The Ravens re-designed their backfield around Lamar Jackson and set a single-season rushing record in 2019. With their trio of running backs expected to return, they'll look to carry that performance deeper into the playoffs.
Terrell Suggs fully expected his former Ravens teammates to thrive without him. What the great linebacker did not expect was to land with the Chiefs for another Super Bowl run at the end of his 17th season.
As Lamar Jackson finishes his second season with the Ravens, he already has Baltimoreans talking about him as the next in a line of transcendent athletes who have connected with the city on a higher level.
From John Harbaugh's lack of regret about the Ravens' plan for their playoff loss to the Tennessee Titans to his enduring faith in quarterback Lamar Jackson, here are three takeaways from his season-ending news conference.
Art Modell, the late Ravens owner who brought professional football back to Baltimore when he moved his team from Cleveland after the 1995 season, has again missed out on making Pro Football Hall of Fame. But Baltimore native and longtime New York Giants general manager George Young was selected as part of the class of 2020.
After a spectacular Ravens season ended with a fizzle, what conclusions can be drawn? From Lamar Jackson blowing away expectations to the difficulty of squaring that final loss with the team's overall excellence, here are five things.
The 2012 Ravens did not have long to celebrate their Super Bowl victory before becoming a fundamentally different team. We don’t yet know if the 2019 team will make it all the way to the final game of the season, but we do know that win or lose, this version of the Ravens is not staring at an epic teardown.
Ravens coach John Harbaugh believes the surest way to seal your doom in the NFL is to stand still. By embracing change in the form of quarterback Lamar Jackson, Harbaugh has his team on the NFL's cutting edge in his 12th season.
From the Ravens' passionate performance in a game they did not need to the joy displayed by backup quarterback Robert Griffin III, here are five things we learned from a 28-10 regular-season-closing victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The Ravens surpassed 3,000 rushing yards for the season Sunday, becoming the first NFL team to do so since 1978. This weekend, against the Pittsburgh Steelers, they need 93 yards break the single-season record.
From Lamar Jackson's closing argument in his MVP campaign to the Ravens setting the Super Bowl as their bar for success, here are five things we learned from their 31-15 victory over the Cleveland Browns.
Like Michael Jordan, Michael Phelps and other great athletes before him, Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson possesses an engine that creates remarkable competitive achievements out of doubts and slights.
The Ravens mostly stuck to their usual patterns in a 42-21 win over the New York Jets, but veteran utility lineman James Hurst stepped in for injured left tackle Ronnie Stanley without any obvious problems.
Lamar Jackson and Josh Allen were the most nitpicked prospects in the ballyhooed quarterback class of 2018. But as they prepare for a high-stakes meeting in Buffalo, they've emerged as the cream of that crop.
The Ravens seem to face another high-profile match-up every week. But some are calling their impending showdown with the San Francisco 49ers, which will pit the NFL's top scoring offense against its top defense, the game of the year.
Defensive tackles Domata Peko Sr. and Justin Ellis took on significant workloads just a few days after signing with the Ravens, while inside linebackers Josh Bynes and Patrick Onwuasor saw their snaps diminish in a blowout win over the Houston Texans.
The Ravens will face a talented all-around offense and a stout run defense when they host the Houston Texans on Sunday. Will their league-best running offense be enough to carry the match-up of divisional leaders?
Ravens coach John Harbaugh laughed Monday when asked about a video the team posted of him speaking with quarterback Lamar Jackson on the sideline during Sunday’s 49-13 blowout of the Cincinnati Bengals. “I was kind of curious how that got out,” he said.