Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco is practicing for the second consecutive day Thursday after suffering a low-grade sprained medial collateral ligament in his...
Ravens tight end Dennis Pitta became a relative afterthought in the passing game Monday night, a situation triggered by how the Detroit Lions devoted...
Was the NFL tempting fate when it scheduled the Super Bowl for New Jersey in February? There's a 31 percent chance, according to AccuWeather.com.
Each week, Baltimore Sun columnist Mike Preston will answer questions from readers about the Ravens. You can submit questions during every game to sports@...
In the midst of a difficult season, Ravens running back Ray Rice acknowledged that he'll contemplate retirement when he turns 30 years old.
A collection of what other media outlets are saying as the Ravens prepare to play Sunday against the New England Patriots at M&T Bank Stadium.
The Federal Communications Commission wants to eliminate its almost 40-year-old sports blackout rules, which serve primarily to prevent NFL games being televised in markets where the home team failed to sell out the stadium.
Each Wednesday, blogger Matt Vensel highlights five stats that really mean something for the Ravens.
When Pro Bowl defensive tackle Vince Wilfork tore his right Achilles tendon in September, it created a huge void in the middle of the New England Patriots' defense.
It would appear the Ravens are heading into trouble because they struggle scoring touchdowns inside the red zone. The latest display came Monday night when the Ravens had to settle for six field goals from Justin Tucker to defeat the Detroit Lions, 18-16.
In an unsurprising choice, Ravens kicker Justin Tucker has been named the AFC Special Teams Player of the Week after his performance Monday night against the Detroit Lions.
Daryl Smith has been a Raven for a little more than six months, long enough for the veteran middle linebacker to get swept up in the late-season feeling that has seemingly overtaken the organization for a second straight year.
The Ravens faced many challenges when it came to roster management after winning Super Bowl XLVII. As a result, the Ravens had to let a few key players from last season go. Here is a look at how those players still in the NFL, performed in Week 15.
Ravens 18, Lions 16
Dolphins 24, Patriots 20
When running back Ray Rice plunged into the middle of the line on third-and-10 for a gain of 2 yards just before Tucker's dramatic boot, it didn't seem particularly significant. But given that Tucker's kick narrowly cleared the crossbar by a few yards, every bit of Rice's yardage was necessary.
The Ravens have placed former University of Maryland tight end Matt Furstenburg on the practice squad injured reserve list and signed tight end Nathan Overbay to the practice squad to replace him.
Fullback Vonta Leach was an afterthought during Monday night’s 18-16 win over the Detroit Lions.
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I've had to explain this about 50 times since February: Yes, I was at the Super Bowl, but I didn't even go in to watch the Ravens play in the Super Bowl. Best decision of 2013, and maybe, just...
A federal appeals court upheld a decision Tuesday that the NFL and Ravens could use their former "Flying B" logo to depict the team's history, lyrically defending the concept of fair use in copyright law in the process.
Baltimore Sun columnist Mike Preston delivers his grades on the Ravens' two-point victory over the Detroit Lions in Week 15 of the 2013 NFL season.
The Ravens continue to rise up my weekly NFL power rankings after winning their fourth straight game Monday night. Of course, they soared past the Detroit Lions. But where will they end up landing?
Now, everyone will take the Ravens seriously.
The powerful right leg of kicker Justin Tucker has vaulted the Ravens back into control of the sixth and final playoff spot in the AFC.
Instead of being manhandled by a formidable Detroit Lions defensive line headlined by defensive tackles Ndamukong Suh and Nick Fairley, the Ravens' interior offensive line proved they weren't overmatched Monday night.
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.
The Ravens' offense takes on whatever personality fits week to week - December 12, 2013 - There are few moments during a season when NFL coaches are completely honest and Ravens coach John Harbaugh had one of those Monday...