Player News - Ravens

Date: Team: Pos:

The Baltimore Sun's Jeff Zrebiec reports Ravens OG Nico Siragusa underwent a second surgery on his knee this offseason.

A fourth-round pick last year, Siragusa tore his ACL, MCL, and PCL during training camp last season. It is a devastating injury which already had him questionable for training camp, and the second surgery adds another layer of doubt. If he can get back, Siragusa should compete for a backup job.
May 21 - 10:05 AM

Ravens signed third round TE Mark Andrews to a four-year contract.

With the Ravens deep at tight end, Andrews is expected to compete for slot reps as a rookie. First-rounders Hayden Hurst and Lamar Jackson are Baltimore's only unsigned picks.
May 16 - 7:06 PM

Ravens signed third-round OT Orlando Brown to a four-year contract.

Brown is a mammoth 6'8/345 but had one of the worst Combines in its history, showing very little strength and athleticism. He improved a bit at his Pro Day and plans to cut some weight in the lead-up to the season. Brown is expected to compete for the starting right tackle job in training camp.
May 16 - 11:06 AM

Ravens CB Tavon Young (ACL) will be ready for OTAs.

Young tore his ACL during OTAs last year, forcing him to miss the entire season. The corner says he is "back to normal" now, however, and he thinks he will be a "full-go" for the offseason program. Surprisingly good as a rookie, Young should handle slot duties if he is healthy.
May 15 - 10:48 AM

The Baltimore Sun's Jeff Zrebiec believes Ravens TE Maxx Williams is on the roster bubble.

2015 first-rounder Breshad Perriman gets the stick, but Williams has been equally disappointing since the Ravens selected him in the second round of that draft. He has played 29 games in three seasons, recording just 47 catches for 354 yards and two touchdowns. Williams is a solid blocker, but he will have to show well in camp to keep his job after the Ravens added first-rounder Hayden Hurst and third-rounder Mark Andrews in the draft.
May 15 - 10:18 AM

The Baltimore Sun's Jeff Zrebiec believes Ravens DL Bronson Kaufusi is on the roster bubble.

A third-round pick in 2016, Kaufusi lost his rookie season to a broken ankle and appeared in just three games as a sophomore. On a deep defensive line, Kaufusi faces a steep climb to keep his roster spot.
May 15 - 10:14 AM

Ravens WR Quincy Adeboyejo is undergoing leg surgery.

The Baltimore Sun's Jeff Zrebiec reports the surgery will be to repair an "upper leg muscle." Adeboyejo is expected to begin training camp on the PUP list, and his availability for Week 1 is in question. An UDFA last year, Adeboyejo appeared in just one game as a rookie. Even if he is healthy by the start of the season, Adeboyejo will find it difficult to crack the final roster.
May 15 - 9:40 AM

Ravens second-year CB Jaylen Hill suffered a torn right ACL and MCL last December.

Ace beat writer Jeff Zrebiec believes Hill is a candidate to open the season on reserve/PUP, which would cost Hill at least the first six games. A preseason darling as an UDFA last year, Hill played just 16 snaps in the regular season. He'll likely be fighting for one of the final corner spots when healthy.
May 9 - 10:20 AM

Ravens signed fourth round CB Anthony Averett to a four-year contract.

A two-year starter at Alabama, Averett has solid man-coverage skills and showed good measurables (4.36 speed) at the Combine. He'll compete for a sub-package role as a rookie. Baltimore also signed C Bradley Bozeman, S DeShon Elliott, WR Jordan Lasley, OT Greg Senat, WR Jaleel Scott, DE Zach Sieler and ILB Kenny Young to four-year deals.
Source: ESPN
May 5 - 5:37 PM

Ravens coach John Harbaugh defended first-round QB Lamar Jackson's accuracy.

"The thing I was impressed with is I thought he was accurate," Harbaugh told reporters at rookie camp. "That’s something I think people were questioning. To see him out here throwing naturally I thought was a big plus." Jackson fell to the last pick of the first round over accuracy concerns. The Ravens have liked what they've seen from him in the early offseason stages. Jackson will develop behind Joe Flacco this year, but may see time in run packages.
Source: ESPN
May 5 - 4:17 PM

Ravens third-round OT Orlando Brown said he plans to lose 15 pounds this offseason.

The 22-year-old watched his draft stock plummet after testing poorly at the Combine and could probably stand to shed some weight. His goal is to slim down from 340 to 325 pounds. With Ronnie Stanley entrenched on Joe Flacco's blind side, Brown's best shot to earn a 2018 role will likely come at right tackle.
May 4 - 2:12 PM

Breshad Perriman is owed a $650,000 roster bonus on the third day of training camp.

It is notable after Baltimore remade their receiving corps by signing Michael Crabtree, John Brown, and Willie Snead in free agency and drafting Jaleel Scott and Jordan Lasley on the third day of the draft. With all of those guys and Chris Moore competing at receiver, Perriman is by no means a lock to make the final roster, and it does not make much sense for Baltimore to fork out $650,000 in July just to cut Perriman a month later. Unless he shows well during the offseason program, Perriman could be looking for a new job by training camp.
May 3 - 9:38 AM

Ravens coach John Harbaugh said the team is taking things "one year at a time" at quarterback.

Baltimore drafted Lamar Jackson with the final pick in the first round, a move which inexorably starts the clock on Joe Flacco. Harbaugh has said Flacco will be their quarterback this season, however, and the team laid out what seems to be a long-term plan to develop Jackson. That said, those plans could change quickly if the season does not go how the Ravens hope, especially with Flacco in the midst of a multi-year decline. If Flacco does not bounce back quickly, Jackson could see the field as earlier as this year.
Source: ESPN
May 3 - 8:54 AM

Ravens declined WR Breshad Perriman's 2019 team option.

Perriman has been a non-factor since missing his entire rookie year to injury. With Baltimore adding Michael Crabtree, John Brown and Willie Snead this offseason, he's entering a make-or-break training camp.
May 2 - 4:54 PM

NFL.com's Jim Trotter reports the Ravens have no urgency to rush QB Lamar Jackson on the field.

"The first thing, much like we did with Mike [Vick], is for him to ... learn how to play the quarterback position like we play the quarterback position here," offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg, who worked with Vick in Atlanta, said. "Just how we go about the footwork -- the base, wide-base, short-style, all those things that we'll work on from Day 1, both pre-practice and post-practice." Quarterbacks coach James Urban also worked with Vick in Atlanta, while Greg Roman, Baltimore's assistant head coach, was OC during Colin Kaepernick's best seasons in San Francisco. The Ravens will take on 'only' $16 million in dead money by releasing incumbent starter Joe Flacco after the season, a transaction destined to occur following the team's selection of Jackson in the first round.
Source: NFL.com
Apr 29 - 2:21 PM


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