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Ravens news 6/25: Trusting Humphrey, good guy Ed, the undrafted question

NFL: Baltimore Ravens at Los Angeles Chargers Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Ravens leaning on ‘super-talented’ Marlon Humphrey -

The 16th player picked in the 2017 NFL Draft, Humphrey started half the Ravens’ games last season, but Pro Football Focus still judged the former Crimson Tide standout as No. 97 in its ratings of NFL players in 2018 regardless of position. “The thing that jumps out to me about Marlon is the fact that he is a super-detailed guy when it comes to technique and playing his position,” Ravens coach John Harbaugh said during Baltimore’s minicamp. “He’s very coachable. He listens to every word you say, and then he tries to apply it in his way. He tries to understand. He’s very smart, so he can understand the point that’s being made, and then he goes to work on it. If you watch him play, he’s not just a talented guy -- he is super-talented. But he applies technique at a really high level, and that’s what makes him so good.”

Ed Reed continues to show love for Baltimore - Final Drive

Sean Modster and Antoine Wesley Face Long Odds, But Keep Making Plays - Clifton Brown

“With 13 wide receivers on the Ravens’ 90-man roster, Antoine Wesley and Sean Modster know nothing is guaranteed for them. The wide receiver position battle will be intense and crowded once training camp begins, but Wesley and Modster have already shown they don’t back down from competition. Both displayed reliable hands and the ability to get open during OTA’s and mandatory minicamp.”

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