Hayden Hurst

South Carolina Gamecocks #81 - Tight End

  • Born: 08/24/93
  • Age: 28
  • Height: 6'5"
  • Weight: 250
  • Seasons: JR

The Ravens should prioritize adding another pass catching tight end over wide receiver


Effectively replacing Hayden Hurst could help improve the passing game.

Ravens could use FB Patrick Ricard to help fill third tight end role


Add another project to Pat’s resume

Ravens News 8/19: The Total Package and more


Practice Report 8/18: Watch Out, Lamar Jackson’s Deep Passing Looks Better - Ryan Mink Tight end Nick Boyle is known more for his blocking, but he made a pair of nice diving catches in Tuesday’s...

Fantasy Football: Ravens Dynasty Power Rankings


The Ravens have serious fantasy football talent on their offense

Ravens News 7/24: Ticking clock and more


Baltimore Ravens training camp questions: What’s next step for Lamar Jackson? - Jamison Hensley What’s the next step for Lamar Jackson after a unanimous NFL MVP season? This year, there needs to...

Ravens News 7/23: Ground dominance and more


Ten best-performing NFL O-lines by expected rushing yards - Nick Shook Rank 1. Baltimore Ravens 2019 stats: 4.69 xYPC, 1,815 ERY, 125 RYOE, 0.32 RYOE per attempt This ranking should be expected,...

Mark Andrews’ decision to play in 2020, plus a look back on his fight with diabetes


Diabetes won’t slow this Pro Bowl tight end down

Ravens News 7/20: AFCN superlatives and more


AFC NORTH SUPERLATIVES: BEST, UNDERRATED & BREAKOUT PLAYERS - Carter Donnick Most likely to disappoint: Miles Boykin, WR, Baltimore Ravens Putting forth a minor 13-198-3 line as a rookie, it...

Ravens News 7/15: OLB opportunity and more


Tyus Bowser Eyes Double-Digit Sacks in 2020 - Clifton Brown Terrell Suggs had 12 sacks in 2014, making him the last Raven to enjoy a double-digit sack season. “I definitely want to get into the...

Pushing All-In: Another WR is the Ravens missing ingredient


Lamar Jackson burst on the scene in 2018 as a rookie, elevating a 4-5 squad to a 10-6 AFC North champion. Then in 2019, despite significant offseason departures, a record setting offense coupled...

Ravens News 7/1: Expectations for Lamar and more


Could Lamar Jackson repeat as MVP? A progress report on the Ravens star, and what to expect in 2020 - Bill Barnwell The 2020 outlook If only because it’s virtually impossible to improve on an MVP...

Ravens News 6/26: Running against stacked boxes and more


Ranking 10 best 2020 NFL offseasons: Raiders enter Las Vegas era on a high note, Brady’s Bucs take top spot - Josh Edwards 3. Baltimore Ravens Safety Tony Jefferson was released and offensive...