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NFL Draft

2018 Ravens Draft Watch: Auburn OL Austin Golson

Could the Ravens draft Auburn offensive lineman Austin Golson? Ken Zalis says Golson is a smart, versatile lineman who could surprise quickly in the NFL.

NFL Network's Charles Davis Talks Receiver Options In 2018 NFL Draft

Charles Davis of NFL Network joined Glenn Clark Radio to discuss the options the Ravens will sift through ahead of the 2018 NFL Draft, and he thinks LSU's DJ Chark could be a good fit for Baltimore.

LB Myles Pierce Looking To Join His Brother, Michael, In NFL

Citadel linebacker Myles Pierce, brother of Ravens defensive tackle Michael Pierce, will look to create his own NFL success story when he enters the draft this May.

2018 Ravens Draft Watch: South Carolina State LB Darius Leonard

Could the Ravens draft South Carolina State linebacker Darius Leonard? Ken Zalis said the 2016 and 2017 MEAC Defensive Player of the Year reminds him of current Houston Texans linebacker Zach Cunningham.

Former Terps Receiver DJ Moore Prepares For NFL Draft

As he looks ahead to the NFL Scouting Combine and NFL Draft, former Maryland wide receiver DJ Moore is looking forward to the opportunity to prove his speed and NFL readiness.

2018 Ravens Draft Watch: San Diego State RB Rashaad Penny

Could the Ravens draft San Diego State running back Rashaad Penny? Ken Zalis says the former FBS consensus All-American is the best running back in the 2018 NFL Draft.

Could Ravens Target Former Oklahoma State Receiver James Washington?

Former Oklahoma State wide receiver James Washington could be a potential target for the Ravens toward the top of the 2018 NFL Draft, and he wants teams to know he's "accountable on and off the field."

2018 NFL Draft Watch: 15 Players The Ravens Could Pick

Ken Zalis highlights 15 players the Ravens could select with the No. 16 pick in the 2018 NFL Draft, including Notre Dame OT Mike McGlinchey.

For Baltimore Native Ian Thomas, Being Drafted By Ravens 'Would Be A Blessing'

Baltimore native Ian Thomas, who lost both of his parents before his 10th birthday, used to receive turkeys from Ravens players at different charity events. Now, the former Indiana tight end has a shot at being drafted by his hometown team.

Former Ravens Executive Phil Savage Analyzes Ravens' Offensive Draft Possibilities

Former Ravens director of player personnel Phil Savage breaks down the quarterbacks and wide receivers Baltimore may have a close eye on during the Senior Bowl.

Marlon Humphrey Excited To Join 'Smash Mouth' Ravens Defense

Marlon Humphrey talked with Glenn Clark Radio about the lessons he learned from his father, former NFL running back Bobby Humphrey, and what he can bring to the Ravens' defense.

Evaluating The Baltimore Ravens' 2017 NFL Draft Picks And Undrafted Free Agents

Ken Zalis evaluates how the Ravens did in the 2017 NFL Draft, and he says the defense should be much improved, but the lack of offensive playmakers will be debated if the team struggles.

Ozzie Newsome: 'No Doubt' Ravens Improved Through Draft

The Baltimore Ravens made their final selections of the 2017 NFL Draft April 29, picking guard Nico Siragusa (San Diego State), guard/tackle Jermaine Eluemunor (Texas A&M) and safety Chuck Clark (Virginia Tech).

Ozzie Newsome: Ravens 'Trying To Get Very, Very Strong On Defense'

The Ravens, led by general manager Ozzie Newsome, selected rush linebackers Tyus Bowser and Tim Williams and defensive end Chris Wormley during the second day of the NFL Draft April 28.