- M&T Bank Stadium
- Head Coach
- John Harbaugh
- Offensive Coordinator
- Greg Roman
- Defensive Coordinator
- Don Martindale
- Special Teams Coach
- Jerry Rosburg
- Defensive Scheme
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson wasn't happy with how he performed in organized team activities this week. He has been trying to develop as a passer this offseason after completing only 58.2 percent of his passes as a rookie, including 159.1 yards passing per game as a starter. Jackson showed more velocity on his passes on Thursday, but he was still inconsistent. "It's been crazy. It's been everywhere," Jackson said of his throws. "I feel like my hand is a little too high on the football and that makes the ball go out of whack a lot." Baltimore is also installing a new offense under coordinator Greg Roman, so it's going to take Jackson a bit longer to learn the new system. While he should be able to improve his arm in Year 2, Jackson is primarily a running QB in a run-first offense. He'll have QB1 upside but should be taken as a backup with upside in fantasy drafts.
Baltimore Ravens safety Tony Jefferson (ankle) isn't practicing at organized team activities this week after having ankle surgery in the offseason, according to head coach John Harbaugh. The 27-year-old might not be ready for the start of training camp this summer. He had 74 tackles, one sack, one forced fumble, one fumble recovery and one interception in 14 games last year for Baltimore. When healthy, he remains a starter for this secondary.
The Baltimore Ravens are signing free-agent wide receiver Michael Floyd to an undisclosed deal on Friday, according to a source. Baltimore is a good landing spot for Floyd, but there's still no guarantee that he'll make the final roster out of training camp. The 13th overall pick in 2012 by the Cardinals, Floyd has played for four different teams in the last three years and has 20 catches for 178 yards and one score in the last two seasons (24 games) for the Vikings and Redskins. He'll be a long shot to return any fantasy relevance for a run-first squad if he makes the team.
Baltimore Ravens first-round wide receiver Marquise Brown (foot) won't be on the field for organized team activities next week as he recovers from Lisfranc surgery. Receiver Miles Boykin (hamstring), a third-rounder, will also be eased into action next week while he deals with a minor hamstring injury. The Ravens are very thin on the receiver depth chart, so they'll need Brown and Boykin to contribute immediately in their first seasons in the NFL. Baltimore also has Willie Snead, Jordan Lasley and Chris Moore in the mix at the position.
Baltimore Ravens running back Kenneth Dixon's roster spot may be in jeopardy after the team drafted Justice Hill in the fourth round of the draft last month. Dixon missed all of 2017 due to injury and played in just six games for the Ravens last year, so he'll surely need to show better health in order to stick around. He has 148 carries for 715 yards (4.8 average) with four touchdowns in his two NFL seasons. Even if he sticks on the roster, Dixon won't have much of a role behind Mark Ingram, Gus Edwards and Hill.