The Ravens reportedly interviewed two more candidates for their now-vacant defensive coordinator position
Baltimore Ravens special teams captain Anthony Levine Sr. retired from the NFL on Wednesday. Levine, 34, entered the NFL as an undrafted rookie out of Tennessee State and spent time on the Green Bay Packers' practice squad.
In 2018, during his final season at South Carolina, Samuel had 62 catches for 882 yards, averaged 9.7 yards after the catch and led all Southeastern Conference receivers with 19 broken tackles after the catch, according to Sports info Solutions. A year later, in Duvernay’s last year at Texas, he had 106 catches for 1,386 yards, averaged 6.9 yards after the catch and led all Big 12 Conference receivers with 17 broken tackles after the catch.