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  1. With the NFL draft behind him and an offensive tackle finally signed, Ravens general manager Eric DeCosta has had some time to talk this week. View the full article
  2. The NFL on Thursday released dates for each team’s offseason workout program. View the full article
  3. “When I was in college, we ran the ball most of the game, and I always felt like running the ball was my forte," Villanueva said. View the full article
  4. Wide receiver Rashod Bateman will wear No. 12, while edge rusher Odafe Oweh will wear No. 99. View the full article
  5. Here’s a way-too-early projection of the Ravens’ starters and backups at every position, plus the players who’ll be fighting for practice squad and end-of-the-roster spots. View the full article
  6. Here’s a way-too-early projection of the Ravens’ starters and backups at every position, plus the players who’ll be fighting for practice squad and end-of-the-roster spots. View the full article
  7. Free agent tackle Alejandro Villanueva on why he chose to sign with the Baltimore Ravens following his release by the Pittsburgh Steelers. View the full article
  8. Ravens' Alejandro Villanueva talks about his journey from the military to paying for a combine tryout to making a NFL team. View the full article
  9. Cass pointed to the team’s experience hosting games last year with implemented safety measures, along with the NFL welcoming 25,000 fans for Super Bowl LV in February and Major League Baseball hosting fans, as encouraging signs with the start of the football season still months away. View the full article
  10. Villanueva, who turns 33 in September, started 90 straight games from the Pittsburgh Steelers from 2015 to 2020. View the full article
  11. Here's what you need to know about each of the Ravens' picks in the 2021 NFL draft. View the full article
  12. The Ravens can load up on bulk, but offensive line play is as much about rhythm. View the full article
  13. Here are the Ravens’ winners and losers coming out of the weekend. View the full article
  14. To help make sense of the NFL draft, here’s a look at some of the superlatives from the weekend, starting with the big draft-night trade that defined the first round. View the full article
  15. Here’s what experts from publications around the country are saying about the Ravens’ 2021 draft class. View the full article
  16. Take a look at all the players who the Miami Dolphins have selected in the first round of the AFL/NFL draft since 1966. View the full article
  17. In a draft where the team needed to hit a couple of home runs, the Ravens might have come out with one if they can coach up Rashod Bateman and change some of the dynamics of the offense. View the full article
  18. The Ravens found a polished fit at wide receiver in Rashod Bateman and looked away from right tackle to pick a high-risk, high-upside edge rusher in Odafe Oweh. Here's what we learned from their 2021 draft. View the full article
  19. With a packed roster and limits on roster tryouts, the Ravens' undrafted free agent crop will be smaller than in previous years. View the full article
  20. The Ravens took prospects who fit the team’s hard-charging style on offense and versatile philosophy on defense. View the full article
  21. The Ravens' eight-man class in the 2021 NFL draft addressed multiple positions of need, namely, wide receiver, edge rusher and interior offensive line. Missing among the newest Ravens: an offensive tackle, a hole created after the trade of Orlando Brown Jr. last week. View the full article
  22. The Ravens’ official announcement Friday that they had exercised the fifth-year option for Jackson was simply a formality, especially after coach John Harbaugh had guaranteed the team would so do days before. View the full article
  23. Wallace started 30 career games for the Cowboys, finishing with 205 catches for 3,434 yards (16.8 per catch) and 26 touchdowns. View the full article
  24. The Ravens still have five picks left: two in the fourth (Nos. 131 and 136 overall), two in the fifth (Nos. 171 and 184) and one in the sixth (No. 210). View the full article
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