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The Ravens continue to secure key depth players before free agency opens, as they have officially signed defensive tackle Justin Ellis to a one-year deal.

Ellis, 30, was set to hit the open market when free agency opens in a couple weeks. Originally acquired midway through 2019, Ellis also Stitched Baltimore Ravens Jerseys signed a one-year deal with the Ravens last offseason.

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Nicknamed “Jelly,” the 6-foot-2, 350-pound Cheap Justin Ellis Jersey veteran has played well in a reserve role, including in rotational duty and when called upon as a starter when Brandon Williams has been sidelined.

Ellis played in 13 games last season and started against Philadelphia, Tennessee, and Pittsburgh when Williams was on the Reserve/COVID-19 list and injured.

Even when Williams suited up Cheap Jordan Richards Jersey and played most of the game, Ellis still saw an average of 27 percent of the defensive snaps (358 total) last season. He finished with 17 tackles.

A 2014 fourth-round pick of the Oakland Raiders, Ellis was out of NFL for a little more than a month in 2019 before the Ravens picked him up. Now he’s about to enter his eighth season.

The Ravens have also reached one-year deals this offseason with pending free agent safety/special teams ace Jordan Richards and tight end Eric Tomlinson.

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OWINGS MILLS, Md. — The Ravens faced some criticism for not getting rookie wide receivers Devin Duvernay and James Proche more involved in the offense last season.

Both playmakers were highly touted prospects and they shined throughout training camp.

Instead, Duvernay and Proche mostly made an impact on special teams. Look for both of those players to play a bigger role in the passing Cheap Baltimore Ravens Jerseys attack next season.

“The young guys: Devin Duvernay, James Proche II, showed some special teams ability, made some plays here and there,” Baltimore general manager Eric DeCosta said. “I think their best football is ahead of both of Cheap Devin Duvernay Jersey those guys. We’re very happy with both those guys, as young receivers who came into a very difficult situation this year, with no OTAs, and essentially, no real training camp – so to speak – with games.

“We’re excited about both those guys – we really are.”

The Ravens ranked last in the NFL for passing attempts (406) and passing yards per game (171.2) last season. Baltimore is focused on improving that passing attack but might be hesitant to spend big money in the free-agent market because of a tighter salary cap.

As a result, the team expects Duvernay and Proche to take the next step in their development and become more vital playmakers.

Duvernay, a third-round pick (92nd overall) in the 2020 draft, was targeted 26 times and caught 20 passes for 201 yards. He has the speed and toughness to make a bigger impact next season. The Ravens also used him on sweeps and Duvernay managed 70 yards on just four carries.

“Every time I get in, I’m just trying to take advantage of my opportunities,” Duvernay said. “I’m just trying to keep earning Cheap James Proche Jersey my coaches’ trust day-in and day-out, and just let the rest speak for itself.”

Proche, a sixth-round (201st overall) in the draft, also has the potential to be a game-changer. He caught just one pass for 14 yards after a stellar career at SMU. Proche did an effective job returning punts before being inactive late in the season because of a roster crunch.

Proche will have more opportunities to make plays next season.

“There are a lot of things about James that we like,” DeCosta said. “He’s a crafty guy, and he’s good inside. He has excellent hands. I think he’s competitive with the football. He’s a guy that gets upfield quickly with the football in his hands as a punt returner, and that’s an important position.

“It’s hard to find those kinds of guys that have that special skillset. He has a good mentality. He’s been highly productive at the college level, and I think he fits our team very well.”

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After losing to the Buffalo Bills in the AFC Divisional round, fans of the Ravens and media members have begun calling out the lack of passing success by the Baltimore Ravens, including former wide receiver Cheap Steve Smith Jersey On NFL GameDay, he didn’t mince words of his critique on offensive coordinator Greg Roman’s passing concepts being “elementary.”

“I speak from a wide receivers perspective. There are times when stories are coming out that some of the wide receivers can’t get separation. Well, when you’re running the type of route combination—very elementary school, very cracker jack-like, very easily to defend, you can’t necessarily put it all on the wide receivers. If you have, ‘You two go deep, you two go shallow and Lamar, throw to whoever’s open.” That’s just not the NFL. That’s not the complexity in the NFL and their passing is not very complex. I just believe Greg Roman’s a fantastic coordinator. However, that fantastic coordinator needs to start looking for a job somewhere else because I believe that his time has expired on this offense [in Baltimore]. If you want Cheap Lamar Jackson Jersey to continue to be a stellar quarterback, an MVP-type of quarterback, you need to implement a second notch or a third level of the passing game that makes it a little bit more complicated because it’s not very complicated. My 6-year-old who is asleep right now can probably run this offense as well.”

This might be the laziest narrative I’ve ever heard from Ravens fans – that Joe Flacco – good old January Joe, until Lamar Jackson proves otherwise, will always be the best Ravens quarterback because he won when it counted most, in the postseason.

There’s no denying that Flacco eventually became a clutch playoff performer. Criticized often for his lack of emotion, Joe’s calm demeanor worked to his advantage on the big stage. But it wasn’t always that way.

In Joe’s first 3 postseasons he was 98 of 184 (53.2%) for 849 yards, 4 TD’s and 7 INT’s which equates to a passer rating of 57.1. Joe rushed for 37 yards on 28 carries (1.3 YPC). After 3 postseasons Joe was 26 years old. Flacco was supported by a solid offensive line and his skill position players included: Cheap Willis McGahee Jersey, Cheap Ray Rice Jersey, Le’Ron McClain, Lorenzo Neal, Cheap Todd Heap Jersey, Cheap Derrick Mason Jersey, Cheap Mark Clayton Jersey, Cheap Anquan Boldin Jersey and other less-than-notables.

In Lamar’s first 3 postseasons he was 76 of 136 (55.9%) for 900 yards, 3 TD’s and 5 INT’s which equates to a passer rating of 68.3. Lamar rushed for 367 yards on 54 carries (6.8 YPC). After 3 postseasons Lamar is 24. Jackson is supported by an offensive line that is inferior to that which supported Joe and his skill position players have included: Cheap Alex Collins Jersey, Cheap Gus Edwards Jersey, Kenneth Dixon, Buck Allen, Cheap Mark Ingram Jersey, JK Dobbins, Cheap Willie Snead Jersey, John Brown, Michael Crabtree, Seth Roberts, Cheap Mark Andrews Jersey, Hayden Hurst, Cheap Marquise Brown Jersey, Cheap Miles Boykin Jersey and other less-than-notables.

Football has often been referred to as the ultimate team game. You win and lose as a team. Team, Team, Team are among the first words uttered by John Harbaugh when he was hired in 2008. Clearly the quarterback contributes greatly to the outcome of any NFL game, but win or lose, it’s not always all on the guy behind center.

The aforementioned Cheap Joe Flacco Jersey postseason stats aren’t those of a winning quarterback. Yet during those first 3 postseasons Joe’s team was (4-3). Despite better stats and far more production, Jackson is (1-3) during his first three trips to the playoff dance.

Lamar is young and there’s growth ahead and clearly he has to be a better passer. But to jump to conclusions and label Joe the better playoff quarterback after 3 postseason appearances equates to nothing more than revisionist history.

To those Ravens fans and even media members who fan the flames of this narrative, STOP.

Just stop.

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The 2020 NFL season has been, well you know, unprecedented. Hopefully we heal as a country in all ways and that the 2021 season will return to normalcy, with fans filling the stands. But you do have to wonder how many fans will return. Will there be such pent up demand that The Bank is full to the brim or will the return to capacity crowds be a slow process?

Prior to the pandemic, things began to change. A significant demographic that contributed greatly to capacity crowds slowly began to realize that they didn’t need to go to every game; that staying home or watching from a local pub offers some economies and creature comforts that you don’t get from the stadium. Tickets became readily available and PSL values began to decay. Many fans chose not to renew their season tickets and they willingly surrendered seat licenses that were no longer in demand. And now the licenses reclaimed by the team are for sale. Perhaps even the Ravens recognize that the hottest ticket in town isn’t so scorching anymore.

This season forced fans to stay at home. Pubs installed social distancing procedures that made visits to local establishments either less appealing or, they weren’t options at all given the closures. Many bought new TV’s that offered more than they ever have before, for reasonable prices. Fans learned new ways to enjoy the games and maybe, they discovered that at-home viewing, while not a replacement for the in-stadium experience, offered many advantages and a new perspective.

The challenge for the Ravens and really the NFL as a whole, is to make that in-stadium experience so unique that fans feel compelled to go. This isn’t a new threat to capacity crowds, but it may very well be a bigger one thanks to the pandemic.

For years Steve Bisciotti would join us on the Ravens Rap in Ocean City, MD. Always candid, I once asked Steve, given the advancement in television at in at-home viewing, if he thought there might come a day when NFL stadiums would be smaller in order to create creature comforts and enhance a fan’s experience in ways that 70,000+ capacity stadiums could not. He chuckled and reminded me of the league’s popularity. I wonder what he’d say today?

Judging from the team’s current fire sale on PSL’s, I bet he would respond differently.

Smith Sr., as I mentioned, did not hold back.

These criticisms feel valid, especially after last night. It piles on when you take note of this team placing dead-last in passing for the 2020 regular season and 27th last season. There is talent in the wide receiver room but it’s become clear there’s a fault as to why they haven’t been successful pushing the ball downfield through the air.