Author | Brett Dickinson

Ravens make surprise splash by trading future pick to select Wake Forest WR Campanaro

Ravens make surprise splash by trading future pick to select Wake Forest WR Campanaro

May 10, 2014 | Brett Dickinson

OWINGS MILLS, Md.- Just when everyone thought the Baltimore Ravens were finished in the 2014 NFL Draft, they pulled off a last minute trade.  In a rare swap of a future pick for Ozzie Newsome, the Ravens gave up a 2015 sixth round selection for the 218th pick.  That selection turned into Wake Forest wide [...]

Ravens Find Flacco’s future backup in sixth round in Ball State QB Keith Wenning

Ravens Find Flacco’s future backup in sixth round in Ball State QB Keith Wenning

May 10, 2014 | Brett Dickinson

OWINGS MILL, Md.- General manager Ozzie Newsome  decided to find insurance at quarterback in taking Ball State’s Keith Wenning in the sixth round.  Many reports believed the team would look for a signal caller late in the draft, with Tyrod Taylor’s contract up after next season.  The team is unlikely to retain the current second [...]

Ravens Wait Until Fifth Round To Add Offensive Lineman With Penn State G Urschel

Ravens Wait Until Fifth Round To Add Offensive Lineman With Penn State G Urschel

May 10, 2014 | Brett Dickinson

OWINGS MILLS, Md.- It took until the fifth round and the 175th overall pick for the Baltimore Ravens to address their offensive line in the NFL Draft, with the selection of Penn State guard John Urschel.  Many expected the organization to address the need as early as the 17th selection, but missed out on their [...]

Brett and Barry evaluate the best and worst from day 1 of the NFL Draft

May 09, 2014 | Brett Dickinson

B&B Big Story Banter: NFL Draft 1st Round

B&B Big Story Banter: NFL Draft 1st Round

May 09, 2014 | Brett Dickinson

Brett & Barry give their best and worst selections in the first round of the NFL Draft.

Brett Dickinson

I studied Journalism at Salisbury University and have worked in sports media for over 5 years, as a writer, producer, cameraman and production assistant in both D.C. and Baltimore. I am the Creator and Developer of The Sports Column. I currently produce at WNST, while also co-hosting the Brett & Barry Show on Saturday mornings (9am-12pm).