The Ravens took to the field Saturday morning with a full roster of 70 players, meaning any decisions on cutting their roster from 70 to 53 players by the 4 p.m. deadline Saturday will come after practice.Read more
The Ravens continue to trim down their roster and their latest release was one of the team's preseason standouts.
The Ravens let go undrafted free agent wide receiver Daniel Brown, who caught a touchdown pass and blocked a punt in the loss to the Atlanta Falcons last night.Read more
It is hard to believe that in this day and age the Ravens can’t find a return specialist.
They aren’t looking for someone great, but a player who at least is solid, consistent and makes good decisions. You would figure there would be at least one among the Ravens current batch of running backs, receivers or defensive backs.Read more
The next 40 hours or so will be anxious times for the Ravens who happen to be on the roster bubble. Ravens coach John Harbaugh acknowledged that the organization has some tough decisions to make to get its roster down to 53 players by 4 p.m. Saturday.
Harbaugh singled out running back, wide receiver, defensive line and cornerback as positions where difficult calls need to be made.Read more
Jeff Zrebiec, reporter: All in all, a pretty successful night in that several of the Ravens' "bubble" players, like Kapron Lewis-Moore, Cassius Vaughn and Christo Bilukidi all played hard and well at times, and the team avoided any significant injuries to key reserves. Now comes the hard part.Read more
In their first on-camera interaction since a tense, 27-second interview at halftime of the Ravens preseason game against the Washington Redskins on Saturday, coach John Harbaugh smiled at Comcast SportsNet reporter Brent Harris and told him, "I love that question."
Harbaugh was publicly chastised by the media for his curt response to Harris' questios about running onto the field during a first-quarter fight that led to the ejection of wide receiver Steve Smith Sr. Harbaugh ended the three question interview by telling Harris: "Give me a good question and I'll answer it."
So Harris opened Thursday's halftime interview in Atlanta with a question about the team's late-half drive, as well as their goal-line stand earlier in the second quarter.
"I love that question. I love it," Harbaugh said. "The defense had a couple pressures here to knock them out of field-goal range; that was good. You know, penalties are hurting us. We just cannot be taking any penalties. Even in the kicking game, Cassius [Vaughn] makes a great play, gets called for sling-shotting. Little things like that are the things that are holding us back."
Harbaugh also praised undrafted rookie running back Terrence Magee.
"Running north and south," Harbaugh said. "He's a hard-running guy. I almost think he was going to step out of a couple of those, but all the backs ran well. Buck Allen ran well, our offensive line did a decent job. A lot of positives, but we'd like to get more points."
And so, I pray, we close the book on this chapter of our lives.Read more