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OWINGS MILLS, Md. — The Baltimore Ravens present a tough challenge for Cleveland Browns quarterback DeShone Kizer’s first NFL road game.

Some might even say it’s the ultimate challenge.

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Under coach John Harbaugh, the Ravens are a perfect 5-0 against rookie quarterbacks at M&T Bank Stadium. Baltimore has held those young passers to a combined two touchdowns and seven interceptions for a dreadful 60.2 passer rating.

The Ravens face Kizer after shutting out the Bengals, 20-0, in the opener and forcing three-time Pro Bowl quarterback Andy Dalton to tie a career high with four interceptions.

This doesn’t mean the Ravens are overlooking Kizer, who delivered a promising debut in a 21-18 season-opening loss to Pittsburgh. Kizer, 21, completed 20 of 30 passes for 222 yards against the Steelers, throwing one touchdown and one interception.

“He’s only going to get better. I mean, he’s in there for a reason,” Harbaugh said. “Hue Jackson knows what he’s doing when it comes to quarterbacks. He believes in his rookie quarterback — talent, head, poise, all those things. He believes he has a great quarterback there, so that’s the quarterback we’re going to prepare for.”

Jackson happened to be the Ravens’ quarterbacks coach in Joe Flacco’s rookie season. He helped Flacco win 11 games in his first year, which ended with Baltimore in the AFC championship game.

But Baltimore hasn’t been as kind to opposing rookie quarterbacks:

In November 2011, the Ravens picked off Dalton three times, including twice in the second half. In both instances, Baltimore quickly converted the turnovers into touchdowns.

In September 2012, Baltimore had to sweat it out as Brandon Weeden moved the Browns to the Baltimore 33-yard line before a fourth-down pass into the end zone fell incomplete. The Ravens had earlier produced a key turnover against Weeden, who had an interception returned 63 yards for a touchdown by cornerback Cary Williams.

In November 2013, the Ravens limited Geno Smith to 9 of 22 passing for 127 yards and two interceptions. Baltimore stopped the Jets on 11 of 12 third-down tries and shut out New York for the final 51 minutes.

In November 2016, Baltimore roughed up Cody Kessler into 11 of 17 passing for 91 yards. Jackson decided to bench Kessler after one drive in the second half, and the Ravens went on to shut out Cleveland after halftime.

In December 2016, Carson Wentz came to Baltimore after producing consecutive 300-yard passing games. But the Ravens picked off Wentz on the third play of the game and held him to 93 yards passing after the third quarter.

On Sunday, the Ravens look to keep their undefeated home streak alive against rookie quarterbacks. The Browns, though, extended one of their own streaks as well. Kizer became the 27th quarterback to start for the Browns since 1999.

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SAN DIEGO — Linebacker Ray Lewis was active for the Baltimore Ravens’ 34-14 loss to the San Diego Chargers.
Lewis missed the past four games with a toe injury. That didn’t stop the Ravens, who won all four of those games.

Inactive for the Ravens were wide receivers LaQuan Williams and Tandon Doss, running back Anthony Allen, defensive back Danny Gorrer, outside linebacker Chavis Williams, nose tackle Brandon McKinney and outside linebacker Sergio Kindle.

Inactive for the Chargers were wide receiver Bryan Walters, cornerback Shareece Wright, defensive end Jacques Cesaire, offensive lineman Tony Moll, outside linebacker Everette Brown and linebacker LB Nate Triplett.

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Baltimore Ravens defensive lineman Carl Davis showed his appreciation to his mother in the form of one big surprise.

On Sunday, Davis bought his mom a BMW and drove it up to her church unannounced. He didn’t even tell her that he was in town and waited for her to come out to the parking lot.

The reaction from his mother — which included a lot of screams as well as tears — was priceless. Thankfully, he shared it all on Instagram.
Davis, a third-round pick from a year ago, started three games as a rookie and finished with 11 tackles and two batted passes. He is popularly known for getting stuck with a $11,561.52 dinner bill by his teammates last December. This time, however, Davis got to spend his money on something more personal.

Giving back to mothers is becoming a tradition with the Ravens. Last year, offensive linemen Kelechi Osemele and John Urschel each purchased houses for their moms.

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OWINGS MILLS, Md. — Baltimore Ravens running back Terrance West offered some advice for fantasy football owners Monday.

“It’d be smart to grab me,” he said. “That’s the smart way to do it.”

A reporter then asked: “Why’s that?”

“Why’s that?” West responded. “You’ll see.”
Ravens running back Terrance West led Baltimore with 774 yards rushing last season. Tommy Gilligan/USA TODAY Sports
West is just the 97th-ranked player in ESPN’s fantasy football rankings. There are 37 running backs ahead of him despite his advantageous position.

He is a near lock to be the Ravens’ starting running back this season. West led Baltimore with 774 rushing yards last season, and he has a stronger grip on the job now.

Kenneth Dixon, who was expected to push West for carries, is out for the season with a knee injury. Danny Woodhead will be a factor in the passing game, but he’s had only two games of double-digit carries in the last four seasons. And Buck Allen has looked better in camp, but he was a healthy scratch for the final four regular-season games in 2016.

“He’s a young player still,” coach John Harbaugh said of West. “I think he’s steadily improving. Even physically, he’s improving. He’s maturing and working hard in the offseason.”

As West put it, he worked his tail off to lose 12 pounds. He’s also excited about the Ravens’ new downhill running game under assistant coach Greg Roman.

 

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West likened himself to Frank Gore, who averaged 1,164 yards per season and scored 29 touchdowns overall under Roman in San Francisco.

“He’s patient,” West said of Gore. “He’s got great vision. People sleep on his speed and he can take it the distance.”

Baltimore is looking for West to become more explosive. He averaged 4.0 yards per carry in 2016, and he had more attempts stopped behind the line of scrimmage (21) than runs of 10 or more yards (19).

This is an important year for West personally. He will earn $1.797 million this season as a restricted free agent, a salary that ranks 18th among running backs this season.

West will be an unrestricted free agent at the end of the season. That’s why it would be fortuitous for West to receive the bulk of the carries this season, which he believes plays to his style.

“As the game go, I get stronger and stronger,” he said. “I get to feel the defense out, how the linebackers are pursuing the ball, and get lanes for cutbacks.”

At Towson University, West ran the ball 413 times in his final season, averaging 25.8 carries per game. West, though, has eclipsed 20 carries in only four games during his three-year NFL career.

“He can certainly handle the load,” running backs coach Thomas Hammock said. “He’s proven that.”

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Linebacker Zach Orr is exploring a comeback five months after announcing his retirement at the age of 24 because of a congenital spine and neck condition.

Appearing on NFL Network, Orr said Wednesday that his time away from the game has fueled his desire to return.

“Now that I actually had a taste of maybe the game being taken away from me, I’m even more hungry to play,” Orr said.

A CAT scan after the 2016 season revealed that the first cervical vertebrae at the top of his spine never fully formed, and that puts Orr at an increased risk for death and paralysis.

Orr said he received additional opinions on his spine and neck condition during his brief respite from football.

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“I had my mind made up. I was like, ‘Man, the doctors told me I was done,'” Orr said. “This is a serious issue. So I’m going to leave it alone. But I just kept hearing that from multiple people and some were telling me to just go check out and seek out some more opinions and things like that and come to find out my condition, it is rare — 0.01 percent of the people have what I have — but there’s no actual evidence or facts that I’m at a higher risk than any other player. And it’s actually been documented that a college player who had the exact same thing that I have returned to play with no problems.”

Baltimore Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome acknowledged Orr’s intent to play in a brief statement Wednesday.

“I spoke with Zach yesterday and he informed me that he would like to continue to play football,” Newsome’s statement said. “He is a free agent.”

Baltimore declined to tender Orr in March as a restricted free agent because no one expected him to play.

At least eight teams have reached out to Orr since he declared his intention to play again, and he’s scheduled to visit the Lions on Thursday, a source told ESPN’s Dan Graziano.
“I really don’t know [where I’ll play] yet,” he said. “I’m eager to see. I just want to play football. I just want to play ball. I mean, perfect situation, perfect scenario, of course Baltimore I have a great relationship with everybody in that organization. … So perfect scenario, Baltimore obviously would be favorites. But I just want to play football. And at the end of the day, that’s what I want to do. I love ball and I’m ready to give whoever or whatever my all out there on the field.”

The Ravens have used 2016 second-round pick Kamalei Correa at Orr’s position at inside linebacker during offseason workouts.

“They’ve seen how I’ve been talking, how I’ve been working and just kind of my focus in the offseason,” Orr said. “I haven’t really been talking or working out like a retired player. So now I’ll probably get a lot of messages from a lot of people. A lot of people didn’t really know because I kind of just wanted to keep it under wraps and not jump to quick decisions or anything like that.”

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OWINGS MILLS, Md. — Undrafted rookie Quincy Adeboyejo has been the Baltimore Ravens’ most impressive wide receiver over the past week of training camp, running past the team’s top defenders and pulling in receptions deep downfield.

Still, his most unreal catch remains the one from last summer. Adeboyejo reeled in a four-foot shark the first time he went fishing.

This isn’t a fish tale. Adeboyejo posted the fishing excursion off the shore of Biloxi, Mississippi, on Twitter.

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Adeboyejo was invited to go fishing by Shea Patterson on the Ole Miss quarterback’s boat. Adeboyejo hooked the shark, but someone on the boat failed to get the shark on to the boat.

“I was definitely nervous,” Adeboyejo said. “I had to watch a few guys catch a few sharks first so I knew it was safe. I finally went out and did it. It was crazy.”

What’s crazy is how Adeboyejo has stood out as the team’s best deep threat. No one on the Ravens — not Jeremy Maclin nor Mike Wallace — has produced more big plays over the past couple days of training camp.

At this past Saturday’s practice at Navy, Adeboyejo continued that momentum by catching three long passes along the sideline before a crowd of 10,321 fans.

“What you saw [Saturday night] is what we have seen pretty much every day in training camp,” coach John Harbaugh said. “To see him come out tonight under the lights with the crowd and play the way he did, it is good to see.”

Adeboyejo was considered the top undrafted rookie to sign with the Ravens because of his big-play ability. He ran the fifth-fastest 40-yard dash (4.42 seconds) among wide receivers at the NFL combine, and six of his 11 career touchdowns were 20 yards or longer.

 

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With 15 teams interested in him after going undrafted, Adeboyejo chose Baltimore primarily because of previous ties. Ravens wide receiver coach Bobby Engram coached him at the East-West Shrine game.

“I just trusted in Bobby and I like him — his personality and him as a coach,” Adeboyejo said.

He didn’t generate much buzz in offseason practices or the first week of training camp. The turning point occurred when it looked like his camp might be over.

Adeboyejo fell hard to the ground in trying to make a catch and held his back. He was then carted off the field.
“I kind of just got a stinger in my leg and I couldn’t really put pressure on it,” he said. “I was walking, but the trainer just insisted I get carted off since it was such a far walk and I was limping so hard. It wasn’t too serious.”

Adeboyejo returned the next day and looked like a different receiver. He beat both starting corners, Jimmy Smith and Brandon Carr, as well as nickelback Lardarius Webb for big plays downfield.

A bubble player, Adeboyejo is battling Michael Campanaro, Griff Whalen, Chris Matthews, Kenny Bell and Tim White for the Nos. 5 or 6 receiver spots on the 53-man roster.

“Guys are afraid of speed,” Adeboyejo said. “So when you’re running fast, it’s easy to get out of breaks when they think you’re going to beat them deep every play.”

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OWINGS MILLS, Md. — The Baltimore Ravens lost more than their potential starting center Thursday when John Urschel surprised everyone with his retirement. The Ravens lost some IQ points, as well.

Urschel is pursuing his doctorate at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and has published papers in mathematics journals. He has one of the brightest minds in the country, much less football.

So, who is the smartest player in the Ravens’ locker room now?

“I think we’re looking into getting an SAT for everyone,” running back Danny Woodhead said with a smile. “I’ll let you know what the scores are.”

The odds-on favorite is tight end Benjamin Watson, who is rumored to have an IQ of 172 (which signifies superior intelligence). Watson scored 48 out of 50 on the Wonderlic test (about 28 points higher than the average player), and he has authored two books.

Unlike Watson, the oldest player on the Ravens, Urschel decided to walk away from the game at the age of 26. He is the 14th player to retire at age 30 or younger this offseason. Last offseason, 20 players retired at 30 or younger.

Woodhead wouldn’t describe the high number of football players retiring at a young age as surprising.

“I can’t say I’ve looked around the league and been like, ‘There’s a 27-year-old retiring,'” Woodhead said. “I’m focusing on what my job is. I think it might complicate things if I start worrying about other people.”

The concern over long-term brain trauma has led players to call it quits early in their careers. Urschel’s retirement came two days after a medical study indicated that chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) was found in nearly 99 percent of deceased NFL players’ brains that were donated to scientific research.

“I think it’s personal preference to look into it or not look into it,” safety Eric Weddle said. “I’ve been playing tackle football since first grade, and I’m as sharp as ever. I don’t really pay attention to it. I’m just trying to do my job and do the best that I can. I’ll worry about that stuff later down the line.”

Weddle believes that how you take care of yourself as you get older — from exercising to challenging your mind — has more of an effect than playing football.

“I may be different on the issue, but I don’t tend to worry about things I can’t control,” Weddle said. “What I can control is being the best at what I do.”

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BALTIMORE — How does the most accurate kicker in NFL history get ready for training camp? Kicking balls to kids at a city park.

Justin Tucker of the Baltimore Ravens tweeted Monday that he was going to kick at Patterson Park, and he was thrilled to see about 100 fans and their children show up for the impromptu personal practice.

“You all make me feel like Odell Beckham or something,” Tucker said. “I got a whole crew here.”

This is the first time in a couple of years that Tucker has held one of his fan-aided workouts. He spent about 90 minutes kicking what seemed like 100 balls from 30 to 71 yards out.
Ravens kicker Justin Tucker visits with fans after a public workout at Patterson Park in Baltimore. Jamison Hensley/ESPN
Nearly every one of Tucker’s kicks sailed through the uprights, where the younger fans raced after the balls and threw them back to the NFL’s reigning All-Pro kicker.

“Getting that chance to hang out with some of our fans before the season really gets started is special to me,” Tucker said.

Tucker, whose career success rate is 89.8 percent, began the practice by warming up with fans. He ran sideline to sideline, where he was followed by a kids camp being held at the park.

He stuck to his usual workout routine, even simulating certain game situations. Heading over to the sideline, Tucker ran back on the field, saying, “There’s two seconds remaining and the bad guys are leading by a point.”

Tucker then drilled the kick straight down the middle, and the fans cheered.

“I was going to be kicking anyway, so I might as well make it a little bit more fun, get a few more eyes on me,” Tucker said. “It ups the ante a little bit. It makes it more game-like. I get to simulate what game day feels like when a bunch of people are watching.”

Hitting footballs at a local park seems to fit Tucker’s humble beginnings. He was a tryout player for the Ravens in 2012 before being an All-Pro in two of the last four seasons.

“It’s not about me individually being the best or wanting to be the best,” Tucker said. “It’s my teammates and I, it’s our coaches and myself wanting to do great things together. Right now, I’m out here on my own — other than the neighborhood. I’m just doing my part. So when Sundays start rolling around, we’ll be ready.”

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In his way-too-early 2018 mock draft, ESPN’s Todd McShay has the Baltimore Ravens taking Florida wide receiver Antonio Callaway, a selection that will be applauded by some and debated by others.

There’s no questioning that the Ravens will need another target for quarterback Joe Flacco next season. Baltimore didn’t draft a wide receiver in the 2017 draft, and wide receiver Mike Wallace will be a free agent at the end of this season.

The issue here is whether the Ravens would use a first-round pick on Callaway, who is a threat to score every time he touches the ball but has some character concerns. He was accused of sexual assault in December 2015 (he was eventually cleared of the charges) and acknowledged using drugs. The Ravens traditionally stay away from players with red flags when it deals with first-round picks.

Callaway is Florida’s No. 1 receiver, catching 89 passes for 1,399 yards receiving (an average of 15.7 yards per reception) in two seasons. With his combination of speed and elusiveness, he has been compared to Percy Harvin. Callaway has scored seven touchdowns as a receiver and three as a returner in two seasons with the Gators.

Here’s a look at McShay’s previous picks for the Ravens in his way-too-early mock drafts:

2015: Cameron Erving, OL, Florida State

2016: Carl Lawson, LB, Auburn

2017: Christian McCaffrey, RB, Stanford

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The Ravens pounced on Ronnie Stanley with the No. 6-overall pick in last year’s draft, despite still having Eugene Monroe on the roster at the time.

Good thing they did, because Baltimore could have been in a major pickle this year had it passed on the Notre Dame left tackle.

This year’s offensive tackle draft class is not highly regarded. While that makes Assistant General Manager Eric DeCosta feeling “very fortunate” to get Stanley last year, it presents a challenge for a team looking for a starting right tackle after the free-agent departure of Rick Wagner.

“I think last year was a very, very strong offensive line class, and I think we were recipients of that,” DeCosta said Wednesday. “I think this year the numbers are probably down a little bit.”

Last year, five offensive tackles were taken in the first round, including four in the top 16 picks. There were five in 2015, four in 2014 and five in 2013. In 2013, three were taken in the first four selections.

This year, there are three tackles projected to be first-round selections – Wisconsin’s Ryan Ramczyk, Alabama’s Cam Robinson and Utah’s Garrett Bolles – and there’s no guarantee that they’ll for sure go then.

It’s not just a lack of numbers at the top either. There isn’t much depth to this year’s offensive tackle class.

It begs the question: if the Ravens are going to find a plug-and-play right tackle, do they need to get that player with either pick No. 16 or 47?

“You don’t have the volume of players, but you have some very good players on the offensive line,” DeCosta said.

“What we try to do is really target specific players that we think might be options for us in various rounds. Looking at it from that standpoint, we have probably one or two or three guys at tackle that we would consider in the first round, second round, third round [or] fourth round. So, we have options.”

The Ravens used first-round picks on Stanley (2016) and Michael Oher (2009). The team used a second-round pick on Kelechi Osemele (2012). Both Oher and Osemele started at right tackle during their rookie seasons.

In 2013, the Ravens used their fifth-round pick to grab Wagner. He didn’t start as a rookie, but took over at right tackle in his second season and eventually became the NFL’s highest-paid right tackle this offseason.

So, could Baltimore wait to find its right tackle of the future?

“We have done a good job, I think, in the past of taking offensive linemen in the mid-rounds and then developing those guys in-house and seeing those guys become players for us,” DeCosta said.

“You don’t have to necessarily take an offensive lineman in the first round to get rewards from that. You can take a guy in the second round, third round, fourth round, fifth round [and] put him through your process in-house with your coaching, and your offseason program, and these guys do get better and end up being pretty good players for you.”