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NFL Draft

Senior Bowl Executive Director Jim Nagy On Ravens' Draft Picks

ESPN draft analyst Jim Nagy, who serves as the executive director of the Reese's Senior Bowl, shares his take on Ravens draft picks Jaylon Ferguson, Ben Powers, Iman Marshall, Daylon Mack and Trace McSorley.

What To Make Of Ravens' 2019 Roster?

With the Ravens' roster essentially set, Stan "The Fan" Charles and Glenn Clark share what they like most and least about the 2019 roster.

Evaluating The Baltimore Ravens' 2019 NFL Draft Picks And Undrafted Free Agents

Ken Zalis evaluates how the Ravens did in the 2019 NFL Draft, and he says Baltimore pulled off a very solid draft from top to bottom, adding speed to the offense and addressing most of the team's key needs.

Evaluating The Ravens' Marquise Brown Selection

Ken Zalis grades the Ravens' first-round selection of receiver Marquise Brown in the 2019 NFL Draft and offers his best available players by position entering the second round.

Ravens Seven-Round NFL Mock Draft 4.0

Ken Zalis shares his fourth and final seven-round mock draft for the Baltimore Ravens, and he has the Ravens addressing needs at receiver, edge rusher and offensive line throughout the draft.

Final 2019 NFL Mock Draft

Ken Zalis shares his final 2019 NFL mock draft, and he predicts the Baltimore Ravens will take Texas A&M center Erik McCoy at No. 22.

What Should Ravens Do In 2019 NFL Draft?

What should the Baltimore Ravens do in the 2019 NFL Draft? Stan "The Fan" Charles and Glenn Clark weigh in.

If Ravens Can't Trade Down, Their Options At No. 22 Pick Are ...

If the Ravens can't trade down in the 2019 NFL Draft, who will they take at No. 22? Ken Zalis lists five players he'd want them to take, five who could be available and five he does not want Baltimore to draft.

Charley Casserly: Ravens Will Trade Back, Take Receiver In First Round

NFL Network analyst and former NFL GM Charley Casserly predicts the Ravens will trade back a few spots in the first round of the 2019 NFL Draft to select Oklahoma wide receiver Marquise Brown with the 25th overall pick.

Potential 2019 NFL Draft Scenario For Ravens: Edge Rusher

If the Baltimore Ravens draft an edge rusher in the first round of the 2019 NFL Draft, how would that selection shape the look of the team's picks in the third and fourth rounds?

Dan Shonka: NC State C Garrett Bradbury Would Be 'Key Piece Of The Puzzle' For Ravens

NFL Draft expert Dan Shonka has the Ravens taking NC State center Garrett Bradbury in his mock draft, and he sees Bradbury as an All-Pro center who will "be an anchor for that offensive line for probably five, six years."

Glenn Clark: No Wrong Answers As To What Ravens Should Do In Draft

When it comes to what the Ravens should do in the 2019 NFL Draft, Glenn Clark says there are no wrong answers -- or right ones.

Ravens Seven-Round NFL Mock Draft 3.0

Ken Zalis shares his third seven-round mock draft for the Baltimore Ravens, and he says the Ravens will take TCU edge defender Ben Banogu in the third round.

Potential 2019 NFL Draft Scenario For Ravens: Wide Receiver

If the Baltimore Ravens draft a wide receiver like Mississippi's DK Metcalf in the first round of the 2019 NFL Draft, how would that selection shape the rest of the draft?

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