The Baltimore Beatdown staff takes a look at the most likely cap casualties
The Ravens top offseason priority is Brandon Williams. Williams is the best run defending defensive tackle in the NFL, and is arguably the best overall defensive tackle in the league.
Over the last two seasons, Kyle Juszczyk has revolutionized a fullback position that had been previously dying off in the modern NFL. As opposed to fullbacks of old that served as battering rams...
The Ravens defensive line is usually thought of as the deepest unit on the team. However, the late season slump in the 2016 season seems to speak against this.
Next to Myles Garett, Tim Williams could be the most talented pass rusher in the draft class. His get-off is certainly unmatched by anyone not named Garrett.
A Look at some Ravens who may not make it to April
Former NFL running back Trent Richardson is making headlines again, for all the wrong reasons. According to Carol Robinson of Al.com, the former Browns and Colts running back was arrested Thursday night in Alabama on a domestic violence charge.
An interesting (and often painful) look back
Cleveland has $106.5 million of cap space and five draft picks in the top-65
It is hard to talk about the Ravens without discussing their secondary but there is one guy whose name I rarely hear, Maurice Canady. Canady was selected by Baltimore in the sixth round of the 2016...