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Draft Scout Gino Gradkowski News
04/01/15 - C Gino Gradkowski was acquired by the Broncos from the Ravens Wednesday (April 1). The Ravens will receive a fourth-round pick in the 2016 draft from Denver, while the Ravens acquired a fifth-round pick from Baltimore in that same year's draft.
The 6-foot-3, 300-pound Gradkowski will rejoin Gary Kubiak, who left the Ravens as offensive coordinator after last season to become the Broncos' head coach. Gradkowski also will be reunited with former Ravens quarterbacks coach Rick Dennison, now the Broncos' offensive coordinator.
Gradkowski is a fourth-year player who appeared in 40 regular-season games (16 starts) and six playoff contests in three seasons for the Ravens. He was selected by Baltimore in the fourth round of the 2012 NFL Draft out of the University of Delaware.
Gradkowski started all 16 games at center for Baltimore in 2013 after seeing action in every contest during his 2012 rookie season in which the Ravens won Super Bowl XLVII.
07/31/13 - C Gino Gradkowski has the early edge over his competition. Gradkowski is trying to hold off the challenge from A.Q. Shipley, a former Indianapolis Colts starter. Gradkowski was mentored last year as a rookie by six-time Pro Bowl center Matt Birk.
01/18/13 - C Gino Gradkowski (concussion) passed his baseline test and is expected to play Sunday.
10/29/12 - C Gino Gradkowski is another player the Ravens are evaluating as a potential contributor on the offensive line.
05/09/12 - OG Gino Gradowski, a fourth-round pick of the Ravens in the 2012 NFL Draft, agreed to a four-year deal.
Gradkowski, a West Virginia transfer and All-American center at Delaware, was marked as a very good athlete by the Ravens. He will cross-train at guard and center with the long-term plan of replacing six-time Pro Bowl center Matt Birk.
Gradkowski is the younger brother of NFL quarterback Bruce Gradkowski.