Data as of February 25, 2021.
J.K. Dobbins's current ADP is 4.02, which is the 2nd pick of the 4th round, and 37th selection overall.
Lamar Jackson's current ADP is 4.08, which is the 8th pick of the 4th round, and 43rd selection overall.
Mark Andrews's current ADP is 4.11, which is the 11th pick of the 4th round, and 46th selection overall.
Marquise Brown's current ADP is 9.08, which is the 8th pick of the 9th round, and 103rd selection overall.
Baltimore Defense's current ADP is 9.10, which is the 10th pick of the 9th round, and 105th selection overall.
Mark Ingram's current ADP is 11.09, which is the 9th pick of the 11th round, and 128th selection overall.
Trace McSorley's current ADP is 11.09, which is the 9th pick of the 11th round, and 129th selection overall.
Justin Tucker's current ADP is 11.10, which is the 10th pick of the 11th round, and 129th selection overall.
Gus Edwards's current ADP is 12.03, which is the 3rd pick of the 12th round, and 135th selection overall.
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General manager Eric DeCosta expects McSorley (knee) and Tyler Huntley to compete for the backup quarterback job this offseason, Clifton Brown of the Ravens' official site reports.
Analysis: "We think both [McSorley and Huntley] have a legitimate chance to compete for that backup position," DeCosta said. "It doesn't mean that we won't go after a veteran quarterback, but we think both those guys have pretty bright futures, and we see a good competition this year." McSorley saw action in two games for the Ravens in 2020, during both of which he provided the offense with a spark. He suffered a minor knee strain back in December but is expected to be ready for the tentative start of offseason activities.
February 12, 2021 12:00 PM EST
Williams gathered in eight of 10 targets for 102 yards and one touchdown in nine games during the 2020 season.
Analysis: An ankle injury plagued Williams along the way, resulting in a stint on IR and seven games missed. Still, when on the field, he shared TE reps with Dan Arnold -- who broke out with a 31-438-4 line on 45 targets -- and Darrell Daniels (8-92-1 on 11 targets). Williams has one year left on his current contract, while Arnold is an unrestricted free agent, so it'll be interesting to see if the latter is retained and overall the breakdown of the tight-end room in 2021.
February 2, 2021 5:33 PM EST
Boyle (knee) signed a two-year extension with the Ravens on Friday.
Analysis: Entering the third and final season of his first contract extension, Boyle is now signed with Baltimore through 2023. Once he's finished rehabbing from his season-ending knee injury, Boyle should occupy his usual spot as the blocking complement to pass-catching ace Mark Andrews. Ravens coach John Harbaugh said Boyle should be ready for the start of training camp, as the injury the tight end suffered Week 10 didn't include an ACL tear.
January 29, 2021 11:25 AM EST
Coach John Harbaugh said he is "totally certain" the Ravens will sign Jackson (concussion) to an extension, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Analysis: While his 2020 campaign wasn't nearly as impressive as his MVP effort in 2019, the 24-year-old QB led Baltimore to the playoffs for a third straight year, improving his record to 30-9-0 as a starter in the regular season. Jackson's status as a first-round pick allows the Ravens to extend his rookie contract through 2022 with a fifth-year option, which means the extension Harbaugh is promising may not actually get done until next year. Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports that the team will at least start that conversation this offseason.
January 20, 2021 11:53 AM EST
Ravens coach John Harbaugh expects Boyle (knee) to be ready for 2021 training camp, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports.
Analysis: Boyle suffered a season-ending knee injury Week 10, taking damage to his MCL, PCL and hamstring. He did avoid an ACL tear, so his rehab process should be wrapped up before the Ravens take the field for Week 1 of 2021. Boyle caught just 14 passes in nine 2020 appearances, but he averaged 42.2 snaps per game and tied for the 10th-best PFF run-blocking grade out of 71 qualified tight ends. Boyle has one season remaining on a three-year, $18 million contract, scheduled for a non-guaranteed $5.5 million base salary in 2021.
January 20, 2021 9:04 AM EST