Podcast Bonus: Unwrapping the 2019 Baltimore Ravens Draft

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Welcome to a special bonus edition of the Charm City Bird Watch Podcast with site owner Jake McDonnell, editor Nolan McGraw, and author Ian Schultz.

The sole purpose of this episode is to give Ravens fans our thoughts, opinions, and concerns on every player selected by Baltimore in the 2019 NFL Draft.

Hollywood Brown (3:46)

Jaylon Ferguson (19:18)

Miles Boykin (24:41)

Round 4 – Justice Hill, Ben Powers, Iman Marshall (31:07)

Daylon Mack (40:08)

Trace McSorley (43:32)

After we reveal our final takes on Eric DeCosta’s first draft as Ravens General Manager, we hold another What an Idiot segment to share some more laughs over the dysfunction surrounding the New York Giants and their general manager Dave Gettleman (54:28).

For more on the Ravens draftees, check out our articles from this weekend’s draft coverage.

Ravens select wide receiver Marquise Brown with the 25th pick in 2019 NFL Draft

Ravens 2019 Draft Day 2 Roundup: Eric DeCosta continues to address needs

Ravens 2019 Draft Day 3 roundup: Baltimore continues to add to offense

Note: Segment times may differ on platforms other than SoundCloud.

You can find the Charm City Bird Watch Podcast on SoundCloudApple PodcastsGoogle Play, and TuneIn. Please leave us a review on iTunes, we love to hear your feedback and may read it on a future episode. Thanks for listening!

Be sure to check out the Charm City Bird Watch store to buy some newly-released clothing, including T-shirts, long-sleeve shirts, and hoodies. We also have coffee mugs and phone cases for both iPhone and Samsung Galaxy devices.

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