Baltimore Ravens 2014 NFL draft

Five takeaways from the Ravens' draft


The Ravens surprised quite a few with some of their picks.

A look at the 2014 Baltimore Ravens draft class


Three days and nine picks later, the Ravens' Class of 2014 has taken shape.

C.J. Mosley writing on the wall from the start


Every indicator prior to the 2014 NFL draft suggested that Mosley would be available at 17 and that he would represent one of the best players available at that selection

Ravens 2014 Undrafted Free Agent Signings


We keep track of the Ravens' undrafted free agent signings so you don't have to.

Ravens take Michael Campanaro in seventh round


The Ravens made a trade with the Browns and drafted Michael Campanaro with the 218th overall pick in the seventh round.

Ravens take QB Keith Wenning 194th overall


Baltimore picked Ball State QB Keith Wenning with its final pick of the draft.

Ravens take PSU OG John Urschel 175th overall


The Ravens added Penn State guard John Urschel with the 175th overall pick.

VIDEO: John Harbaugh calls out Todd McShay


Appearing on NFL Network, John Harbaugh disagreed with Todd McShay, who criticized the Ravens for taking Timmy Jernigan.

Lorenzo Taliaferro taken 138th overall by Ravens


With its second fourth-round pick, the Ravens took

Ravens take UVA DT Brent Urban with 134th pick


The Ravens added another defensive tackle in the fourth round.


Dan Kadar breaks down Ravens' day two picks


Read what SB Nation's Dan Kadar had to say about Baltimore's three picks on Friday.

Jernigan, Brooks 'to do damage together'


From Florida State to Baltimore.

For those wondering about Crockett Gillmore...


Here's a great .gif of Crockett Gillmore doing what he does best.

Ravens draft CSU TE Crockett Gillmore 99th overall


The Ravens selected Colorado State tight end Crockett Gillmore with their second third-round pick.

Ravens take FSU FS Terrence Brooks at pick 79


The Ravens selected FSU free safety Terrence Brooks with its first third-round pick.

Ravens take Timmy Jernigan with 48th overall pick


Baltimore's second-round pick is FSU defensive tackle Timmy Jernigan.

The forgotten school in Ravens draft history


The Ravens have found talent in almost every location

Was Mosley the best pick for the Ravens in first?


C.J. Mosley is will improve the defense, but should the Ravens have addressed their need at safety first?

Ray Lewis gives approval to Mosley pick


Ray Lewis, now an analyst on ESPN, had a positive reaction to the Baltimore Ravens selecting inside linebacker C.J. Mosley during the first round Thursday night.

NFL first round values and reaches


With the first round in the books, which teams reached and which teams let a stud player fall down to them?

Ravens interested in Mosley, Martin at 17th pick


Mosley said he had an idea the Ravens were going to take him.

C.J. Mosley grew up Ravens fan


Mosley was taken with the 17th overall pick.

Scouting Report - Linebacker C.J. Mosley


With the 17th pick, the Baltimore Ravens select Alabama linebacker, C.J. Mosley. Let's take an in-depth look at what type of player Mosley is...

#17 - The Ravens choose C.J. Mosley


Ozzie Newsome goes for the Alabama linebacker to hopefully replace future Hall of Fame linebacker Ray Lewis. Congratulations to both Mosley and the Ravens on a great selection, the first inside...

And with the first pick in the 2014 NFL Draft...


The Houston Texans sat on the clock until the final minute or two, looking like they were still waiting for trade partners. While they were reported to be looking for three first round picks for...

NFL Draft 2014: Start time, TV schedule, etc.


The Baltimore Ravens will put together their 2014 draft class over the next three days.

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