Although the three members of what Justin Tucker began calling “The Wolfpack” during his rookie season don't exactly conjure up images of the group from the motley cast of characters in the “Hangover” movie series that inspired the name, there is one commonality: What happens in Baltimore stays...
Flacco seems to be well aware of those who have made successful comebacks the season after major knee surgery, including an elite class of quarterbacks led by Philip Rivers, Tom Brady and Carson Palmer, who did it twice over a nine-year span in Cincinnati and Arizona.
Now three plus years removed from winning Super Bowl XLVII, the franchise appears to be nearing a crossroads.
Terrell Suggs tore his Achilles during the offseason in 2012, and returned quickly enough to help the Ravens win Super Bowl XLVII. After suffering another torn Achilles last year in Week 1, Suggs, who turns 34 next month, will try to again return strong.
The Ravens open the 2016 season in a matter of days, so if you've turned off the football part of your brain for the past eight months, now's the time to re-engage it.
On his visit this spring to Zappos, Ronnie Stanley toured the online shoe and clothing retailer's Las Vegas headquarters and met with the company's bigwigs.
If the grass looks greener to fans at M&T Bank Stadium when the Ravens season opens Sunday, it's not just because the artificial turf has been replaced with more than 50,000 square feet of pristine, natural grass. Eight months after a losing season marked by injuries to key stars and conspicuously...
The Ravens clearly are intrigued enough by Lamar Jackson to bring in the Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback in for a pre-draft visit. But that doesn't mean they are taking him with the 16th overall pick.
The Ravens open at home against the Buffalo Bills, will be done with AFC North road games after Oct. 7, have a three-game road trip, have a three-game homestand, face four straight 2017 playoff teams in the midseason, and have back-to-back road games against the Falcons and Chiefs in December.
Coming off a 9-7 season and missing the playoffs for the third straight year, the Ravens found out how tough their road back to the playoffs will be when the 2018 NFL schedule was released Thursday night. The Baltimore Sun staff weighs in on the schedule's difficulty.
Through Wednesday, the day before the start of the three-day NFL draft, The Baltimore Sun will break down what the Ravens have at each position, the chance that they will add to it and what prospects could possibly be targeted with those picks. Today we’ll look at offensive linemen.
The Ravens say that making the tickets available earlier is an effort to get ahead of the secondary market.