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AFC North
M&T Bank Stadium
Head Coach
John Harbaugh
Offensive Coordinator
Greg Roman
Defensive Coordinator
Don Martindale
Special Teams Coach
Jerry Rosburg
Defensive Scheme
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Marquise Brown Still A Work In Progress

Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Marquise Brown (foot) took part in the joint practice against the Eagles on Monday, his first time playing against another team. The first-rounder missed the preseason game last Thursday against the Packers but has taken part in four straight practices. Offensive coordinator Greg Roman thinks Brown still needs to gain chemistry with quarterback Lamar Jackson. "He just needs to get accustomed to it. Its all new for him the speed of it, the thinking, the lining up, running the right route. He has a ways to go with all of that," head coach John Harbaugh said. It can often be tough for rookie wideouts to make an impact immediately, and it's going to be tougher for Brown as he returns from a Lisfranc injury. Brown is very talented and fast, but temper your expectations for him out of the gates. Take him as a late-round flier in deeper leagues on this run-first squad.

1 hour ago
Mark Andrews Stands Out At Camp

Baltimore Ravens tight end Mark Andrewshas shown out during training camp this year. The Athletic's Jeff Zrebiec reported, "Andrews probably caught more balls than any other offensive player." Andrews had more receiving yards (552) than all other rookie tight ends last season and was the most productive at his position in Baltimore. He and quarterback Lamar Jackson have an exponentially growing connection that could lead to the sophomore tight end becoming Jackson's favorite red-zone target. The Ravens have several tight ends on the roster, but Andrews provides the highest upside. His current ADP is in the high 140s. He's poised for a breakout season this year and could be a late-round steal in drafts, but that's all dependent on how much we see from Jackson's arm.

46 minutes ago
Tavon Young Could Miss Entire Season

Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said that cornerback Tavon Young (neck) could miss the entire 2019 season. The 25-year-old slot corner had just signed a three-year extension back in February after being taken in the fourth round in 2016. Young has started 17 of the 31 games he's played in and has three interceptions, four fumble recoveries and two touchdowns in three seasons. The good news is that Cyrus Jones or Brandon Carr can slide into Young's spot if he's forced to miss the entire year. Still, it's a big blow for Baltimore's secondary depth.

4 days ago
Mark Ingram Gets First Touches As A Raven

Baltimore Ravens running back Mark Ingram carried the ball four times for 18 yards in Thursday night's preseason game against Green Bay. Ingram was given limited work on the field, but his 4.5 yards per carry showed that the veteran still has the power and agility to be a viable backfield option for Baltimore. According to Athlon Sports, Ravens new offensive coordinator Greg Roman ran the ball on 49.8 percent of plays as the coordinator for the Niners and Bills. After quarterbackLamar Jackson took over last season, the Ravens ran on 61.4 percent of plays. With Jackson vowing to run the ball less, if Baltimore continues to be the league's most run-heavy offense in 2019, it could be positive for Ingram's numbers as an RB2 option with a rising ceiling. Ingram's current ADP is in the mid-40s, and he is projected to run for over 900 yards and six touchdowns. Even if Jackson does to decide to sit in the pocket more, just the threat of him using his legs boosts Ingram's outlook.

3 days ago
Marquise Brown Wants To Stand Out

Baltimore Ravens rookie wide receiver Marquise Brown most likely won't play in Thursday's preseason game against Green Bay, but if he does he wants to stand out. "No matter what percent you are, you've got to go make the play," Brown told the Baltimore Sun. Brown missed practice Monday, as he is still recovering from a foot injury, but was on the field Tuesday, saying he felt good running routes during seven-on-seven sessions. Hollywood's current ADP is 161 and with depth-chart spots still undetermined, there's a lot of competition for targets. If you're drafting him in the 13th or 14th round, you're betting on him getting increasing looks past the first week or two into the season.

5 days ago