The Baltimore Ravens, led by general manager Ozzie Newsome and director of player personnel Eric Decosta, have struck gold again in the NFL Draft with Courtney Upshaw. Upshaw, a projected first-round pick, dropped to the 35th overall pick. Upshaw is regarded as the second best player on the Alabama defense behind safety Mark Barron, who went to the Buccaneers. There were some questions about Upshaw's height along with his speed in pass coverage situations.
Courtney Upshaw experienced the biggest free fall of the year but finally, with the 35th pick in the 2012 NFL draft, the Baltimore Ravens selected the outside linebacker from Alabama on Friday evening. The Crimson Tide captured the ... Read Post
There’s no reason to believe Ozzie Newsome’s tenure as Ravens General Manager is coming to an end, but the team has taken a step to firm up their line of succession. Eric DeCosta has been promoted from director of player personnel t... Read Post
While it could be a little early to start thinking about the Baltimore Ravens' needs in April's 2012 draft, here is a seven-round mock of players Ozzie Newsome and Eric DeCosta should be thinking about when they're on the clock. Kee... Read Post