Ravens Pro Bowl outside linebacker Elvis Dumervil is dealing with tendinitis in his knee, according to coach John Harbaugh.
Dumervil's condition isn't regarded as serious, but he was held out of practice Thursday. Dumervil led the Ravens with a franchise-record 17 sacks last season.
Meanwhile, Harbaugh said that rookie wide receiver Breshad Perriman has been diagnosed with a bruised knee. Perriman...Read more
Setting the scene: The Ravens began their second day of practice early Friday, taking the field around 9:45 a.m. on a clear, sunny morning in Owings Mills. The players wore shells, with Saturday scheduled to be the first full-contact practice.
Steve Smith Sr. shines again
The highlight of the first half of practice was a deep ball that Steve Smith beat cornerback Asa Jackson on for a touchdown. It...Read more
Ravens rookie wide receiver Breshad Perriman, who banged his knee coming to the ground on a jump-ball late in Thursday's first training camp practice, was absent from the second day of training camp Friday in Owings Mills.
Coach John Harbaugh on Thursday said the injury was "not serious."
"It’s all sound," Harbaugh said. "He’ll be back as soon as the knee feels a little bit better. It could be as...Read more
The Ravens have hired former Tampa Bay Buccaneers, New York Jets and Philadephia Eagles personnel department executive Scott Cohen as a consultant.
Cohen was hired earlier this year when he was let go by the Buccaneers after the NFL draft as their director of pro scouting.
Cohen was previously the Jets assistant general manager for five years working under then-general manager Mike Tannenbaum, who's...Read more
Ravens cornerback Lardarius Webb passed his conditioning test today after failing the timed running test on his initial try Wednesday at the start of training camp and not being allowed to practice, according to sources.
Webb will be activated from the non-football injury list and cleared to practice.
Webb took the test again this morning. The test consists of six timed 150-yard runs with different...Read more
Marshal Yanda is a farm boy from Iowa who grew up doing back-breaking chores at the break of dawn.
He's as gritty as it comes, playing through extreme pain and dishing out punishment as a technically sound, nasty blocker.
The Ravens' Pro Bowl right guard isn't necessarily comfortable with the high praise he's receiving with local media ranking him as the best player on the roster in an ESPN poll.