Player News - Ravens

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Ravens signed Utah WR Tim Patrick.

Patrick (6’4/208) spent three years at Utah after transferring from JUCO, missing 17 games due to various injuries but mostly staying healthy as a senior to lead the team in receiving (45-711-5). He had a terrific early-season battle with USC CB Adoree Jackson, emerging with a 6-100-1 receiving line including the game-winning score in Jackson’s coverage. Not invited to the Combine, Patrick turned heads at his Pro Day with 4.47 speed and impressive vertical (37 ½") and broad (10’8") jumps. Patrick has inconsistent hands and limited college production, but he jumped off the tape when targeted in college. He has developmental appeal as a big, physical, vertical receiver who is also willing to block.
Apr 30 - 10:29 AM

Ravens signed Ole Miss WR Quincy Adeboyejo.

Adeboyejo (6’3/197) was a 2 ½-year starter for the Rebels, finishing his career with a 106-1,454-11 (13.7 YPR) receiving line and seeing action both outside and in the slot. A complementary receiver throughout college, Adeboyejo’s calling cards are his height and vertical ability. He ran 4.42 at the Combine and crushed the three-cone drill (6.73), but struggled in the vertical (34 ½") and managed eight bench-press reps. Skinny and not particularly physical, Adeboyejo would do well to carve out a sub-package/red-zone role in the Kamar Aiken mold.
Apr 29 - 7:30 PM

Ravens selected Virginia Tech DB Chuck Clark with the No. 186 overall pick in the 2017 NFL draft.

Clark (6’0/208) made 40 starts in the Hokies’ secondary, managing 14 career tackles for loss and two interceptions. He mostly played cornerback in college, but also dabbled at safety and covered kickoffs and punts throughout his career. An efficient tackler with plus instincts, Clark’s shortage of ball skills and average athleticism (4.54 forty, 34-inch vertical) suggest he profiles best as special teams help. Clark’s experience at multiple defensive back positions does improve his cause.
Apr 29 - 3:57 PM

Ravens selected Texas A&M OG Jermaine Eluemunor with the No. 159 overall pick in the 2017 NFL draft.

Eluemunor (6’4/332) started only one season for the Aggies, shuttling between right guard and right tackle as a fifth-year senior. He is originally from London and starred as a wrestler in high school. Eluemunor is extremely raw with limited football experience, but he possesses incredible upper-body strength and surprising athleticism for his meaty build. He ran 5.22 and did 34 bench-press reps at the Combine. Eluemunor likely needs a redshirt year before pushing for NFL snaps.
Apr 29 - 2:42 PM

Ravens selected San Diego State OG Nico Siragusa with the No. 122 overall pick in the 2017 NFL draft.

Siragusa (6’4/319) was a three-year starter on the Aztecs’ line, mainly manning left guard and earning first-team All-Mountain West as both a junior and senior. Built wide and powerfully, Siragusa possesses plus arm length (33 ½") for an interior lineman and has massive hands (10 5’8"). PFF College gave Siragusa its No. 3 pass-block efficiency rating in the nation in 2016, and Siragusa also shined as a gap-scheme drive blocker on tape. Siragusa posted the third-highest SPARQ rating among offensive linemen at the Combine, in addition to the top Wonderlic score (29) among guards. Siragusa possess many requisite traits of a long-term starting NFL guard.
Apr 29 - 12:59 PM

Ravens selected Alabama OLB Tim Williams with the No. 78 overall pick in the 2017 NFL draft.

Williams (6’3/244) was a situational pass rusher at Alabama, collecting 19.5 sacks over his final two seasons but rarely seeing the field beyond sub-packages. Exposures to Williams defending the run and dropping into coverage are limited. In Indy, Williams tested as a 49th-percentile athlete with 4.70 speed and below-par three-cone results (7.36). An impact part-time player in college, Williams’ NFL future is less certain. He has failed multiple drug tests, carries work ethic concerns, and is old-ish for a rookie, turning 24 later this year. If Williams gets his head on straight, he projects best as a third-down rusher and special teams help.
Apr 28 - 10:14 PM

Ravens selected Michigan DL Chris Wormley with the No. 74 overall pick in the 2017 NFL draft.

Wormley (6’5/298) made 30 starts for the Wolverines, piling up 33 tackles for loss with 18 sacks and first-team All-Big Ten honors from the conference’s coaches as a senior. Wormley has long arms (34 1/8") and big hands (10 ½") and posted the highest SPARQ rating among all draft-eligible defensive linemen with 94th-percentile results. Wormley is old-ish for a rookie (24 in October) and doesn’t show explosive twitch on tape, but he was consistently productive versus top competition, and NFL coaching could maximize his potential. Rotoworld’s Josh Norris has compared him to stud Steelers DE Cameron Heyward.
Apr 28 - 10:02 PM

Ravens selected Houston LB Tyus Bowser with the No. 47 overall pick in the 2017 NFL draft.

Bowser (6’3/247) made 23 starts for the Cougars, finishing seventh in school history in sacks (21.5) despite playing basketball his first two years and missing five games with a fractured orbital bone as a senior. (He suffered the injury fighting a teammate.) Long armed (33 ¼") and supremely athletic, Bowser posted the highest SPARQ score among all edge prospects in Indy. Bowser’s run defense improved noticeably as a senior, and he flashed an ability to cover tight ends in space. While a project in some respects, Bowser offers a Bruce Irvinian skill set with plus versatility.
Apr 28 - 8:25 PM

Ravens exercised ILB C.J. Mosley's fifth-year option for 2018.

The deadline to do so was May 3. Mosley was terrific last year, earning PFF's No. 11 grade out of 59 qualifiers at inside linebacker. It's probably just a matter of time until the Ravens lock the 24-year-old into a long-term contract.
Apr 28 - 5:46 PM

Ravens selected Alabama CB Marlon Humphrey with the No. 16 overall pick of the 2017 NFL draft.

Humphrey (6’0/197) turned pro as a redshirt sophomore after starting 29-of-29 games in his Alabama career, recording five interceptions, three forced fumbles, and 13 pass breakups. The son of ex-Broncos RB Bobby Humphrey, Marlon posted a 4.41 forty, explosive 10-foot-5 broad jump, and agile 6.75 three-cone time in Indy. Also a violent tackler, Humphrey’s shortcoming is a tendency to get beat deep after allowing 17.4 yards per reception as a freshman and 16.3 yards as a sophomore. He also has no slot-corner experience. A rich man’s Dre Kirkpatrick, Humphrey profiles as a physical, type-A boundary defender with an outside chance to become a long-term No. 1 corner. Not yet 21 years old, Humphrey should offer significant room for growth.
Apr 27 - 10:06 PM

Ravens re-signed WR Keenan Reynolds.

They also re-signed exclusive rights free agent OT De'Ondre Wesley and LB Brennen Beyer. Reynolds spent his entire rookie year on practice squad after getting waived at final cuts. He'll compete for a kick return role.
Apr 26 - 7:14 PM

Ravens S Eric Weddle says Joe Flacco has looked good early in the offseason program.

Flacco was recovering from knee surgery this time last year, and while the injury did not force him to miss any games, he did post some of the worst efficiency numbers of his career. Now healthy, Weddle expects Flacco to be "10 times better," and Flacco thinks getting in work this early in the offseason will give him "a better foundation." Hopefully, it will also allow him to be more aggressive and push the ball down the field.
Source: ESPN
Apr 20 - 9:00 AM

Ravens re-signed OG Ryan Jensen to a one-year, $1.797 million contract.

James Hurst also signed his restricted free agent tender on Wednesday. Jensen logged 273 snaps over seven games for the Ravens including three starts last season. He first arrived in Baltimore as a sixth-round pick in 2013.
Apr 19 - 6:01 PM

Ravens re-signed WR Chris Matthews.

He was an exclusive rights free agent. Matthews spent all of last season on injured reserve. The Ravens need bodies at receiver after losing Steve Smith Sr. (retirement) and Kamar Aiken (signed with Indianapolis), but Matthews won't be a difference-maker.
Apr 19 - 5:51 PM

Ravens DE Bronson Kaufusi is expected to compete for a starting job.

A 2016 third-rounder, Kaufusi lost his rookie year to ankle surgery. He’s in the mix for snaps at the five-technique spot in Baltimore's 3-4. The Ravens have been impressed with Kaufusi's conditioning after concerns over his low body strength.
Source: ESPN
Apr 15 - 5:02 PM


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