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.
There should no longer be any major concern about Pro Bowl outside linebacker Terrell Suggs being ready to play in the season opener against the Denver Broncos.
He reported to training camp Wednesday a bit heavy, but appeared much lighter than he did nearly a month ago. At the team’s opening practice Thursday morning, Suggs moved well. The quickness was there and so was his get-off, the ability to...Read more
When the Ravens went through their first practice at training camp Thursday, Pro Bowl inside linebacker C.J. Mosley lined up with the first-team defense and wasn't under any physical restrictions.
Mosley is nearly completely recovered from a wrist surgery he underwent this offseason that prevented him from taking part in full-team drills during minicamps. Mosley wore a brace on his surgically repaired...Read more
Rookie wide receiver Breshad Perriman, the Ravens’ first-round pick in this year’s NFL draft, ended an active practice early after he suffered a knee injury on a deep sideline reception.
“It’s not serious,” coach John Harbaugh said Thursday. “It’s all sound. He’ll be back as soon as the knee feels a little bit better. It could be as early as tomorrow, or a couple days at most.”
Perriman’s last play...Read more
Ravens cornerback Lardarius Webb failed his conditioning test Wednesday, which kept him off the practice field as training camp began Thursday in Owings Mills and earned him a spot on the non-football injury list until he passes.
“The conditioning test measures anaerobic conditioning,” coach John Harbaugh said. “It measures the ability to recover, to get your heart rate up and recover. Webby is in...Read more