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.
The Baltimore Ravens traded back into the first round of the 2018 NFL Draft to select rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson with the No. 32 overall pick. The Ravens offense has been in need of a jolt over the last few years.
Once considered to be the cornerstone of a particular franchise down the road, Griffin now finds himself as a backup to Joe Flacco and a mentor for 2018 first-round pick Lamar Jackson.
Third-year Baltimore Ravens cornerback Tavon Young will be one of the players to watch when the team reports to training camp in the coming weeks.
Baltimore picked up the fifth-year option for Mosley's rookie contract in April, which assures that he will be in a Ravens uniform in 2019. However, if the team wants to do right by Mosley, they'll sign him to a long-term deal.
Over the last few years, the Ravens have not been able to develop the running game. In 2018, it's likely that Baltimore will feature a three-headed monster that is Buck Allen, Alex Collins and Kenneth Dixon.
Baltimore Ravens GM Ozzie Newsome will step down after the 2018 NFL Season
When the Baltimore Ravens signed wide receiver Michael Crabtree, the team followed what has become a tradition over the years.
There is a beginning and an end to everything. Joe Flacco took over as the Baltimore Ravens quarterback years ago and helped to deliver a Super Bowl win in 2012.
The Baltimore Ravens came close to making the playoffs in 2017 but fell short once again. It all came down to one play on defense against the Cincinnati Bengals at home in the season finale.
The Baltimore Ravens are always well represented by a crew of scouts and personnel people in Mobile, Alabama for the Senior Bowl. It’s a time when General Manager Ozzie Newsome, head coach John Harbaugh and a number of position coaches get to see NFL Draft prospects in action first hand.