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Getting the right player in the draft is a labor of love for NFL teams
baltimoresun.com Updated Apr 21, 2013
Scouting for the right player can feel like a never ending processThough the flicker of collegiate game tape isn't exactly candlelight, it can sometimes be love at first sight for a scout sitting in a dark film room, pining over pro prospects.Share Tweet
Severna Park grad Steve Demilio hoping to catch on in NFLAll-conference selection at Gardner-Webb took part in Ravens' local prospects daySteve Demilio may have absorbed more knowledge from Ravens run-game coordinator Juan Castillo in roughly an hour of instruction than he did during his entire collegiate car…Share Tweet
Ravens coach John Harbaugh competes in Tough Mudder raceRavens coach John Harbaugh isn’t sitting idly by waiting for the 2013 NFL draft to roll around on Thursday.Share Tweet
Gilman grad Chris Burnette looking for NFL shotOld Dominion defensive lineman attended Ravens local prospects dayFor Old Dominion defensive lineman Chris Burnette, the time he spent at the Ravens' training complex for a local prospects day offered some validation and encouragement.Share TweetCNN.com reports: Al Michaels, play-by-play announcer for NBC's "Sunday Night Football," was arrested and charged with misdemeanor DUI in Southern California on Friday night, Santa Monica police said.Share Tweet
Newsome confident about new-look RavensESPN.com Apr 21, 2013The Baltimore Ravens made history when they parted ways with seven starters from their Super Bowl-winning team (and that number could grow to nine if offensive tackle Bryant McKinnie and nose tackle Ma'ake Kemoeatu aren't re-signed). Just don't say &quo…Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Apr 21, 2013The 2012 season did not end well for Broncos safety Rahim Moore. His misplay of a deep ball to Ravens wide receiver Jacoby Jones late in the fourth quarter of Denver’s first playoff game allowed Jones to score a game-tying touchdown. The Broncos would eShare Tweet