Known primarily for his game-breaking, kick-return ability, Jacoby Jones was viewed by some as a luxury item for the Ravens who seemingly had bigger needs. But general manager Ozzie Newsome and head coach John Harbaugh didn’t quite see it that way.
With NFL free agency in its second day, Baltimore Sun reporter Aaron Wilson takes a look at some other free agents -- and one high-profile potential free...
The Carolina Panthers and veteran wide receiver Steve Smith are heading toward a divorce, a development the Ravens are expected to monitor closely.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - The Jacksonville Jaguars have traded quarterback Blaine Gabbert to the San Francisco 49ers for an undisclosed draft pick.
With NFL free agency set to officially begin at 4 p.m. today, The Baltimore Sun's Jeff Zrebiec breaks down several topics involving the Ravens, including whether tackle Eugene Monroe will return.
The Ravens have arrived at a rare moment in franchise history.
The Ravens aren't offering wide receiver Tandon Doss a restricted free agent tender, according to a source.
Cornerback Corey Graham exceeded the expectations of just about everyone beyond himself and the Ravens after he signed with the team as a free agent two offseasons ago.
The Ravens have maintained an active dialogue with offensive tackle Eugene Monroe, and there's now optimism that an agreement can be reached, according to league sources.
It is impossible to go shopping without money in the bank account in the NFL.
The Ravens’ offseason legal problems continued early Sunday morning when reserve offensive lineman Jah Reid was arrested and charged with two misdemeanor counts of battery following an altercation at a strip club in Key West, Fla.
The Ravens have reached a two-year agreement with reserve linebacker and special teams player Albert McClellan, according to NFL sources.
The NFL's annual free-agency spending spree officially gets underway Tuesday, with the Ravens in a slightly different position than in the recent past.
Ravens veteran free-agent defensive tackle Arthur Jones is off to a fast start leading up to the signing period that starts Tuesday.
The Baltimore Ravens cheerleading squad is holding tryouts this weekend to add fresh faces for next year's team. More than 200 women and men tryout for about 50 slots.
Detroit Lions owner William Clay Ford Sr. died of pneumonia at his home. He was 88.
Fulfilling their top free agent priority, the Ravens have agreed to a five-year deal with left tackle Eugene Monroe, the first step in an expected offensive line makeover.
A stellar NFL scouting combine performance could elevate Wake Forest wide receiver Michael Campanaro's draft status.
Colin Cloherty was a seldom-used tight end for the San Francisco 49ers, his third team in his first two years in the NFL, when the league locked out its players at the start of a long, contentious labor showdown in 2011.
Veteran defensive tackle Arthur Jones is expected to emerge as a major commodity in free agency, where he'll command hefty contract offers that the Ravens won't attempt to compete with, according to sources.
Starting Tuesday at 4 p.m., these 2013 Ravens are free to negotiate and sign with the other 31 teams in the league. Baltimore Sun reporter Jeff Zrebiec takes a glance at each one.
With the start of free agency nearing, Smith could look to Jackson's four-year, $22 million contract with the Indianapolis Colts as a gauge of his own value ¿ either to the Ravens, or the rest of the league.
Ozzie Newsome and the Ravens haven't been particularly active in handing out huge contracts to free agents. But that's not to say the Ravens haven't added important pieces through free agency.
When tight end Dennis Pitta learned that his fractured and dislocated right hip wouldn't keep him out from the entirety of last season, the biggest question became just how effective and explosive he would be when he returned.
The Ravens continue to evaluate safety draft prospects, and secondary coach Steve Spagnuolo attended Northern Illinois safety Jimmie Ward's campus Pro Day workout Friday, according to a source.
At some point over the next seven weeks, Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco is planning on getting together with Ravens wide receivers and tight ends for informal workouts to begin preparation for the 2014 season.
When Joe Flacco and the Ravens offense caught fire during the 2012 postseason, a big spark was the play of a pair of pass-catchers over the middle. With the Ravens often going three-wide with tight end Dennis Pitta in the slot, Flacco had a lot of success targeting Pitta and burly slot receiver...
With the free agency signing period set to begin Tuesday, the Ravens' primary focus remains on trying to retain their own players.
We've scanned the archives and assembled this collection of Ray Lewis photos, capturing moments -- on and off the field -- from each year of No. 52's storied 17-season career with the Ravens.
Loyola defenseman Joe Fletcher has added a word to the lacrosse lexicon with his lock-down skills - March 7, 2014 - The term around the Loyola lacrosse team is "Fletched," as in the opposing attackman got "Fletched." Or when the Greyhouds' star...