Ravens WR Marquise “Hollywood” Brown

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Followers are excited for the new broad receiver!

Got our guy. picture. twitter. com/3FWFqPaRaR— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) April 26, 2019

Brown had been emotional after the selection as he teared up when speaking with Deion Sanders.

Hollywood was full of emotion right after getting selected (via @thecheckdown) picture. twitter. com/nizuk0J1aP— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) April 26, 2019

Shortly afterwards, Hollywood said what up to the group.

. @Primetime_jet checking in‼ ️ picture. twitter. com/HGRpkvsmce— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) April 26, 2019Ravens Hats

Brand new teammates welcomed Hollywood with their comments upon Twitter, but not until Oklahoma reminded everyone that the Ravens just obtained the best receiver in the 2019 NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE Draft.

The BEST receiver in the #NFLDraft! The @Ravens are getting speed, swiftness and more speed from @Primetime_jet. #OUDNA pic. twitter. com/pFfIMvW7c3— Oklahoma Soccer (@OU_Football) April 26, 2019

Other Oklahoma standouts Mark Andrews plus Orlando Brown Jr. welcomed the particular receiver publicly on Twitter.

Ravens we got a baller this evening!! Congrats @Primetime_jet No one more worthy than you. Welcome to Baltimore plus let’ s get to work — Mark Andrews 8⃣ 9️ ⃣ (@Mandrews_81) April 26, 2019

@Primetime_jet Ayee 5, we up many 2019!! #BigLouisVDuffles— Orlando Brown (Zeus) (@ZEUS__78) April 26, 2019

Furthermore, Lamar Jackson says hello.

@Primetime_jet let’ s do it— Lamar Jackson (@Lj_era8) April 26, 2019

Fans are excited, too.

Totally love this pick @Ravens— Mr. bieber Forsett (@JForsett) April 26, 2019

pic. twitter. com/BA7ses1r5r— Karl Lindsey (@KarlLindsey7) April 26, 2019

Someone said he was too little as well soooo yeahhhh we aren’ t hearin’ that so accepted Mr. Brown pic. twitter. com/6R5iClk1JE— RavensCastle (@CastleRavens) April 26, 2019

pic. twitter. com/CfvZKTDGgm— K. They would. (@khravefan) April 26, 2019

picture. twitter. com/TyZMhSDpTp— Bougui (@DntH8TheHaitian) 04 26, 2019

pic. twitter. com/KLE5om9s2I— El Fantastico (@The_Fantastico1) April twenty six, 2019

In short, the fans are usually thrilled and the Ravens just obtained their top pick at broad receiver. Eric DeCosta snared 2 extra picks in the draft but still got his guy. If Time 1 is a glimpse of items to come, DeCosta is going to own their first draft.

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Ravens rank third

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Prior to the 2019 NFL Draft has kicked off, BetOnline. AG decided to published their gambling lines for all thirty-two NFL teams’ win totals. Based on their line for the Baltimore Ravens, it’s rather standard. What exactly is new, however, in which groups in the division stand above all of them.
2019 Regular Season Win Overall (AFC North)

Usually, these types of lists feature the Steelers anywhere from 9-11 on their Over/Under with the Ravens and Bengals battling for 2nd in the division. Now, the Bengals have dropped into the Ohio basements while the Browns go from worst-to-first with their impressive 2018 turnaround plus star-acquiring free agency.Ravens Jerseys


I am surprised to see the Steelers still over the Ravens, even if it’ h only by a half-game difference. Whilst their roster still looks strong, the loss of Antonio Brown cannot be modest. Then again, this is the AFC North exactly where last-minute drives and game-winning industry goals are more common than double-digit victories, which will always keep the Ravens rival within reach of a game or even two.


Strictly going by the amounts, BetOnline. AG believes the Ravens will miss the playoffs. With that being said, they are a single win from becoming a member of the Browns, who are ranked 5th among AFC teams and would certainly contend for either the AFC North title once again or a Wildcard spot.
Overall, this placement is totally unsurprising. Last year I pulled in the Ravens opening lines from 2013— 2018 and the team literally hovers around eight-to-nine wins each year.

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