Kris Wilson

#87TE,
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 245
Born:
College: Pittsburgh
Birth Place: Lancaster, Pennsylvania
Draft: 2004 2nd round (29th pick) by the
  • Ravens Nest: The Ravens are still looking for answers in free agency
    Baltimore Beatdown

    Ravens Nest: The Ravens are still looking for answers in free agency

    An interesting slate of Baltimore Ravens news... Given the state of offensive line play in the league, it’s surprising that Mangold remains a free agent. However, it's probably telling as well. He acknowledged earlier in the offseason that he was still recovering from an ankle injury. His asking price is said to be extremely high with the 33-year-old reportedly wanting to be paid like a top-10 center. That would mean a deal worth around $6 million a year. If that's the asking price, you can probably rule the Ravens out. Boykin joined Glenn Clark Radio Tuesday to talk about how things have gone so far in his transition to Baltimore after signing on June 5. Boykin is coming off a lost season with

  • Miami drug charges dropped vs. ex-Raven Elam
    ESPN.com

    Miami drug charges dropped vs. ex-Raven Elam

    ESPN.com news services Drug charges against former Baltimore Ravens safety Matt Elam were dropped on Monday, according to Miami-Dade County online records. Elam had been charged with one count of cannabis possession, one count of possession of cannabis with intent to sell or deliver, and one count of possession of a controlled substance after being arrested on Feb. 26 after a traffic stop. The Ravens, who selected Elam in the first round (32nd overall) of the 2013 draft, announced after the arrest that he was no longer in the team's plans. He became a unrestricted free agent in March and remains unsigned. Last week, Elam had charges of grand theft and battery dropped against him in Palm Beach

  • Joe Flacco's contract is getting less expensive looking as time goes on
    Ravens Wire

    Joe Flacco's contract is getting less expensive looking as time goes on

    The Baltimore Ravens decided to reward Joe Flacco for his legendary efforts during the 2012 Super Bowl run by signing him to a six-year, $120 million contract during the 2013 offseason. The deal made Flacco the highest-paid quarterback in the league, at least until Tony Romo and Aaron Rodgers signed contract extensions with the Dallas Cowboys and the Green Bay Packers. Flacco would retake his position as the NFL’s highest-paid quarterback after he signed a contract extension during the 2016 offseason that pays him $22.1 million a year. But contract extensions for Drew Brees, Andrew Luck, Derek Carr and another franchise tag for Kirk Cousins pushes Flacco down the list rather quickly. It’s likely