Dromaeosaurs

Dromaeosaurs (commonly called "raptors") were a group of meat-eating theropod dinosaurs with large, hooked claws on each foot. They were swift and agile hunters, using a long, stiffened tail as a counterbalance when running. The curved, serrated teeth of dromaeosaurs are relatively common. at Dinosaur Park. The Maryland dromaeosaur was about 5 feet long, making it similar in size to its relatives Velociraptor and Deinonychus.
Dromaeosaur Fossils
Dromaeosaurs found in China have been discovered to have feathers, and it is likely that their Maryland relatives were feathered as well.