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5-11, 3rd in AFC North

Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Titans third-round safety Kevin Byard played under MTSU defensive coordinator Steve Ellis, who played under Titans GM Jon Robinson as position coach at Nicholls State. Ellis says Byard is the second-best NFL prospect he's coached, and sees a lot of the same traits he saw in Ravens DB Lardarius Webb.

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Steve Smith Sr. goes to prom

When Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith Sr. found out that a teen girl wanted him to escort her to prom, he flipped the tables and asked her. Then he ended up dancing the night away.

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Monroe's fate was sealed with draft

Baltimore selected its tackle of the future, Ronnie Stanley, in the first round, rendering Eugene Monroe expendable in the process. What does the trade market look like for Monroe? NFL trade market

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Ravens nailed draft class

Baltimore was able to address two of its three biggest needs during the first two days of the draft, but the fourth round is where GM Ozzie Newsome really went to work. The Ravens come out of the draft as one of Todd McShay's most improved teams. Most improved teams (Insider)

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

#Ravens waived G Leon Brown and withdrew the exclusive rights tender offer to TE Konrad Reuland. Baltimore is making some room on roster to sign undrafted rookies.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens safety Matt Elam was among the 12 first-round picks from 2013 who had their fifth-year options declined.

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Ravens nix 5th-year option for safety Elam

The Ravens declined to pick up 2013 first-round pick Matt Elam's fifth-year option, meaning he'll be a free agent after the 2016 season.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

As expected, Ravens not picking up fifth-year option on safety Matt Elam. He will be a free agent after the 2016 season. Elam has been one of the Ravens' biggest first-round disappointments.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens won't confirm whether a decision has been made on safety Matt Elam's fifth-year option, which is probably not a good sign for the 2013 first-round pick. It would be a surprise if Baltimore exercised an option that would pay Elam between $5.5 million and $6 million in 2017.

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Owls leave their mark

Temple tied a school record for players drafted with three selections in the 2016 NFL draft. Tavon Young became the first Owl taken off the board since 2012 when the Ravens nabbed him with the sixth pick in the fourth round.

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Baltimore made the most of the fourth

The Ravens' five selections in the fourth round of the draft, ranging from Nos. 104 to 134 overall, were a big part of the "A" that Baltimore received from Mel Kiper Jr. in his draft grades. Ravens draft recap (Insider)

McShay on Ravens' 4th-round: 'I've never seen anything like it' (1:11)
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Ravens had an exceptional draft

Baltimore took advantage of its great positioning in the draft, hitting a major need early. But Mel Kiper Jr. was just as impressed with the Ravens' ability to move down the board and find a ton of value. NFL draft grades (Insider)

Ravens' best: The entire fourth round

Baltimore drafted five players in the round, and all five might end up being contributors. GM Ozzie Newsome might have produced the single-best fourth round in recent memory. Todd McShay (Insider)

Team Stats

Passing Yards266.98th
Rushing Yards92.426th
Points For20.525th
Points Against25.124th

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