Ravens running back Justin Forsett and former Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith are headed to Flint, Mich., on Tuesday to lend support to the city as it grapples with a growing water crisis.Read more
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On Nov. 22, Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco tore his left ACL and MCL, ending his season and starting a rehabilitation process of six to nine months.
On Dec. 30, Ravens coach John Harbaugh said Flacco "is going to be ready for training camp" next season.
On Sunday, Flacco's stride looked solid, if not elite.
Flacco was introduced before Super Bowl 50 as the Most Valuable Player of Super Bowl XLVII.Read more
Yes, that was Chad Steele of the Ravens’ media relations staff getting more face time on television Sunday than Peyton Manning.
Steele, the Ravens’ vice president of public relations, has been working for the NFL during Super Bowl 50 week in Santa Clara, Calif.
He was behind Manning and Broncos coach Gary Kubiak after the game as they were being interviewed.Read more
Super Bowl 50 probably will be a little boring: Two top defenses playing. Peyton Manning flailing about. Jim Nantz and Phil Simms talking. And don't get me started on Coldplay.
That's why it's important you get the important stuff out of the way. I'm talking, of course, about preparing for the Super Bowl's many awesome and awful ads.Read more
Last we heard from Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith Sr.'s son, Peyton, he was at M&T Bank Stadium, sitting in the stands for a preseason game with his recently ejected father.
The two made headlines again Wednesday, but for a different reason, and in a different sport. A soccer star at Carmel Christian (N.C.), Peyton Smith signed his letter of intent to play at DePaul.Read more