- The Ravens felt they were doing the right thing asking for later bye and they still feel that way, even with a matchup versus Pittsburgh following London game.
- The Ravens have signed cornerbacks Brandon Boykin and Al-Hajj Shabazz while releasing veteran defensive back Kyle Arrington.
- The Monday matchup with the reigning AFC South-winning Texans is one of three prime-time games scheduled for the Ravens.
- Ravens officials frequently call the draft the “lifeblood” of their organization and they put a tremendous amount of time and resources in preparing for it each
- With the start of free agency a little over a week away, Ravens head coach John Harbaugh will speak to reporters on Day One of the NFL scouting combine
- Whether it's Le'Veon Bell, Kevin Zeitler, Brandon Williams or Lawrence Timmons, the AFC North boasts of some top pending free agents.
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Ravenscoach John HarbaughThere was one benefit to the season-ending loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. The Ravens dropped a couple of draft spots and will now pick 16th in first round.The Ravens' 19-14 win over the Cincinnati Bengals on Nov. 27 ended a five-game losing streak against their AFC North rival. But the Ravens have not fared well in Cincinnati. The Bengals have won 13 of 20 meetings against the Ravens on their home field, including four straight at Paul Brown Stadium. The series has been hotly contested with seven of the past eight games decided by eight points or fewer.Scrutiny on Ravens coach John Harbaugh, regarded by many around the league as one of the NFL's best, is as high as it has been in years.
There will be weeks, even months, to review the roster, make decisions on free agents and decide on a game plan to fortify a team that wasn't quite good enoIf Antonio Brown's go-ahead touchdown catch Sunday night triggered some bone-deep, Ravens-related PTSD, we here at The Baltimore Sun can explain.The Ravens had slowed down Ben Roethlisberger for the better part of three quarters, but when they really needed a stop, the defense had no answers.Longtime high school football coach Al Thomas, who won eight Maryland championships and was inducted into the state's Football Coaches Hall of Fame two decades before coaching his final game, died of cancer Friday night at age 76.On Christmas Day, the Ravens will attempt to take one step closer to capturing the AFC North title by defeating the Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field. And to do that, the unit must concentrate on stopping running back Le'Veon Bell.The Ravens, who are hoping to make an impact in late January and beyond, can reassure themselves that at least four of their players will play next month. Fullback Kyle Juszczyk, kicker Justin Tucker, linebacker C.J. Mosley and left guard Marshal Yanda were named to the Pro Bowl to be played on Jan. 29 at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Fla., the NFL announced Tuesday night. The Ravens put at least four players on the Pro Bowl roster for the 11th consecutive year.C.J. Mosley did not sugarcoat what he thought of the Ravens' run defense in their 27-26 win Sunday against the Philadelphia Eagles.