About Joe Wedra

Joe Wedra

Joe has a passion for the Ravens and spends a great amount of time analyzing and often scrutinizing the various moves within the organization. He is an NFL Draft enthusiast and spends much of his free time studying tape of upcoming prospects. Although he’s young, he’s committed to absorbing as much as possible for his future as a sports journalist.

DRAFT PROSPECTS: Wide Receivers Round 4

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As a part of our coverage here at Russell Street Report, we’ll be featuring the best prospects all across the board in any situation the Ravens might come across. Whether it’s a receiver in the first round, a quarterback in the sixth, or a guard in the third, we’ll cover the Ravens best options in any scenario. Barring any trades, the team will pick in the middle of each round—so we’ll see who is available when the Ravens are projected to select their upcoming stars. This will make it easy...

DRAFT PROSPECTS: Wide Receivers Round 3

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As a part of our coverage here at Russell Street Report, we’ll be featuring the best prospects all across the board in any situation the Ravens might come across. Whether it’s a receiver in the first round, a quarterback in the sixth, or a guard in the third, we’ll cover the Ravens best options in any scenario. Barring any trades, the team will pick in the middle of each round—so we’ll see who is available when the Ravens are projected to select their upcoming stars. This will make it easy...

DRAFT PROSPECTS: Wide Receivers Round 2

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As a part of our coverage here at Russell Street Report, we’ll be featuring the best prospects all across the board in any situation the Ravens might come across. Whether it’s a receiver in the first round, a quarterback in the sixth, or a guard in the third, we’ll cover the Ravens best options in any scenario. Barring any trades, the team will pick in the middle of each round—so we’ll see who is available when the Ravens are projected to select their upcoming stars. This will make it easy...

DRAFT PROSPECTS: Wide Receivers Round 1

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As a part of our coverage here at Russell Street Report, we’ll be featuring the best prospects all across the board in any situation the Ravens might come across. Whether it’s a receiver in the first round, a quarterback in the sixth, or a guard in the third, we’ll cover the Ravens best options in any scenario. Barring any trades, the team will pick in the middle of each round—so we’ll see who is available when the Ravens are projected to select their upcoming stars. This will make it easy...

DRAFT PROSPECTS: Interior O-Line Recap

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We just finished up our recap of the upcoming 2014 NFL Draft’s most intriguing interior offensive line prospects. With the Ravens hiring Gary Kubiak as offensive coordinator, getting some new, more athletic offensive linemen is certainly at the top of the to-do list. Here’s a recap of what we detailed (click on the round to see the entire post): Round One Travis Swanson and Cyril Richardson should be on the Ravens’ radar. They are two big-bodied guys that could bulk up the interior of the line and help Kubiak’s offense...

DRAFT PROSPECTS: Interior O-Line Rounds 6-7

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As a part of our coverage here at Russell Street Report, we’ll be featuring the best prospects all across the board in any situation the Ravens might come across. Whether it’s a receiver in the first round, a quarterback in the sixth, or a guard in the third, we’ll cover the Ravens best options in any scenario. Barring any trades, the team will pick in the middle of each round—so we’ll see who is available when the Ravens are projected to select their upcoming stars. This will make it easy...

DRAFT PROSPECTS: Interior O-Line Round 5

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As a part of our coverage here at Russell Street Report, we’ll be featuring the best prospects all across the board in any situation the Ravens might come across. Whether it’s a receiver in the first round, a quarterback in the sixth, or a guard in the third, we’ll cover the Ravens best options in any scenario. Barring any trades, the team will pick in the middle of each round—so we’ll see who is available when the Ravens are projected to select their upcoming stars. This will make it easy...

DRAFT PROSPECTS: Interior O-Line Round 4

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As a part of our coverage here at Russell Street Report, we’ll be featuring the best prospects all across the board in any situation the Ravens might come across. Whether it’s a receiver in the first round, a quarterback in the sixth, or a guard in the third, we’ll cover the Ravens best options in any scenario. Barring any trades, the team will pick in the middle of each round—so we’ll see who is available when the Ravens are projected to select their upcoming stars. This will make it easy...

DRAFT PROSPECTS: Interior O-Line Round 3

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As a part of our pre-draft coverage here at Russell Street Report, we’ll be featuring the best prospects all across the board in any situation the Ravens might come across. Whether it’s a receiver in the first round, a quarterback in the sixth, or a guard in the third, we’ll cover the Ravens’ best options in any scenario. Barring any trades, the team will pick in the middle of each round—so we’ll see who is available when the Ravens are projected to select their upcoming stars. This will make it...

DRAFT PROSPECTS: Interior O-Line Round 2

stork
As a part of our pre-draft coverage here at Russell Street Report, we’ll be featuring the best prospects all across the board in any situation the Ravens might come across. Whether it’s a receiver in the first round, a quarterback in the sixth, or a guard in the third, we’ll cover the Ravens’ best options in any scenario. Barring any trades, the team will pick in the middle of each round—so we’ll see who is available when the Ravens are projected to select their upcoming stars. This will make it...

DRAFT PROSPECTS: Interior O-Line Round 1

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The Ravens brass stated that they weren’t happy with the 2013 Baltimore Ravens in the “State of the Ravens” presser on Tuesday. As always, the team’s goal is to get better for next year, and that all begins with the NFL Draft. As a part of our coverage here at Russell Street Report, we’ll be featuring the best prospects all across the board in any situation the Ravens might come across. Whether it’s a receiver in the first round, a quarterback in the sixth, or a guard in the third,...

BEHIND ENEMY LINES: Dalton Dooms Bengals Again

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The NFL is a tricky league. While teams leave no stone unturned in their search for talent, certain moves within organizations just don’t always turn out as expected. We learned a few things in this weekend’s Wild Card games. Some were obvious, perhaps things we already knew… Andrew Luck is a special athlete. The Chargers have the potential to make a Raven-esque run. Andy Dalton isn’t the answer for the Bengals. Watching Dalton’s Sunday battle against San Diego, I think we all saw the Bengals’ quarterback in a nutshell. He...

Baltimore, Champions Again!

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This season, Kurt Backert and I managed our fantasy football team for the Crown Royal Fantasy League (First and Crown). We were approached to enter this league and Tony Lombardi gave us the chance to represent RussellStreetReport.com. The league draft was held in Baltimore as other participants were flown in by Crown Royal from various locations around the country. Kurt drafted well and gave us our best chance to win on a weekly basis with a dynamic roster.   Kurt shares his royal experience… What a night for football! Not...

BEHIND ENEMY LINES: Steelers Hanging by a Thread

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After the “Miracle against Minnesota” and Monday Night’s finish, I don’t even want to know how next week’s game ends. Whether it was a 61-yard field goal or a crucial defensive stop, the Ravens came through clutch when they needed to. With some help from the Steelers—who are also still in the playoff hunt—the Ravens are in prime position to take the AFC North, and quite possibly, a first-round bye. Here’s what is going on Behind Enemy Lines: CINCINNATI BENGALS Injury Update: Sunday night’s loss against Pittsburgh was embarrassing. Although...

FANTASY BLITZ: These Aren’t the Gurus You’re Looking For

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Every fantasy football player in the country looks for the competitive edge to beat their opponent. Each game means bragging rights and sometimes winning or losing a friendly bet. (Well, friendly might not always describe it, but you get the point.) When we look for these tips for our team, we often turn to the few people that get paid to research and dedicate their work to fantasy football. This year, I am on the quest to find the most accurate and reliable fantasy football “guru”. I will spotlight on...

BEHIND ENEMY LINES: Bengals Make a Statement

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We won. It wasn’t painless and it wasn’t easy to watch, but one fact stands on its own—we won. You can find the updated playoff picture and scenarios here that highlights a possibility of Pittsburgh winning being favorable to the Ravens. While it will be tough, it’s a week where rooting for Pittsburgh is the right thing to do. With that said, here’s our weekly look Behind Enemy Lines—maybe the most important edition of the season.   CINCINNATI BENGALS Fact that Favors the Ravens: If there’s one thing that is making...

FANTASY BLITZ: Whose Advice to Take in Your Playoffs?

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Every fantasy football player in the country looks for the competitive edge to beat their opponent. Each game means bragging rights and sometimes winning or losing a friendly bet. (Well, friendly might not always describe it, but you get the point.) When we look for these tips for our team, we often turn to the few people that get paid to research and dedicate their work to fantasy football. This year, I am on the quest to find the most accurate and reliable fantasy football “guru”. I will spotlight on...

BEHIND ENEMY LINES: Bengals’ AFC North Lead Holds Steady

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We’ve always known that nothing is a sure thing in the NFL, but this 2013 season has driven that fact into our heads every Sunday like never before. Let’s face it: The AFC consists of one, maybe two, powerful teams. Other than Denver (in warm weather), New England, and Kansas City, the AFC can be summed up as a bunch of average teams struggling to keep their chins above the water. While the Ravens do control their own destiny, their schedule is fierce; the 6th spot is anything but locked...

FANTASY BLITZ: Gurus Battle for Crown as Regular Season Ends

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Every fantasy football player in the country looks for the competitive edge to beat their opponent. Each game means bragging rights and sometimes winning or losing a friendly bet. (Well, friendly might not always describe it, but you get the point.) When we look for these tips for our team, we often turn to the few people that get paid to research and dedicate their work to fantasy football. This year, I am on the quest to find the most accurate and reliable fantasy football “guru”. I will spotlight on...

BEHIND ENEMY LINES: Can Cincinnati Hold On Down the Stretch?

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Despite the collective “sky is falling” feeling from fans just a week ago, the Ravens are back in prime position to take the 6th Wild Card seed with just Tennessee and Pittsburgh ahead of John Harbaugh’s crew right now. A victory against the Steelers could take Pittsburgh out of the race—for now—and secure the Ravens’ place as the AFC North’s dark horse. Let’s take a look “Behind Enemy Lines” for the late stretch of the season. CINCINNATI BENGALS A Loss in the Near Future: A Ravens win and Steelers and...