In an interview with The Baltimore Sun this week, former Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis expressed optimism about the future of his old team, but not before offering this caveat:
Ravens head coach John Harbaugh finalized several changes to his coaching staff Wednesday, promoting five members from last season's staff and officially announcing the hiring of former Chicago Bears tight end coach Andy Bischoff.
Since he retired in February 2013 after the Ravens'Super Bowl XLVII victory over the San Francisco 49ers, Ray Lewis hasn't had any problems keeping busy.
The Ravens’ announcement that they’ll release defensive tackle Terrence Cody, who is the subject of an animal cruelty probe, after the Super Bowl doesn’t seem like a significant statement, given that Cody played just one game this past season, is a pending free agent and was...
If Marc Trestman had listened to Howard Schnellenberger, he might not have started on the path that has led him into 11 NFL cities and two college campuses, and that took him to Canada to realize a lifelong goal.
The Ravens will not raise ticket prices for the 2015 season, marking the second straight year they've stayed with the same pricing plan for games at M&T Bank Stadium.
Marc Trestman has been in this situation before.
In his first comments since being named Ravens offensive coordinator Tuesday, Marc Trestman made one thing clear: he has no plans to make sweeping changes with the offense.