Setting the scene
The Ravens took the field for their first full-pads practice at 1 p.m. at the Under Armour Performance Center in Owings Mills, with temperatures creeping into the low 90s on a hot August afternoon.
Jernigan explodes on Yanda
The most impressive play of the early portion of practice belonged to second-year defensive tackle Timmy Jernigan, who on a run play during full-team plays pushed...Read more
Ravens Pro Bowl outside linebacker Elvis Dumervil is dealing with tendinitis in his Achilles and is sidelined for his second consecutive practice.
Dumervil was held out of practice Friday.
Dumervil led the Ravens with a franchise-record 17 sacks last season.
Rookie wide receiver Breshad Perriman, the Ravens' first-round draft pick, missed his second practice in a row because of a bruised knee.
If this year’s draft class is as good as expected, the Ravens will have a solid foundation to build upon for years to come. They’re going to need it after Friday’s announcement of the new contract signed by Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson.
According to reports, Wilson agreed to a four-year contract worth $87.5 million with nearly $60 million guaranteed including a $31 million signing bonus. According...Read more
In a quest to increase his flexibility and avoid the muscle pulls that have plagued him over the past year, Ravens wide receiver Michael Campanaro took up yoga and Pilates this offseason.
The River Hill graduate took advice from Pittsburgh Steelers All-Pro wide receiver Antonio Brown along with the Ravens' trainers and strength and conditioning staff.
Campanaro has made a full recovery from a partially...Read more
The plastic is about to start popping as the sounds of football will commence today and Sunday at the Ravens' training camp.
After two days of non-contact drills, the Ravens will start hitting today and will be in full pads.
The Ravens will attempt to limit the risk of injury by not going down to the ground as much as possible. Inevitably, though, there will be major collisions on the practice fields...Read more
The Ravens are signing former Army quarterback Trent Steelman to a contract and cutting undrafted rookie quarterback Jerry Lovelocke (Edmondson), according to sources.
Steelman tried out this week at wide receiver during an audition that included former Grambling quarterback D.J. Williams, retired Washington Redskins quarterback Doug Williams' son, and former West Georgia quarterback Austin Trainor.