Setting the scene: The Ravens began their second straight day of full-pads practice at 4 p.m. on a warm afternoon in Owings Mills with a large crowd in attendance. Many of the veterans got the day off, but the young stars of the team put on a good show.
Young pass rushers shine: On a day when Terrell Suggs, Elvis Dumervil and Chris Canty weren’t around, the young emerging stars in their position groups...Read more
After a hot afternoon in full pads Saturday, Ravens coach John Harbaugh appears to have given several veterans Sunday off.
Among those not on the field early in practice were wide receiver Steve Smith Sr., outside linebacker Terrell Suggs, guards Marshal Yanda and Kelechi Osemele, defensive end Chris Canty, and running back Justin Forsett.
Harbaugh traditionally gives veterans days off during training...Read more
Ravens wide receiver Marlon Brown has a back injury and is regarded as day-to-day, according to sources.
The injury isn't considered serious at this time.
Brown didn't practice Saturday, the third day of training camp.
Brown is competing for a starting job opposite five-time Pro Bowl selection Steve Smith.
Brown, 24, has outstanding size at 6-foot-5, 214 pounds.
He caught 24 passes for 255 yards and...Read more
Coaches and teammates alike have raved about rookie wide receiver Breshad Perriman’s speed on the field and his ability to learn quickly off it.
But as a knee injury suffered late in his first training camp practice Thursday keeps Perriman off the field — he missed Friday, and Saturday’s padded practice with what coach John Harbaugh called a bruise — his progress could be stunted.
Offensive coordinator...Read more
Ravens strong safety Matt Elam may have torn his biceps and is undergoing a magnetic resonance imaging exam today to determine the severity of his injury, according to sources.
It's feared that the injury could be season-ending. A complete tear where surgery is required could take four to six months of recovery time whereas a partial tear typically heals in three to six weeks.
Elam got hurt in practice...Read more
Regardless of rookie Maxx Williams being a second-round draft pick, it’s hard to imagine him beating out Crockett Gillmore as the full-time starting tight end.
Williams isn’t a strong enough blocker yet. To be honest, he needs some more butt in his pants and a year in the weight room. During a one-on-one period Saturday where tight ends had to block outside linebackers, Gillmore performed well. It...Read more