Ray Rice was one of three Ravens players who took a break from the offseason workout program Tuesday to chat with reporters. He was wearing black pajama pants, so maybe a nap was next up on his agenda. Before he took off, he was asked about Torrey Smith, who is expected to be the team's top receiver in 2013.
The Ravens won¿t get their season-opening home game, like reigning Super Bowl champions have for the last decade. But they will play four prime-time games, including a Thanksgiving night home showdown against the rival Pittsburgh Steelers, and a much-anticipated rematch with the Denver Broncos to kick off their Super Bowl XLVII title defense.
Brendon Ayanbadejo distanced himself from his interview Thursday night with Newsday at a Straight for Equality Gala in New York where he was honored along with Minnesota Vikings punter Chris Kluwe, where he seemed to suggest that his beliefs were one of the reasons that he was released earlier that day.
Jimmy Smith has prototypical size for the cornerback position. He has the speed to bump receivers then trail them down the sideline. He has confidence to burn, too, which is always a good thing to have at that position. In his first two seasons with the Ravens, Smith showed occasional flashes, but he couldn¿t stay on the field long enough to live up to expectations.
Wearing a Houston Texans hat and holding up a blue No.20 jersey, Ed Reed officially started a new chapter in his professional career and bid goodbye to the only NFL organization that he had ever known.
The Pro Bowl, especially in recent years, has produced as much excitement and intrigue as watching somebody spackle your bathroom. But the NFL is reportedly considering shaking up the format to try to save the game.
When they next take the field for the start of organized team activities, the Ravens will have a significantly different look from the group that beat the San Francisco 49ers, 34-31, on Feb. 3 to capture the second world championship in franchise history.
Brian Billick was the head coach of the Ravens the last time the team had a chance to repeat as Super Bowl champions so we were interested to hear his thoughts on what the Ravens are doing the second time around.
While team officials have yet to comment on Pollard's release, it continues a trend of offseason activity that has the Ravens' roster — particularly on the defensive side — getting younger, thinner, quieter and in some cases, cheaper.
The Baltimore Ravens made a tough business decision on Monday, dealing veteran wide receiver and playoff hero Anquan Boldin to the San Francisco 49ers for a sixth-round pick after he wouldn't accept a pay cut.
Inside linebacker Ray Lewis ran through the gamut of emotions after the Ravens won Super Bowl XLVII on Sunday night, but former teammate Trevor Pryce thought he displayed one major emotion during the game.