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  • News and notes from Ravens' workout today

    News and notes from Ravens' workout today
    Another Ravens organized team activity just came to an end, and coach John Harbaugh, along with the team's coordinators, met the media following it. We'll have plenty of coverage on our site later but here are a few notes to tide you over until then:...
  • New defensive coordinator Dean Pees says Ravens can overcome injury to Terrell Suggs

    New defensive coordinator Dean Pees says Ravens can overcome injury to Terrell Suggs
    Dean Pees has been through this before. He was the linebackers coach for the New England Patriots when he learned that Tedy Bruschi, a Pro Bowl middle linebacker and one of the team's emotional leaders, had a stroke, putting both his 2005 season and...
  • Last year's Ravens rookies finally get their offseason coaching

    Last year's Ravens rookies finally get their offseason coaching
    The season was a whirlwind for the Ravens' 2011 class of rookies. It swept them up when the NFL lockout ended last July and dropped them at The Castle in Owings Mills a day later for their first training camp. It carried them through a 12-4 season all...
  • Ravens news and notes after second OTA

    Ravens news and notes after second OTA
    I feel like I have to preface every one of these post-OTA observation blogs by offering the reminder that drawing any conclusions from these workouts would be foolish on my part. Still, some players clearly make a bigger impression than others and I can...
  • Ravens players missing OTAs is just not a big deal

    Ravens players missing OTAs is just not a big deal
    Can everyone just chill about all the Ravens missing from this week's OTAs? Yes, there are some prominent names missing. Future Hall of Famers Ray Lewis and Ed Reed elected not to show up, which is a dog-bites-man story, since they hardly ever show at...
  • On OTA attendance in Baltimore and across the NFL

    On OTA attendance in Baltimore and across the NFL
    Much has been made around here -- and elsewhere too -- about which players have and haven’t been attending the Ravens’ voluntary organized team activities the past three weeks. The Ravens were missing seven players during their first OTA...
  • Minicamp ends with more questions for Ravens' offensive line

    Minicamp ends with more questions for Ravens' offensive line
    One of John Harbaugh's offensive tackles had been carted off the field and another was held out of this week's three-day mandatory minicamp so he could focus on his conditioning. After another hot practice under the bright sun, the Ravens' coach didn't...
  • Assessing the Ravens' young talent

    Assessing the Ravens' young talent
    Drafting and developing young players is the lifeblood of any successful NFL team, and there is no question the Ravens have a very good track record of not only landing good players with their first-round picks, but also unearthing hidden gems in the...
  • Chiefs release former Ravens tackle Jared Gaither

    The Kansas City Chiefs have released former Ravens offensive tackle Jared Gaither. The 6-foot-9 left tackle signed with the Chiefs this summer after he and the Ravens parted ways. He was active for 10 games this season, but was a backup to Chiefs...
  • Age a concern for the Ravens' offensive line?

    Age a concern for the Ravens' offensive line?
    In an effort to eventually become younger and more athletic on the offensive line, the Ravens drafted a pair of linemen in April’s NFL draft. But with the signing of veteran Bobbie Williams, now the frontrunner to start at left guard entering...
  • "State of Ravens" address produces no surprises but spurs some obvious conclusions

    "State of Ravens" address produces no surprises but spurs some obvious conclusions
    By now, we’ve all had some time to digest the annual “State of the Ravens” address. It was interesting and somewhat informative, yet I gather that nothing said by Owner Steve Bisciotti or General Manager Ozzie Newsome was truly...
  • With these three tweaks, Ravens' offense could be humming

    With these three tweaks, Ravens' offense could be humming
    This is the first installment of a three-part series in which Baltimore Sun staff writer Matt Vensel examines all three phases of the Ravens and how those areas can be improved this offseason. He will tackle the Ravens defense in Friday's newspaper and...