- If this is the season the Ravens return to the Super Bowl, they’ll need more from quarterback Lamar Jackson as a passer.
- Teams often place players on the NFI list when they fail the team’s conditioning test upon reporting to training camp, as Cleveland did Tuesday.
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- Brandon Stephens, who was taken No. 104 overall, reported to training camp Tuesday and could push for snaps on the Ravens defense.
- Third-round pick Brandon Stephens is now the only rookie in the Ravens’ eight-player draft class who has not yet signed.
- The four-block, mostly industrial stretch in South Baltimore, known as the Warner Street corridor, could draw hundreds of thousands of visitors annually.
- From Lamar Jackson to Greg Roman to Odafe Oweh, here are the 10 most intriguing people in the Ravens organization as we prepare for the 2021 season.
- Quarterbacks like Tom Brady and Deshaun Watson have offered Lamar Jackson and Ravens officials a range of templates for what a new deal might look like.
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- NFL players seldom negotiate contracts without an agent, but Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson, who is eligible to sign an extension, could be negotiating his megadeal without one.
- In this age of mobile quarterbacks, the Ravens got another model in Tyler Huntley. His skill set is similar to Lamar Jackson’s, which makes him an ideal fit for this offense.
- Over his two-plus years in charge of the Ravens' personnel decisions, GM Eric DeCosta has shown a certain fondness for trades.
- Ravens coach John Harbaugh has played it down the middle to avoid creating a rift between himself, the organization and the players, but he should strongly recommend that everyone involved with the team gets the coronavirus vaccine before the start of the 2021 season.
- The Ravens don’t have many holes across their team, offense or defense. Still, some positions are more worrisome than others.