With the 2012 NFL Draft a little over two days away, the internet is abuzz with draft news, including quite a bit on the Baltimore Ravens. So without further adieu, check out what the media outlets around the area and nation are saying about the Ravens draft strategy:
Anatomy of a draft day trade | National Football Post
An inside look at how NFL front offices negotiate their way up and down the draft board.
Projecting the draft: Baltimore Ravens - CBSSports
While games are won and lost in the fall, the building blocks of a team's foundation are built in April on draft weekend. The Ravens have subscribed to this notion and credit their sustained success to their commitment to scouting and the NFL Draft.
DRAFT 2012: Ravens have options with 29th pick; will search for ‘deep depth’ in NFL draft - The Washington Post OWINGS MILLS, Md. — History could repeat itself for the Baltimore Ravens in the NFL draft.
(Check out the rest of the links after the 'Jump,' recommending the final story link for an interesting read)
The phone rings... Back then, it had a cord and a cradle and a number that belonged to more than one person.
The Ravens came tantalizingly close to a Super Bowl appearance in 2011, and several key players responded to the disappointment with determination. Then came free agency, with starting guard Ben Grubbs and linebacker Jarret Johnson and other key contributors moving on.
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1. First Round, 29th overall: Alshon Jeffery, WR, South Carolina.
Here are Baltimore's biggest draft needs, as well as some players they will target.
OWINGS MILLS -- Midwestern State offensive guard Amini Silatolu visited or had private workouts with the Kansas City Chiefs, Cincinnati Bengals, Dallas Cowboys, St. Louis Rams, Pittsburgh Steelers, Detroit Lions, Cleveland Browns, Indianapolis Colts and the Carolina Panthers.
OWINGS MILLS, Md. — The Baltimore Ravens will face a demanding schedule when they begin defense of their AFC North division title this fall — including eight games against playoff teams from last season.
Former Harlan and Drake kicker Billy Cundiff was the subject of a recent article in ESPN The Magazine. Cundiff, now with the Baltimore Ravens, uses a device known as an emWave to monitor his heart rate variability. The goal is to stay cool in pressure-packed situations.