The Ravens' scouting department will be joined during training camp by a trio of former players.
The Ravens have hired retired linebacker Jarret Johnson and retired cornerback Duane Starks, a starter on their Super Bowl XXXV championship team who scored a touchdown against the New York Giants in that win, as scouting interns for camp, according to the team.
Johnson officially retired with the Ravens...Read more
Ravens offensive tackle Rick Wagner and center Jeremy Zuttah have made significant progress in their rehabilitation from injuries, according to NFL sources.
Wagner underwent surgery following a Lisfranc foot sprain suffered in December against the Houston Texans, is healthy enough that he could play in preseason games and is on target for the season-opener against the Denver Broncos, a source said.
Bryn Renner learned far more than he wanted to about dealing with adversity during his time as a prolific quarterback at North Carolina.
The Ravens reserve quarterback endured injuries, including a left non-throwing shoulder injury that required surgery to repair a detached labrum and fractured scapula during his senior year for the Tar Heels.
Renner played for three different head coaches for a program...Read more
Ravens rookie running back Javorious "Buck" Allen has passed his physical, officially clearing him to practice.
Allen and fellow rookies Tray Walker and Leon Brown were initially on the non-football injury list before passing their physicals, which includes a mandatory conditioning test.
Rookies reported to training camp Wednesday. Veterans report this week, and the first full-team practice is Thursday.
The Ravens and Indianapolis Colts just can't seem to distance themselves from the New England Patriots' "Deflategate" scandal.
ESPN’s Sal Paolantonio, speaking on a San Diego radio show on Friday, said if NFL commissioner Roger Goodell reduced Patriots quarterback Tom Brady's four-game suspension, it would upset Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti and Colts owner Jim Irsay (and unnamed others in the AFC,...Read more