Baltimore Ravens Draft Heisman Winner Lamar Jackson

The Baltimore Ravens surprised everyone to end the first round of the 2018 NFL Draft by trading their second round, fourth round, and a 2019 second round pick to the Philadelphia Eagles for the 32nd overall pick and a fourth rounder. With the 32nd overall pick, the Ravens did what many were expecting and drafted the expected quarterback of the future, Lamar Jackson. Read more about Baltimore Ravens Draft Heisman Winner Lamar Jackson

2018 NFL Draft: A Deeper Look at WR Calvin Ridley

Calvin Ridley, a junior wide receiver out of Alabama, is considered by many to be the top receiver in arguably one of the most exciting groups of receivers of any draft class in recent history. Here’s why so many people think that the Alabama star is the real deal, and what he still needs to work on to be highly successful in the NFL.

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My Top 5 Players the Ravens Should Take With Their First Pick

The NFL Combine starts this Tuesday February 27th, meaning soon we will see a change in all these mock drafts. Someone projected in the top 10 now, could be projected to fall out of the first round altogether. As of right now, there is no consensus player the Baltimore Ravens would take in the first round. With that in mind, here are the top five players I think the Ravens should choose from come draft day. Read more about My Top 5 Players the Ravens Should Take With Their First Pick