Trent Steelman traveled an unconventional, twisting path to the Ravens' practice field Saturday after the former Army standout quarterback was signed to a contract years after he first tried out for the AFC North franchise.
Steelman auditioned for the Ravens at a rookie minicamp two years ago and was offered a contract, but couldn't join the team because of his military service commitment.
Now, the...Read more
The true litmus test for new offensive coordinator Marc Trestman and a blended offense that still incorporates many of former offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak's West Coast offensive concepts is roughly six weeks away.
That's when Trestman's offensive wrinkles, including his penchant for deep shots, screen passes to the running backs and plenty of double tight end formations, will be on display when...Read more
Ravens wide receiver Kamar Aiken made a sound adjustment to the football Saturday afternoon, twisting his body underneath coverage to position himself for a difficult catch in traffic over the middle.
Aiken later duplicated that feat during the Ravens' first day of contact drills of training camp.
Competing for a starting job with rookie first-round draft pick Breshad Perriman and Marlon Brown, Aiken...Read more
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. Practice ended around 3:45 p.m., right after the third-string players finished their live scrimmage.
Jernigan explodes on Yanda
The most impressive play of the early portion of practice...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