Thursday Ravens links

Read what the rest of the web is saying about the Baltimore Ravens.

Will the Ravens still use their first pick on offense?

Even though the Ravens brought in Steve Smith, the Baltimore Sun's Matt Vensel writes that the organization may want to take a player on the offensive side of the ball with their first pick.

Ravens to host draft party

The Ravens will host a draft party at M&T Bank Stadium on May 8, the first day of the NFL draft, writes the Baltimore Sun's Jeff Zrebiec.

Should Flacco be doing more this offseason?

Russell Street Report's Brian Bower offers his take on the notion that Flacco should be around the team's facility night and day this offseason.

Ray Lewis' home back on the market

Purple Reign Show's Phil Gentile writes that Ray Lewis' Maryland home is back on the market, this time for $950,000 after the home did not sell last summer.

Doss eager for new start with Ravens

Tandon Doss is looking forward to being a Jacksonville Jaguar, writes CSNBaltimore.com's Bo Smolka.

Ravens hoping for run on quarterbacks

BaltimoreRavens.com's Garrett Downing writes that director of college scouting Joe Hortiz is hoping there is a run on quarterbacks early in the NFL draft, meaning that there are more players at positions of need available.

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