The Baltimore Ravens have been as successful a drafting organization as there is in the NFL, but one of their recent high picks apparently can be had.
According to ESPN's Adam Caplan, 2013 second-round linebacker Arthur Brown has been floated in recent trade talks.
#Ravens ILB Arthur Brown has been the subject of trade discussions with other teams, according to league sources.
— Adam Caplan (@caplannfl) September 9, 2014
Brown was a healthy scratch in Week 1's home loss to the Cincinnati Bengals, falling behind the team's first-round pick this season, rookie C.J. Mosley, and veteran Albert McClellan on the depth chart.
I think this one could get embarrassing for Indy. You have an already suspect defense without it's best pass rusher. I didn't see anything this preseason that would lead us to believe that the Colts will be able to run the ball. Denver gets Von Miller and Ryan Clady back. I am thinking something along the lines of 45-21.
Madison, Miss., running back/slot receiver Trey Smith, the son of former Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Smith, said Wednesday morning that he has committed to the University of Louisville football team.
Smith, a 6-foot-1, 200-pound player for Madison Central High, said he called U of L offensive line coach Chris Klenakis on Tuesday night to deliver the news. Klenakis, his primary recruiter, then passed the phone to head coach Bobby Petrino.
His father is formerly one of the top receivers in the NFL. Petrino was a member of the Jaguars' staff, for three years.