Reserve linebacker Brendon Ayanbadejo apologized today for comments he made last night on his Twitter account criticizing the New England Patriots, the Ravens' opponent in Sunday's AFC championship game.
Offensive coordinator Jim Caldwell and special teams coordinator Jerry Rosburg probably exhaled mightily after rookie kicker Justin Tucker nailed a 47-yard field goal to give the Ravens a 38-35 win against the Denver Broncos in double overtime Saturday night, but for different reasons.
Providing a bit of bulletin-board material before the New England Patriots even officially finished off the Houston Texans to reach the AFC championship game, special-teams ace Brendon Ayanbadejo delivered a shot at the Ravens' next opponent.
Every Monday morning -- even during the playoffs -- I bring you my weekly premature NFL power rankings. Why Monday? Because who wants to wait until Tuesday or Wednesday for power rankings? Since only four teams are still standing, this will be the last week I do the power rankings this season. It has been fun, and I thank those who took a deep breath and tried not to take these inane rankings too seriously.
Every morning, Monday through Friday, blogger Matt Vensel will hook you up with reading material -- mostly on the Ravens but with some other Baltimore sports stuff, too -- to skim through as you slug down coffee and slack off at the start of your workday.
It's a pretty good time to be a Baltimore sports fan. This is the first time since the Ravens came into existence in 1996 that both the Orioles and Ravens had season records above .500 in the same calendar year.
To get a free burger at Z-Burger in White Marsh, all a customer had to say was "Super Bowl." And that's clearly where the Ravens are headed, according to fans celebrating at the burger restaurant Sunday, especially after Saturday's defeat of the Denver Broncos.
The Baltimore Ravens double-overtime victory over the Denver Broncos Saturday drew that largest TV audience for an AFC divisional playoff in 26 years. That's as far back as CBS records go, the 1987-88 season, according to the network.
The Ravens beat the Denver Broncos in a thrilling AFC Divisional playoff game on Saturday, delighting fans who gathered around Baltimore to celebrate their team and the career of retiring linebacker Ray Lewis.
Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith made the perennial Pro Bowl cornerback look every bit of his 34 years on Saturday, burning him twice for touchdowns during the Ravens' dramatic 38-35 double-overtime victory at Sports Authority Field at Mile High Stadium.
Bruce Springsteen's "Glory Days" boomed across a sea of purple, as several hundred Baltimore Ravens fans of all ages shimmied and shook and exchanged high-fives inside Looney's Pub North in Bel Air late Friday afternoon.
Las Vegas oddsmakers and the national media say the Baltimore Ravens will lose to the Denver Broncos in Saturday's AFC divisional playoff game. Baltimore fans, though, say that only will make proving everyone wrong that much sweeter.
In this game-day staple, blogger Matt Vensel makes four sometimes-courageous predictions for the game. All he asks is that you don't hold it against him whenever those predictions end up being embarrassingly wrong.
After missing two of the previous three seasons because of a torn right Achilles tendon in 2009 and a shoulder injury in 2011, Ma'ake Kemoeatu played in 15 games in the regular season, making 13 starts.
After playing through knee and shoulder injuries, Ravens defensive tackle Haloti Ngata says the state of his mind and body are strong for the playoffs. But this remarkable physical specimen is thinking more than ever about how much longer he wants to play.
Dennis Pitta's 61 receptions for 669 yards were the most by a Ravens tight end since 2006 when Todd Heap led the offense with 73 catches for 765 yards. Pitta's seven touchdowns tied a team record set by Heap in 2005.