Lardarius Webb will retain his No. 21 jersey after safety Tony Jefferson had previously claimed it. That means Tavon Young will change again. Matthew Judon is taking on the highest number.
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Staff writers Ryan Mink and Garrett Downing take a shot at predicting each Ravens draft pick.
Scouting source says Baltimore will 'lean toward pass rushers in the first round.' Teams in the top 10 are looking to trade back. First-round CB Gareon Conley may be off Ravens’ draft board, but another CB is on the rise. Corey Davis likes Baltimore best. Steelers get a weapon back.
Assistant General Manager Eric DeCosta is having a tough time predicting who Baltimore will take in the first round. He said he doesn’t know who the first quarterback, receiver and running back off the board will be or where they’ll go.
The Ravens’ first draft pick was in New York City on April 20, 1996, but thought he was going to be holding up an Arizona Cardinals jersey.
The Ravens will host the Flock Party: Draft Edition on Thursday, April 27, and Flock Festival, presented by Verizon, on Saturday, April 29. Fans in attendance can enter to win $10,000 if they correctly pick the Ravens' first draft selection.
The second day of draft weekend is where Baltimore can make their rookie class into something special with three selections in a span of 30 picks.
Best Ravens draft picks by position. Jabrill Peppers’ diluted drug test could drop him out of first round. Pass rusher may not be best value at No. 16.
Check out the moment when eighth grader T.J. Onwuanibe found out from Head Coach John Harbaugh that he will travel to Philadelphia to announce the Ravens’ top draft pick.
Four important draft clues from Mike Mayock, including John Ross being removed from draft boards. Is Ravens' dream draft scenario really a dream? Potential trade-back partners for Baltimore.
Veteran wideout Mike Wallace believes the Ravens have 'more than enough' receivers, even though he hears the criticism that Baltimore needs more playmakers.
Director of Performance Steve Saunders has made some notable changes to the team's offseason conditioning program, and the players have taken notice.
It's a stretch to think the draft will take care of all the Ravens' roster holes. If Baltimore finds two plug-and-play rookies and then a couple second- and third-year players develop into starters, that would be considered a major success.
Baltimore spent the No. 6-overall pick on tackle Ronnie Stanley last year. Assistant General Manager Eric DeCosta says if the best player is a lineman, the Ravens will pull the trigger again.
The Alabama linebacker may very well be one of the best defenders in the draft, but could slide because of some off-the-field incidents.
Baltimore Ravens : Videos
The Ravens have arrived at the NFL Draft in Philadelphia, and we caught up with Steve Smith Sr. and former Head Coach Brian Billick. Final preparations are being made before Thursday's first round.
For the past two years, 14-year-old T.J. Onwuanibe has battled a rare form of brain cancer. Now the local Ravens superfan will have his Make-A-Wish dream come true Thursday night in Philadelphia.
The former Ravens wideout believes Baltimore shouldn't pass on Western Michigan's Corey Davis or Washington's John Ross, and explains why he wouldn't use pick No. 16 on Clemson's Mike Williams.
Could Reuben Foster fall to the Ravens? What about running back Christian McCaffrey? Grab Jabrill Peppers if he slides to the late first? Will Baltimore really take an offensive tackle at No. 16?
The Ravens' former head coach says this is the time he would leave General Manager Ozzie Newsome alone. He believes the Ravens have many moves to make to get back into the playoffs.
Michigan's Jabrill Peppers and Alabama's Reuben Foster had diluted samples in their combine drug tests. What's up with O.J. Howard being pegged to Ravens? Will Baltimore draft a developmental QB?
The Ravens have 165 players they have deemed as 'draftable,' which gives them plenty of options going into this year's draft.
General Manager Ozzie Newsome always says he'll take the best player available, but which position could use that best player most: right tackle, pass rusher, wide receiver or corner?
All the draft hype surrounds the first round, but the truth is that rounds 2-7 might be even more important.
General Manager Ozzie Newsome has made a trade for 15 consecutive years. Will he keep the streak alive, and if so, when will make a move?
It's been five years since the Ravens hosted a Monday night game, and they'll finally get to do so again in Week 12 against the Houston Texans.
Sure, the teams Baltimore will face in 2017 is important, but what we really want to know is which city has the best food. Thanks to our friends at Classic Catering for helping us break it down.
NFL Network's Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks discuss how Alabama linebacker Reuben Foster's positive drug test will impact his draft stock.
As the players returned for the offseason program this week, they still had a bad taste in their mouths after missing the playoffs last season. They're using the missed opportunity as motivation for 2017.
The Ravens quarterback added he would've liked to see Torrey Smith to return because of their personal relationship, but understands it didn't work out. Flacco will also continue to wear his knee brace this season.