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Turron Davenport

FreeLance Writer (Sports)

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Turron is a member of the Pro Football Writers Association and is currently a Beat Writer covering the Baltimore Ravens for the Baltimore Times. He is also an NFL Draft analyst for Football Game Plan. His past experience includes credentialed coverage of the San Francisco 49ers, Super Bowl, NFL Scouting Combine, NFL Draft, NFLPA Rookie Premiere and various NFL Play60 camps. He has been featured on NBC sports radio, Fox Sports radio, ESPN radio and SiriusXMNFL. Turron has a vast collection of interview experience including interviews with A Listers such as Deion Sanders, Derrick Brooks and more.



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Ozzie Newsome could tap Alabama pipeline once again in 2017 NFL Draft

The Baltimore Ravens are approaching the 2017 NFL Draft with a few holes to fill.

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Lardarius Webb finds a way back to the Ravens

Lardarius Webb signed a three-year deal worth $10.5 million with the Baltimore Ravens after he was released by the team in March this year.

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Ravens decide to move on from Timmy Jernigan

Jernigan has been traded to the Philadelphia Eagles.

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There is a new Carr in the Ravens garage

Carr just signed a four-year $23.5 million contract with the Baltimore Ravens.

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Bringing Brandon Williams back was essential to the Ravens

The Baltimore Ravens made a great decision to bring back defensive tackle Brandon Williams

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Could Ray Rice's past prevent Ravens from selecting Oklahoma running back?

Mixon has some extra baggage after a domestic violence incident was caught on video.

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Matt Elam’s struggle will be on the minds of Ravens officials at NFL Combine

Elam was an All-American safety at the University of Florida after starting for three consecutive seasons.

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Five prospects to watch at NFL Combine

Alabama cornerback Marlon Humphrey at the National Championship game against Clemson in January 2017

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John Harbaugh not afraid to add assistants with head coach potential

Chris Hewitt, a Ravens’ assistant since 2012, will coach the secondary in 2017 after Frazier's departure.

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Ravens must address multiple areas in NFL Draft

In 2017, the Baltimore Ravens will be expected to end the team's two-year playoff drought.

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