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NFL Draft

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.

Marlon Humphrey: 'Definitely A Blessing' To Be A Raven

New Ravens cornerback Marlon Humphrey met with the Baltimore media April 28 and discussed what it meant to be drafted No. 16 overall by the Ravens the previous night.

Five Second-Round NFL Draft Targets For Ravens

Bo Smolka highlights five potential targets for the Ravens in the second round of the 2017 NFL Draft, including Western Kentucky guard Forrest Lamp and USC receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster.

Ozzie Newsome: Marlon Humphrey Was 'By Far The Best Player'

"You have to match strength for strength, and I think we have done that with [Marlon Humphrey]," John Harbaugh said, "and it gives us a chance to get out there in the fourth quarter, in two-minute, and do the things we need to do to finish games."

Ravens Select CB Marlon Humphrey In 2017 NFL Draft

After shoring up their secondary in free agency, the Ravens continued to make that the focus during the first round of the 2017 NF Draft, selecting Alabama cornerback Marlon Humphrey with the No. 16 overall pick.

Ravens Seven-Round 2017 NFL Mock Draft

Ken Zalis compiles a seven-round NFL mock draft for the Baltimore Ravens, including three options for the No. 16 pick.

What's It Like In The Ravens' War Room On NFL Draft Night?

Ever wonder what it's like in the Ravens' war room during the NFL Draft? Ravens vice president Kevin Byrne shares the details -- from the atmosphere, to disagreements to the snacks.

2017 Mock First-Round NFL Draft

Ken Zalis offers his final NFL mock draft of the season, and he thinks the Ravens will select Western Michigan wide receiver Corey Davis.

Glenn Younes: 2017 Ravens Draft Preview

Glenn Younes looks ahead to the 2017 NFL Draft, and he says despite some recent misses, Ravens GM Ozzie Newsome and assistant GM Eric DeCosta are still some of the best in the game.

Five Things That Could Affect Ravens In 2017 NFL Draft

Bo Smolka highlights five things to watch as the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft unfolds that could affect the Ravens, including how many quarterbacks go early and any 11th-hour surprises.

2017 Ravens Draft Watch: Western Kentucky OL Forrest Lamp

Will the Baltimore Ravens target Western Kentucky's Forrest Lamp in the 2017 NFL Draft? Ken Zalis predicts he could be the first offensive lineman selected.

2017 Ravens Draft Watch: Temple OLB Haason Reddick

A former walk-on at Temple, OLB Haason Reddick is now a projected first-round pick in the 2017 NFL Draft. Could he go to the Baltimore Ravens at No. 16?

Glenn Clark: Ravens Have No Idea Who They Will Select In NFL Draft

Think you know what the Baltimore Ravens will do with the 16th pick in the 2017 NFL Draft? Glenn Clark says, think again.