The Ravens' unofficial first half started with three wins and ended with four losses. An uplifting September morphed into a dreadful October that summoned flashbacks to last year's 5-11 debacle.
A year after he set numerous NCAA records, garnered a groundswell of support for college football's highest individual honor and finished leading Navy to an unprecedented run of success, Keenan Reynolds is working on his skill set in near anonymity.
The trade deadline will come and go on Nov. 1, and there will be plenty of rumors until then about potential moves. Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome has probably had some conversations already and he’ll continue to have more leading into the deadline.
The Ravens' troubles on offense are many, and the potential remedies are varied. As far as quarterback Joe Flacco is concerned, a healthy and effective offensive line is one of the highest priorities.
With starting running back Terrance West missing practice this week because of an ankle injury, rookie fourth-round draft pick Kenneth Dixon got more opportunities and coach John Harbaugh liked what he saw.
Flacco: "I'm obviously not playing good enough."
Ravens return specialist Devin Hester said his recent spate of fumbles is linked to a pulled groin injury.
Breshad Perriman sat slouched in front of his locker at MetLife Stadium, a hood and winter hat covering part of his face. Ravens wide receiver Kamar Aiken offered a few reassuring words to Perriman before he headed to the shower. Mike Wallace then spent about five minutes talking to the young receiver,...
A torn biceps wiped out Matt Elam’s 2015 campaign before it even began. And a knee injury in August threatened to do the same thing for the Ravens strong safety’s 2016 season.
After practice, Suggs, 34, was his usual outspoken self when asked why he insisted on returning. “Man, who am I? What team do I play for? I come from an area where this is just a bump in the road,” he said.
A trade could revitalize a career that has trended in the wrong direction during a time when it should be in its prime.
Entering the bye week, the Ravens are assured of not adding to their four-game losing streak for now. And their hopes of ending that skid could be bolstered by the return of a pair of injured starters.
The Ravens players gathered Monday in the auditorium at the Under Armour Performance Center. There was no opponent to prepare for this weekend. However, there was a game to review and the players and coaches had plenty to go over from Sunday's 24-16 loss to the New York Jets.
With the Ravens not playing Sunday, wide receiver Steve Smith Sr. won't be able to show off his new cleats this month, which is a shame.
The Ravens are at that point of the season where everyone has to be fully accountable. If they can turn it around, then current personnel remain status quo. If not, changes have to be made.
The Ravens registered their 11th blocked kick since 2014 – an NFL high – when nose tackle Brandon Williams knocked down Jets kicker Nick Folk’s 51-yard field-goal attempt with 3:04 left in the fourth quarter.
Although he is a rookie, left tackle Ronnie Stanley has demonstrated a deft touch at avoiding answering questions about the foot injury that has sidelined him for the Ravens’ last four games and a timetable for his return. Coach John Harbaugh also isn't divulging much about the health of the sixth...
Despite being limited in practice last week because of a concussion, Jimmy Smith made his customary start at cornerback in the Ravens’ 24-16 loss to the New York Jets on Sunday at MetLife Stadium. Although he was listed as questionable to play, Smith did not have any doubts that he would start....
Despite skipping two practices last week and being limited on Friday, quarterback Joe Flacco started and played the entirety of Sunday’s 24-16 loss to the New York Jets here at MetLife Stadium. Afterward, Flacco declared that his right shoulder was fine.
The Ravens played like one of the worst teams in the league, and John Harbaugh is going to start taking real heat for it.
Offensive line: The Ravens had decent protection for Flacco for nearly three quarters but couldn't handle the pressure in the fourth. Jets defensive lineman Sheldon Richardson took turns beating tackle Alex Lewis and guard John Urschel on the left side, as well as center Jeremy Zuttah. Lewis might...
Wide receiver Mike Wallace knew the Ravens had little success running the ball in their 24-16 loss to the New York Jets on Sunday afternoon. But the extent of the offense's futility surprised him. Informed that the Ravens had finished with a franchise-worst 6 rushing yards on 12 attempts against...
There is no silver lining in the dark cloud that hangs over the Ravens. They are just a bad football team.
Entering Sunday's game, the New York Jets ranked last in the NFL in takeaways. On Sunday, the Ravens did what they could to help lift New York from the cellar. In one game, the Jets matched their previous season total of three takeaways, recording two interceptions and one fumble recovery in their...
One-by-one, after their latest mistake-filled loss, Ravens players stood up and bluntly assessed the state of the team. "We're not good right now," Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco said. "I think that's the biggest thing."
The Ravens dropped their fourth consecutive game, but might have gotten a glimpse of their future at outside linebacker.
0 — Trips to the red zone for the Ravens' offense Sunday. 4 — Consecutive losses for the Ravens. That's the longest streak since nine straight losses in 2007, the year before John Harbaugh arrived. 6 — Rushing yards by the Ravens. It's the first time in team history the team didn't reach double-figures...
The good news for the Ravens is they now have two weeks to get healthy and try to fix their myriad issues that have led to the first four-game losing streak in coach John Harbaugh’s tenure. The bad news is there’s been no indication that they are capable of such corrections, or that this once-promising...
Jeff Zrebiec, Ravens reporter: I'm not sure an NFL team could need its bye week as much as the Ravens do right now. But while the week off could allow the Ravens to get a few of their prominent players back from injury, it's not going to cure everything that ails this team right now. Right now,...
The good news for the Ravens is that quarterback Joe Flacco is active for Sunday’s game against the New York Jets. But Flacco has not been on the field here at MetLife Stadium to take part in pregame warmups as he usually has been.
The Ravens had three weeks to evaluate Lorenzo Taliaferro in practice, but the team apparently didn’t need much time to decide the third-year running back would be a good addition to its injury-plagued 53-man roster.
No team in the NFL has gone for it on fourth down more this season than John Harbaugh's Ravens. Dating to 2014, the Ravens have attempted a fourth-down conversion seven more times than any other team in the NFL.
For the second straight week, the Ravens won't have strong-side linebacker Elvis Dumervil (foot) and middle linebacker C.J. Mosley (hamstring). Both players were declared out for the New York Jets game.
Throughout league, the often-game-changing penalties are under scrutiny
Quarterback had missed back-to-back days with sore right throwing shoulder
Since dropping a 19-16 decision in overtime to the New York Jets on Nov. 2, 1997, the Ravens have dominated the series, winning eight consecutive games. That's tied for the fourth-longest active streak in the NFL by a team against a single opponent. And the Ravens have won three of four meetings...
Mike Preston breaks down the three matchups that could determine who wins Sunday's game between the Ravens and Jets in East Rutherford, N.J.
The Ravens play at the New York Jets on Sunday at 1 p.m.
Zachary Orr has made playing inside linebacker look fairly easy. In his first year as a starter, Orr leads the Ravens in tackles with 50. He has also recorded two fumble recoveries, one forced fumble, one interception, and three pass breakups.
The Ravens drafted Kamalei Correa and Matthew Judon in the second and fifth rounds, respectively, hoping they'd make an immediate impact but also envisioning them as potential replacements for Suggs and Dumervil down the road. Their contributions are needed now.