It's been a hectic few months for the Baltimore Ravens, winners of Super Bowl XLVII, and The Huffington Post recently caught up with three-time Pro Bowl running back Ray Rice and, later, with wide receiver Torrey Smith to talk about it.
An amazing job by the Ravens despite starting at No. 32.
Let's break down the Baltimore Ravens' 2013 draft.
The Ravens entered the 2013 NFL Draft not only as the defending Super Bowl Champions, but almost as needy as a team that finished the 2012 season with seven wins and out of the playoffs, at least when it comes to the defensive side of the football.
There’s a simple reason for why former Ole Miss basketball star Murphy Holloway signed with the Baltimore Ravens Saturday night: they had the best plan to turn him into a football player.
Miami brings in former Ravens tackle Bryant McKinnie for interview and physical.
Spoiler: They take the news well.