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OWINGS MILLS, Md. — The Baltimore Ravens re-signed cornerback Jimmy Smith to a one-year deal on Monday, keeping one of the NFL’s most talented secondaries intact.

Smith can earn up to $6 million this season, agent Drew Rosenhaus told ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

The Ravens once again have four first-round picks in the defensive backfield in Smith, cornerbacks Authentic Marlon Humphrey Jersey and Authentic Marcus Peters Jersey, and safety Authentic Earl Thomas Jersey. Last season, Baltimore ranked sixth in pass defense (207.2 yards) and second in lowest passer rating allowed (77.5).

Smith, 31, will rotate with Peters and Humphrey on the outside, and Authentic Tavon Young Jersey will line up in the slot. In nine games, Smith made one interception and broke up six passes, allowing an impressive 62.8 passer rating on throws in his direction.

The expectation was Smith would sign elsewhere when he hit free agency for the first time. But the Ravens surprisingly brought him back by continuing to invest in their pass defense.

“He’s a dominant corner when he’s healthy and he’s right,” Ravens defensive coordinator Don “Wink” Martindale said toward the end of the regular season.

The long-standing challenge for Smith has been staying on the field. Injuries and suspensions have consistently derailed him during his nine-year career and kept Smith from being a Pro Bowl player. A 2011 first-round pick, Smith has been sidelined for one-fourth of the the regular-season games in his career (a total of 37 games missed) and missed six games last season because of a sprained knee.

Smith, Baltimore’s top corner from 2014 to 2018, is also the longest-tenured Ravens defensive player. The only current players who have been in Baltimore longer are punter Authentic Sam Koch Jersey and long-snapper Authentic Morgan Cox Jersey.

Smith’s place in Ravens history has long been secured. In February 2013, he broke up the San Francisco 49ers’ final pass, knocking the ball away from Authentic Michael Crabtree Jersey in the end zone and essentially clinching the Super Bowl title for Baltimore.

In 107 games, Smith has totaled 329 tackles, 14 interceptions and 70 passes defensed. He has scored three touchdowns (two off interceptions and one from a fumble recovery).

In addition to Smith, Baltimore brought back Authentic Anthony Levine Sr. Jersey, one of the team’s top special teams players, on a one-year deal. His streak of 112 games played is the third longest among current Ravens.

Smith and Levine are among seven free agents to re-sign with the Ravens this offseason. The others are defensive linemen Authentic Jihad Ward Jersey and Authentic Justin Ellis Jersey, returner Authentic DeAnthony Thomas Jersey, safety Authentic Jordan Richards Jersey and offensive tackle Authentic Andre Smith Jersey.

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Marquise Brown Plans to Make Big Plays For Ravens Offense

Ravens first-round draft pick Marquise “Hollywood” Brown was born two weeks before his due date weighing five pounds, six ounces.

Being the biggest guy in class growing up wasn’t Brown’s destiny. But in football, he has consistently measured up.

One of college football’s most explosive wide receivers at Oklahoma, Brown excelled with speed, change-of-direction, toughness, and smarts. His penchant for playmaking endeared him to the Ravens, who were undeterred by his smallish 5-foot-9, 166-pound frame. The Ravens believe Brown will bring some Hollywood to their offense as a quick-strike weapon, and they acted on that belief by selecting him 25th overall Thursday night, the first wide receiver taken in the NFL Draft.

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At his introductory press conference Friday, Brown made it clear he wasn’t concerned with being the first wide receiver drafted. He is more concerned with getting to the end zone, as often as he can.

“I’ve been watching the Ravens growing up,” Brown said. “I know the tradition here. I know the standard here, and I’m ready to come in and make a difference right away. Playoff run last year, I’m looking to help this team make it farther than that. So, I’m just glad to be here, glad to be a Raven, and glad to get started.”
Brown had gaudy numbers at Oklahoma last season, 75 catches for 1,318 yards and 10 touchdowns, averaging 17.1 yards per catch. As much as the Ravens talk about running the football next season, they also want an offense that is less methodical and more explosive. New Offensive Coordinator Greg Roman believes Brown will be a key piece in the Ravens’ attack. Brown has tremendous speed, not just straight-line speed, but elusive moves that allow him to evade tacklers after making the catch.

What was Roman’s reaction when Ravens General Manager Eric DeCosta made the Brown pick official?

“I was accused of having a beaming smile on my face,” Roman said.

“We can play him inside, outside, short, deep, all kinds of things, and we’re really only limited by our imagination. He brings that kind of versatility to the Ravens. So, very thrilled. I would just close in saying that on his visit, I got an incredible feel, I think, as did a lot of people, about just the grit and toughness and competitiveness that really emanated from him and what you’re looking for. So, can’t wait to get to work with him.”

Brown was accompanied at the press conference by his sister Shanice and his mother, Shannon James, who said Brown was always fueled on the football field by talk about his lack of size.
“Maybe he used it to show people you can’t just a book by its cover,” James said. “That fuel drives him. Those are just words people are saying but his talent speaks for itself.”

Brown grew up in Hollywood, Fla., hence his nickname. However, he began his college career at a junior college, College of the Canyons in Santa Clarita, Calif., after drawing little interest from Division I schools.

His mother wasn’t surprised when Brown cried Thursday night after hearing his named called.

“Just thinking about the whole struggle to get here where he is today,” James said. “I think it just all hit him at one time.”

James said she could never keep Brown away from football. At two years old, he had a Dan Marino Miami Dolphins jersey that he often refused to take off. Now Brown is looking to take off with the Ravens. He is still recovering from Lisfranc foot surgery, but he has already started running, and Brown and the Ravens feel he will be on the field for training camp.
David Culley, Ravens Wide Receivers/Assistant Head Coach, thinks Brown will be up to speed when the regular season begins.

“He’ll still be with us doing everything that we do in the classroom,” Culley said. “He’ll be on the field watching and watching our guys that are already here doing certain things, and just learning the playbook. I have no doubt that when it comes time for him to be ready to go, he’ll be ready to go.”

Brown sounds ready. He was no longer emotional Friday, just excited to get started.

“I told myself, ‘I’m not going to cry up there,’ but I don’t know how that happened,” Brown said. “It’s just a testament to everything I’ve been through and just all the hard work, but I know it’s just the beginning.”

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OWINGS MILLS, Md. — One of the Baltimore Ravens’ top priorities is to replace Eric Weddle.

The Ravens, though, may land a free-agent safety who sparks memories of another Pro Bowl safety from their past.

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In the year when Ed Reed will be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, Earl Thomas and Tyrann Mathieu are the available safeties who best fit what Baltimore needs in the secondary. Thomas has drawn comparisons to Reed throughout his career because of his great range, and Mathieu has been linked to the 2004 NFL Defensive Player of the Year because of his nose for the ball (they also share the same hometown of New Orleans).

After cutting Weddle on Wednesday, the Ravens are looking for a free safety who can patrol the center of the field, provide leadership and deliver game-changing plays. For that reason, it wouldn’t be surprising to see Baltimore reach out to Thomas or Mathieu on Monday, the first day when teams can contact free agents.

Thomas, 30, has intercepted 28 passes and gone to six Pro Bowls in nine seasons with the Seattle Seahawks. He always covered lots of ground in a one deep safety defense, which would allow Ravens safety Tony Jefferson to play closer to the line of scrimmage.

The concern with Thomas is durability. His left leg has been broken twice (in 2016 and 2018), and he has missed 19 games over the past three seasons. But this injury history could lead to a reduced price.

Mathieu, 27, is considered one of the top three safeties if he reaches free agency. The Houston Texans are looking to make a push to re-sign him, and Mathieu has expressed a desire to stay.

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A versatile defender, Mathieu can play cornerback or slot corner but he primarily lined up at free safety for the Texans. He broke up 49 passes in six seasons (only 13 interceptions) and has started 33 straight games.

While some teams might not place great value on safeties, the Ravens understand the significance of the position. Baltimore’s best defenses included Pro Bowl safeties, from Rod Woodson to Reed to Weddle.

What often gets overlooked is how Weddle stabilized the safety spot for Baltimore. After the Ravens parted ways with Reed following the 2012 Super Bowl season, they went through nine starting safeties over the next three seasons, from failed free-agent signings (Michael Huff, James Ihedigbo, Kendrick Lewis) to draft busts (Matt Elam and Terrence Brooks).

Weddle arrived in 2016 and immediately made the plays that the Ravens had struggled to produce without Reed. Weddle’s 10 interceptions in his first two seasons in Baltimore led all NFL safeties.

“Eric Weddle is just the consummate football player, the consummate leader,” coach John Harbaugh said a day after the Ravens released Weddle. “He will go down in history like that. I think he should be in the Hall of Fame.”

But Weddle didn’t make an interception last season and recorded only three passes defensed. The Ravens managed fewer than 13 interceptions for the third time in five seasons.

Now, the Ravens find themselves in the market for a safety again. Baltimore hopes it can hit on another free-agent safety like Weddle, or possibly sign someone with Reed-like qualities.

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Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh on Monday said he supports his players’ right to protest and that they have to decide for themselves how they’re going to express themselves during the national anthem.

As for Harbaugh, he made it clear he’s not taking a knee.

“If I’m taking a knee, it’s to pray,” Harbaugh said. “And I’ll be praying for our country that we find a way to come together.”

Sunday’s game represented the first time a Ravens player displayed any form of protest during the national anthem. There were 13 Ravens players (Terrell Suggs, Mike Wallace, C.J. Mosley, Matt Judon, Za’Darius Smith, Tyus Bowser, Tim Williams, Carl Davis, Willie Henry, Tony Jefferson, Lardarius Webb, Anthony Levine and Marlon Humphrey) who took a knee, and they indicated afterward that it was a response to President Donald Trump’s criticism of NFL players who had previously protested.
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Harbaugh is unsure whether the protests will continue with the team.

“In all honesty, I will give about that much thought to that,” Harbaugh said, holding up two fingers an inch apart, “because I don’t think that’s going to impact the game one way or the other. What I’m interested in is playing our best football game. That’s as honest as I can be. The other part of it, we can figure it out as we go.”

The Ravens’ first protests came before their worst game in Harbaugh’s 10 seasons. Baltimore lost 44-7 to Jacksonville on Sunday, the 37-point margin of defeat tying the largest in franchise history.

Did the protest become a distraction for the Ravens?

“You have to ask the players that individually,” Harbaugh said. “I can’t speak for them. It wasn’t for me.”

There has been a social media backlash against the Ravens since about one-quarter of their team took a knee. Some fans have threatened to not attend games, and others have talked about burning jerseys.

“It’s an emotional issue all around,” Harbaugh said.

Keeping focus is a priority for one of the more challenging weeks ever for the Ravens. After playing in London, the Ravens face division rival the Pittsburgh Steelers at M&T Bank Stadium a week later.

While many want to talk about player protests, Harbaugh wants to get his team ready to play the Steelers. The winner gains sole possession of first place in the AFC North.

“I’m trying to say the right things about all the big issues in our country, but what I’m trying to say is we’re for unity,” Harbaugh said. “We’re for standing together. That’s what a team is all about. That’s all we can do. We’re going to stand together Sunday and try to beat the Pittsburgh Steelers. In all honesty, that’s our focus. That’s what we’re thinking of.”