Fire: Dean Pees- The Ravens defensive coordinator.
Hire: Kris Richard- The Seattle Seahawks secondary coach.
Joe Flacco, QB
Ed Reed, S
Dannell Ellerbe, ILB
Cary Williams, CB- CUT
Ma’ake Kemoeatu, DT- CUT
Ryan McBean, DE- CUT
Sean Considine, S- CUT
Bryant McKinnie, OT- CUT
Bobbie Williams, OG- CUT
Paul Kruger, OLB- CUT
Sergio Kindle, OLB- CUT
Chris Johnson, CB- CUT
David Reed, WR- CUT
Anquan Boldin, WR- TRADE
Matt Birk, C- RETIRE
Ray Lewis, MLB- RETIRE
Danario Alexander, WR (SD)
Branden Albert, OT (KC)
Tracy Porter, CB (DEN)
Israel Idonije, DE (CHI)
Rd. Name, Pos. (Ht. Wt.) School-
Assuming the Ravens Receive a 3rd, 5th, and 6th Round Pick for All of the Free Agent Loses
1. Robert Woods, WR (6-1 190lbs) USC- He is a well rounded and explosive wide receiving talent. On one play he could stretch the field over the top for a 60 yard touchdown. On the next play he can run a three yard slant over the middle and convert a first down. He is a player that has a polished route tree and understands how to get open. He is exciting with the ball in his hand and he can turn a five yard bubble screen into a 50 yard gain. Woods will leave it all out on the field, selling out his body to make a play.
2. Shayne Skov, ILB (6-3 245lbs) Stanford- Skov is an intimidating presence on the field. Aside from his massive amounts of eye black, Skov possesses high 4.5 speed and incredible instincts.
3. Phillip Thomas, S (6-1 215lbs) Fresno State- Thomas was one of the tops in the country in intercepting the ball. He is an all-around great player and can make an immediate impact. He can cover well, (like Ed Reed) and he can come up in run support (like Pollard).
3. Cornellius (Tank) Carradine, DE (6-4 265lbs) FSU- “Tank” Carradine aside frome his already awesome name. He has great hand play, and un-believable power. He explodes off the ball, and his versatility is no joke. He could easily play the 3-4 DE or OLB positions.
4. Zaviar Gooden, OLB (6-2 230lbs) Missouri- Gooden is one of the fastest outside linebackers ever. He has reportedly been clocked in the 4.4s which is almost unbelievable. Aside from being just fast he is one of the best pass-rushers in this draft.
5. Josh Boyd, DT (6-3 300lbs) Mississippi- Used to playing DE in a 3-4 on either side, as well as the NT position. This is the guy at DT that won't cost that high of a draft pick.
5. Will Davis, CB (6-0 185lbs) Utah State- Played great late in the season. Davis ended his senior year with 5 straight games having an interception. He is a play maker, and a coverage guy. He plays well in the press and is very physical at the line.
6. Blaize Foltz, G (6-4 310lbs) TCU- Foltz is said to be capable in both pass and run protection. If Gradkowski assumes starting centre, depth will be required for the interior.
6. Travis Kelce, TE (6-5 260lbs) Cincinnati- Kelce, who lines up both on the line of scrimmage and in the slot, looks the part and has the athleticism to stretch the field and create after the catch, doing a nice job using his hands to snatch the ball out of the air.
7. Collin Klein, QB (6-5 230lbs) Kansas State-Joe Flacco’s durability is outstanding, but there is always the chance that he will go down. When he does go down the Ravens need someone to take over. But many people think his play style wont transfer into the NFL.
1. D.J. Hayden, CB (6-0 190lbs) Houston
2. Josh Jenkins, OG (6-4 305lbs) West Virginia
3. Chuck Jacobs, WR (6-0 180lbs) Utah State
4. Shamarko Thomas, S (5-10 210lbs) Syracuse
5. Jake Johnson, ILB (6-1 240lbs) South Alabama
6. Darius Smith, DT (6-2 315lbs) Miami Fla.
7. Kendial Lawrence, RB (5-9 195lbs) Missouri
8. Jakar Hamilton, FS (6-2 205lbs) South Carolina State
9. Ryan Dannewitz, OT (6-5 300lbs) Colorado
10. MarQueis Gray, WR (6-4 250lbs) Minnesota
Edited by acosta2277, 12 December 2012 - 04:38 PM.