Rookie tight end Maxx Williams, who has been in a red non-contact jersey every practice since the Ravens resumed practicing after the Aug. 22 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles, shouldn't be dealing with his injury by the regular season opener at Denver, coach John Harbaugh said.Read more
Defensive end Lawrence Guy on Tuesday returned from a knee injury suffered Saturday against the Washington Redskins, giving the Ravens a boost at a defensive line position that could be thin in the final preseason game.
Starting defensive tackle Timmy Jernigan (knee) and defensive end DeAngelo Tyson (shoulder) also left the Washington game and haven’t practiced since.Read more
The Ravens trimmed their roster down to the required 75 today, placing Dennis Pitta on the physically unable to perform list and waiving undrafted free agent offensive tackle De'Ondre Wesley.
The Ravens also waived undrafted free agent offensive tackle Darryl Baldwin a day after they put the former Ohio State player on the non-football injury list.Read more
Wide receiver Michael Campanaro (River Hill) returned to practice Monday to participate in individual drills after missing more than two weeks with an unspecified soft tissue injury and joins a wide receiver competition that, thanks in part to several injuries, hasn’t yielded results in the preseason.Read more
Some wondered why safety Will Hill would delay free agency after the 2015 season to sign what technically amounts to a one-year contract extension with the Ravens. Hill, though, will make out pretty well in the deal.
His new contract is a two-year deal that covers the 2015 and 2016 seasons and is worth $7 million. That includes a $3.5 million signing bonus and $5.16 million in guaranteed money.Read more
Ravens coach John Harbaugh was excited to see safety Terrence Brooks back on the field Saturday after a knee injury last December put his entire 2015 in doubt, but wanted to reserve judgment until after he watched tape of Brooks’ performance against the Washington Redskins.
Now that he has, Harbaugh gave a promising report on the second-year safety.
“Terrence played well,” he said.Read more