Reed Goes 29th in “All-Time” Draft

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Ed goes ahead of Ray in “All Time” draft. Which is a bigger need – center or right tackle? Flacco likes Woodhead as a receiver. Ravens going high-tech.

Ravens 16th in PFT Preseason Power Rankings

PFT gets to the Ravens in their power rankings, bringing them in at #16. This isn’t just one of those lame one-line explanation lists though; they have categories like biggest positive/negative changes, and who the writers would like to have a beer with on the teams. 16 seem about right to you?

Ravens to Enter “Mixed Reality” with Holographic Players

The Sun’s Jeff Barker has a fascinating story on a new company the Ravens are working with. Towson-based Mixed River creates holographic images of opponents for the Ravens to use in game preparation. According to Barker, “the effect is akin to entering a Madden video game.”

Flacco Calls Woodhead Team’s Best Receiving Back Since Rice

PFF explains why Joe is on the mark in his comparison.

Five Storylines to Watch at Ravens Training Camp

PressBox’s Bo Smolka will be keeping an eye on the receivers, tight ends, Kamalei Correa and other young pass rushers, and more.

MMQB All-Time Draft: Results

Monday Morning Quarterback staged an “All-Time” draft, where teams selected based on every player in NFL history. Ed Reed went 29th overall, seven spots ahead of Ray Lewis – and a hundred ahead of Troy Polamalu. I approve heartily of this draft. Check it out to see where Johnny U, Jon Ogden and other Baltimore legends went.

Bigger Need: Center or Right Tackle?

Baltimore Sports and Life’s Robert Habib tries to figure out which hole along the Ravens OL is most glaring. Not an easy problem to…tackle.

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