the NFL practice field, it’s all imagination about what a prospect could be.

Well, after two high-tempo and challenging minicamp practices, Harbaugh is pleased with his rookie quarterback. Jackson is off to a good start in Baltimore.

“The thing that I was really impressed with was I thought he was  Customized Pittsburgh Steelers Jersey accurate,” Harbaugh said.

“You read the reports and stuff like that, but he’s a naturally talented thrower; he has natural arm talent. That’s something that I think people were questioning. So to see him out here thro Customized Steelers Football Jersey wing the ball naturally, very accurately, I thought was a big plus.”

Jackson completed several deep passes to his tight ends down the seam. He seems to have an early connection with fifth-round wide receiver Jordan Lasley, as the two moved the chains on a few occasions during 11-on-11 drills.

Jackson didn’t show as big of an arm as quarterback Joe Flacco, but the rookie put a nice touch and placement on many of his throws and zipped a tight touchdown pass (to Lasley) while in a red-zone drill. When he needs to, he can let it rip.

The biggest difference between Jackson and Flacco is Jackson’s obvious explosiveness as a runner, which he put on display many times throughout Saturday’s practice (without busting out his signature juke moves yet).

“As soon as we get in pads, you’ll see [those],” Jackson said with a laugh.

Harbaugh made it clear that the Ravens are working on using those talents during Jackson’s rookie season, saying Baltimore is crafting plays in the “laboratory.”

“We ran a lot of stuff out here today you guys probably saw,” Harbaugh said. “We’re going to always try to get our players making plays for us, and Lamar is a guy that can help us win games.”

Before Jackson can help Baltimore win as the team’s starting quarterback, he has a lot more developing to do. Coaches said learning how to play quarterback the Ravens way would be his first task.

Jackson’s learning a different offense, new verbiage, getting teammates lined up in the right spot and managing the offense overall. There seemed to be few hiccups Saturday, and Offensive Coordinator Marty Mornhinweg peeked his head inside huddles to make sure things were running smoothly.

Harbaugh said Jackson is at times “coloring inside the lines” in terms of throwing with anticipation because he’s learning the plays and concepts, but he’s picking it up very quickly.

“As good as any rookie we’ve had that way,” Harbaugh said. “He’s very smart; he studies, very sharp, has a nice presence on the field. I think we all feel that he handled himself very well that way.”

One of the biggest changes so far has been taking more snaps from under center. Jackson often worked out of the shotgun at Louisville, which helped with his running ability. The Ravens had him dropping back to work on his footwork and balance.

“I’ve got to work on that a lot more,” Jackson said. “The NFL is totally different from college. It’s a lot faster. You’ve got to work as a unit. It’s fun out here. I’m having fun.”

While Jackson said the pros is faster, he later added, “I can go at an NFL pace right away.”

Jackson said learning the Ravens’ offensive system has been fun. Playing the game is clearly enjoyable to him as well, and by all accounts, his teammates have enjoyed him too.

On Friday, players said Jackson is funny and a character. During Saturday’s practice, Lasley cheered him on from the sideline when he darted up the middle, blazing past linemen and linebackers for a first-down run.

“All of that is A, A-plus,” Harbaugh said. “He has great demeanor. He has a great face, attitude is really good, smart, studies real hard, locker room stuff. I think it’s all good.”

 

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Tony Jefferson went undrafted out of Oklahoma in 2013, but has since turned into one of the top safeties in the game. Here are his tips to this year’s incoming class.

The Ravens have had at least one undrafted rookie on their Week 1 roster for 14 straight years.

Thus, there’s a very good chance that somebody in this year’s class will beat the odds to make the 53-man roster in August.

Ravens safety Tony Jefferson was that guy for the Arizona Cardinals five years ago when he went undrafted out of Oklahoma. Jefferson was scrapping to make the roster after the Cardinals also selected defensive back Tyrann Mathieu in the third round.

Now Jefferson is one of the league’s top safeties, and he’s trying to share his wisdom with the next crop of talent. Here’s his Twitter advice to incoming undrafted rookies:

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Report: Ravens Decline to Pick up Breshad Pe Boston Red Sox Custom Jersey rriman’s Fifth-Year Option

The move is not surprising considering Breshad Perriman will be battling to make the roster this offseason and would be slated to have a $9.4 million cap hit next season.

The Ravens have reportedly opted not to pick up wide receiver Breshad Perriman’s fifth-year option, per NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo.

If true, it’s not a surprising decision considering Perriman will be battling to make the 53-man roster this offseason and would carry a $9.4 million cap hit in 2019, per Spotrac.

Drafted 26th overall in 2015, Perriman has yet to break out in three seasons and is coming off a very challenging year in which he caught just 10 passes for 77 yards.

After multiple drops, including two that led to interceptions, Perriman was a gameday inactive down the stretch of last season as the Ravens pushed for the playoffs.

Injuries have hampered the 6-foot-2 speedste Men’s Authentic Custom Boston Red Sox Home White Baseball Jersey Sale r’s obvious potential. A PCL knee injury shelved him for his entire rookie season. In 2016, a partially torn ACL knocked him out for much of the offseason practices. In 2017, a hamstring injury sidelined him for much of training camp.

“What we found out that sometimes the development of the receiver can be retarded because they’re just not on the field,” General Manager Ozzie Newsome said last month.

“Some of the success of the receivers that we’ve had have all had durability, have all been able to be on the field. That way they can develop. If they’re spending a lot of time off the field – they can’t develop.”

Newsome called this a “make or break” year for Perriman.

He will face stiff competition for a job after Baltimore brought in veterans Michael Crabtree, John “Smokey” Brown and Willie Snead IV.

The Ravens also have Chris Moore, Tim White, Quincy Adeboyejo and DeVier P Men’s Authentic Custom Stitched Boston Red Sox Alternate Baseball Jersey Red osey returning and drafted two rookies in fourth-rounder Jaleel Scott and fifth-round Jordan Lasley. That’s 10 wide receivers for likely only five or six spots.

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New R Men’s Authentic Custom Stitched Boston Red Sox Alternate Baseball Jersey Red avens rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson said former four-time Pro Bowl quarterback Michael Vick had a ‘big influence’ on him. Can Jackson have a similar career?

Lamar Jackson’s first contact with the Ravens came at the NFL Scouting Combine and Ravens Quarterbacks Coach James Urban.

Urban came up to Jackson, introduced himself, and told him about how he coached Michael Vick during their time in Philadelphia.

That must have been music to Jackson’s ears.

Jackson grew up modeling his game after the dynamic dual-threat quarterback, starting with, of all things, video games.

“My first Madden game was 2003, but I played with Michael Vick [in] 2004, and he was out of control,”  Custom Red Sox Jersey Jackson said with a chuckle.

“Just watching him on a video game and watching him on TV and seeing what he did, what he brought to the table with his team, winning games for Atlanta, it was like, ‘Man, I want to do some of the things he did on the field.’”

Jackson would take what he saw on TV and in his video games and try to pull off the same moves on his youth football teams. Luckily, Jackson had the athleticism to do it.

When he got to college, Jackson filled highlight reels just the way Vick did 16 years earlier. In fact, he did it even better.

In Jackson’s final two seasons (2016-2017), he threw for more than 3,500 yards each year and tossed 57 touchdowns to 19 interceptions. He had a 147.7 quarterback rating and 57 percent completion rate. Jackson also ran for 3,172 yards and 39 touchdowns.

In Vick’s two seasons (1999-2000), he threw for a combined 3,299 yards. He tossed 21 touchdowns to 11 interceptions and had a quarterback rating of 149.3 and 56 percent completion rate. Vick ran for 1,299 yards and 17 touchdowns.

Vick saw Louisville blow out No. 2-ranked Florida State in 2016, when Jackson threw one touchdown and ran for four more. Jackson threw for 216 yards and ran for 146, placing himself squarely in contention for the Heisman Trophy, which he later won.

“I could not believe what I had seen. I could not believe the things he was able to do,” Vick told NFL Network’s Daniel Jeremiah. “It was a spitting image of me.”

Vick was the first-overall pick of the Atlanta Falcons in the 2001 NFL Draft. He became the starter in Week 4, but was limited to just eight games.

Vick broke out the following season, earning a Pro Bowl invitation after throwing for 2,936 yards and running for 777 more with 25 touchdowns. He went to two more Pro Bowls with the Falcons in 2004 and 2005 before a two-year suspension for his role in a dog fighting operation.

After his release from prison, Vick signed with the Philadelphia Eagles just before the start of the 2009 season. Personalized Red Sox Jersey  Ravens Offensive Coordinator Marty Mornhinweg was running the Eagles offense. Urban was Philadelphia’s quarterbacks coach.

The two went to work with Vick to get him back up to speed and improve on his passing ability. It didn’t take long.

In 2010, Vick had the best statistical year of his career, throwing for 3,018 yards with 21 touchdowns while running for 676 yards and nine scores. His quarterback rating of 100.2 was a career-high. He had improved as a pure passer, but still had his playmaking style as a runner.

Asked whether his experience with Vick will play into how he coaches Jackson, Mornhinweg in Boston Red Sox Custom Jersey dicated that he’ll take a similar approach of drilling into the basic fundamentals first.

“This first thing – much like we did with Mike – [is] play the quarterback position,” Mornhinweg said. “Learn how to play the quarterback position like we play the quarterback position here.”

There are those who doubt that Jackson can turn into a top-notch NFL quarterback. During the pre-draft process, one offensive coordinator (who remained nameless) told NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero this:

“He’s an awesome athlete. He will not be able to play (quarterback) in this league, mark my words. When he throws, he hopes.”

Jackson responded by saying, “Hope for 69 I think I threw? That’s a lot of hope.”

After being drafted, Jackson said he turns such haters into motivation.

“Whatever [doubt] teams give me, I’m going to prove them wrong, prove the doubters wrong,” he said. “I’m going to earn the respect from my teammates and my coaches.”

Count Vick among the believers.

“If I was the GM, I would draft him – whether it’s the first round or fourth round,” Vick said before the draft. “You look at all the quarterbacks coming out of the draft, they’re all projects. Nobody is guaranteed to do anything.”

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