There were really no major revelations in Tuesday's "State of the Ravens" news conference that featured team owner Steve Bisciotti, president Dick Cass, general manager Ozzie Newsome and head coach John Harbaugh.
When Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti last was in this setting five months ago, he vehemently defended the reputation of his organization and its handling of the Ray Rice situation. He was uncharacteristically nervous, stern and even a little agitated at times.
It was on Feb. 17 of last year when the Ravens officially agreed to a contract extension with outside linebacker Terrell Suggs, resolving one of their primary contract issues and providing themselves with some much-needed salary cap room heading into the free agency period.
There's a lot of speculation that pending free agent running back Justin Forsett will wind up in Denver with Gary Kubiak, but I don’t see it. Obviously, Kubiak pushed for the Ravens to sign Forsett last offseason and the two are close. Forsett is also a great fit in Kubiak’s...
For the next four weeks before the start of free agency, and again during the lead-up to the NFL draft, there will be a lot of focus on how the Ravens address the cornerback position.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers Wednesday released veteran quarterback Josh McCown about 11 months after they signed him to a two-year, $10 million deal to be their starter.
Baltimore Sun reporter Jeff Zrebiec shares his thoughts on the Ravens' pick in some early mock drafts, a big offseason for Courtney Upshaw and more.
Over the next four weeks, the Ravens will work to get their salary cap in order and put the organization in the best possible situation before the start of the new league year and free agency on March 10.