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Watch LB Kenny Young Take Out Jags QB Gardner Minshew with a Massive Hit

Ravens LB Kenny Young is looking to be a playemaker in 2019, and that promise got off to a huge start Thursday night against the Jaguars.

The linebacker delivered the hit of the night, launching into Jags QB Gardner Minshew in the end zone, smashing him and forcing him to lose his helmet.

It looked like a safety but the QB dropped the ball at the three-yard line. No matter it was a hit worth taking a second or third look at.

Sporting News Picks the NFL 2019 Division Winners – Where Do the Ravens Land?

It’s that time of the year when national pundits start to look ahead and pick records for teams around the league, as well as pick the winners of the divisions.

Sporting News is out with their 2019 predictions, and they have their picks in for the AFC North.

The longtime company picks the Browns, who made a ton of offseason pickups as the team to beat, as they say they will go 11-5.

Next up would be the Steelers, who still will win double-digit games, but fall a game short in the division to Cleveland going 10-6.

The third place team will be the Baltimore Ravens, who will end the year at 8-8. Last are the Bengals, who will win just five games going 5-11.

Here’s the complete rundown of who Sporting News likes along with the Super Bowl teams.

Ravens Expected to Ink Former Packers QB Joe Callahan

The Ravens are in need of a quarterback after Robert Griffin III suffered a hairline fracture in his right thumb and is expected to be out four to eight weeks.

With that, the team is expected to ink former Green Bay Packers backup QB Joe Callahan.

Video: Chasing the Lion: The Story of the 2018 Baltimore Ravens

The 2018 season was the Baltimore Ravens’ 23rd season in the National Football League, 11th under head coach John Harbaugh, and their 17th and final season under general manager Ozzie Newsome.

Ravens Place Left Guard Alex Lewis on Active/PUP List

The Ravens have placed left guard Alex Lewis on the active/PUP list for the start of training camp according to Jamison Hensley of ESPN.

Lewis underwent offseason shoulder surgery in January but was expected to be fully ready for training camp. He played throught he injury in 2018 as the Ravens the Ravens earned a playoff berth. At the time of the surgery, team officials speculated Lewis would be ready for the start of training camp but initially placing him on PUP may be designed to make certain he is fully recovered by Week 1.

A fourth-round pick out of Nebraska in 2016, the 27-year-old Lewis missed the entire 2017 season due to injury and has struggled at times as both a pass and run blocker. He is scheduled to become a free agent in 2020.

Video – Football Gameplan’s 2019 NFL Team Preview: Baltimore Ravens

– 4-Minute Offense – 00:50

– Positional Breakdown – 2:47

– Hunt’s Playbook – 8:47

– Fantasy Focus – 13:04

– Best Bets – 16:35

– Training Camp Quick Hits: 17:09

– Road to the Super Bowl: 21:33

Check Out the Madden 20 Rankings for All the Ravens Players

Monday was a day that many gaming fans wait for each year, the day that the most popular sports series of all-time puts out their player rankings.

That game of course is Madden football, and this year Madden 20 is once again going to be a game played by millions who are into the NFL and video games.

One aspect of the game is player rankings, and the top Ravens player on the list is new Baltimore safety Earl Thomas, who comes in with a ranking of 95.

Defensive tackle Michael Pierce comes in with a mark of 92, while right guard Marshal Yanda has a solid ranking of 91.

Check out all the Ravens Rankings by clicking HERE.

Lamar Jackson Says He’s Not Worried About the Browns Entering 2019

Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson’s best footwork of the offseason came when he sidestepped the final question of minicamp like a grizzled veteran, Jamison Hensley of ESPN reports.

So, what does Jackson think about all the buzz surrounding the Browns and not his defending AFC North champion Baltimore Ravens?

“We play Miami first. I’m worried about Miami first,” Jackson said, referring to Baltimore’s season-opening opponent. “I don’t really worry about the Browns. We have other teams to worry about. Miami is first.”

Jackson’s response was typical in how the Ravens’ players and front office have handled an offseason in which they’ve gone from the top of the division to a betting underdog. The Ravens remain comfortable lying low as the hype continues to build in Cleveland.

Instead of sounding off about any slights, the Ravens have generally been complimentary of the Browns.

“They deserve that respect right now. They’ve built their team, championship-ready if you want to say that,” wide receiver Willie Snead IV said. “At the end of the day, we’re sitting back in the shadows and we’re working. Internally, we know what we have and we know how good we can be.”

At the owners meetings in March, coach John Harbaugh was asked a half-dozen times about the new-look Browns.

“They’re the most talented team in the division; there’s no question about that right now,” Harbaugh said. “We’ll see what that means. I know this: That’s right now. The best team in the division is the team that’s going to win the division. So, we’ll see what the best team is.”

Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti said the Browns are a lot better team “on paper.”

“If they’re that much better, maybe they’ll start beating Pittsburgh,” Bisciotti told season-ticket holders in a conference call in June. “We only have to play them twice a year. It’ll be interesting to see how quickly they develop into the kind of team that some people think they are.”

“For me, personally, honestly, I couldn’t care less. I hope ‘Bake’ [Baker Mayfield] has a great season, just because that’s family — except for two games out of the year,” said Ravens offensive tackle Orlando Brown Jr., who was a teammate of Mayfield’s at Oklahoma. “But other than that, it doesn’t affect me much.”