- No Colts player epitomized the Colts — or the city of Baltimore — better than Gino Marchetti, the Hall of Fame defensive end who has died at age 93.
- For the first time in Ravens history, Ozzie Newsome won't run the team's draft room this year. But his picks have been essential to the team's identity, and his counsel will continue to inform the moves of current general manager Eric DeCosta.
- Harford County businesses prepare for Sunday, when the Baltimore Ravens play for the wild card berth in the 2019 NFL playoffs, starting a possible trek to the Super Bowl.
- Incoming Ravens general manager Eric DeCosta will be taking over soon, but don't expect a dramatic shift in the direction of the franchise.
- The cornerback did not know he was the target of the Denver Broncos running back’s swings until after Sunday’s 27-14 win.
- Ozzie Newsome has one season left as Ravens general manager. Recently, he spent some time with The Baltimore Sun, looking back over his tenure and what might be ahead for the team and the rest of the NFL.
- Not only should Art Modell be in the Hall of Fame, there should a wing of it in his honor that every player or fan that comes through should pay homage to.
- A look at each season Ray Lewis played for the Ravens and the five years since he retired, culminating in his selection to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
- Located behind the Mount Olivet Cemetery on Font Hill Avenue, the 52-acre campus of the SEED School of Maryland is home to students in grades six to 12 who arrive each Sunday evening from communities stretching from Salisbury to Frederick.
- The legacy of Art Modell, who moved the Browns out of their longtime Cleveland home and to Baltimore over dissatisfaction with the city’s stadium, could keep the Crew in Columbus.
- Exactly five years after he played his last game and went out as a Super Bowl champion, former Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis was elected into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility.
- Ozzie Newsome will step down as Ravens general manager next season, handing the reigns of the player personnel decisions over to Eric DeCosta, owner Steve Bisciotti said at Friday’s State of the Ravens address.
- Baker Koppelman grew up a passionate Baltimore sports fan. Now, he taps that same wellspring of loyalty as the Ravens' senior vice president of ticket sales.
- Former Colts linebacker, current Ravens broadcaster Stan White dishes on Baltimore’s pro football franchise
- Baltimore Ravens owner, Steve Bisciotti, is turning to you, the fan, for your opinion about adding Colin Kaepernick to the team’s payroll. How thoughtful. And disingenuous.
- While calling a joint bid by Baltimore and Washington, D.C. "an interesting idea," Goodell said the preference is to keep the Super Bowl in weam-weather cites and domed stadiums.
- A lot of NFL fans think playmakers only come from the offensive side of the ball, but the Ravens may have selected one of the biggest in college football over the weekend when they drafted Alabama's Tim Williams with the No. 178 pick in the third round.
The Pro Football Hall of Fame committee made a huge mistake when they didn't include wide receiver
Terrell OwensAfter the Patriots fired Pete Carroll in 1999, owner Robert Kraft was considering Belichick for the vacancy. Another team owner thought Kraft could do better.David Modell, former Ravens president who oversaw the birth of the team, was laid to rest on a gray, drizzly Tuesday following a funeral mass at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary.David Modell, a former president of the Baltimore Ravens and the son of former team owner Art Modell, died of lung cancer Friday, the team announced. He was 56.
There is a statue of William H. Hudnut III in the large midwestern city where he served as mayor for 16 years, and if you read any of the obituaries that chWhen Ravens Pro Bowl linebacker Terrell Suggs was asked the question, he looked at the ground momentarily in silence.Double T Diner on Route 40, across from the Enchanted Forest shopping center, is very football friendly, with waiters and waitresses wearing purple and supporting the Baltimore football team.Harbaugh said the decision to cut Monroe was football-related and had nothing to do with Monroe¿s advocacy for medical marijuana as a painkiller in the NFL.Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome is lauded often for his 1996 draft. But Newsome admits that he made a significant error in the second round.With the St. Louis Rams set to move to Los Angeles for the 2016 NFL season, the time is ripe for stories of When Franchise Relocations Go Wrong.What the NFL has done in moving the Rams to Los Angeles ¿ whether it was done to Baltimore or Cleveland or St. Louis, and whether or not the ultimate outcome for each locality has been good or bad ¿ is reprehensible.Ted Marchibroda was so positive, professional and gracious, and maybe that's why his achievements as a coach and his impact on the NFL's return to Baltimore often are overlooked.The St. Louis Rams are moving to Los Angeles, news that is largely insignificant to the Ravens but tremendously conspicuous in Baltimore.A state of the Ravens news conference has never been so highly anticipated. It's time to hear from owner Steve Bisciotti and general manager Ozzie Newsome, and what Bisciotti thought about this season and how he plans to rectify the problems.We always honor the superstars; but there are members of the Ravens staff who came from Cleveland and made the Ravens possible.No doubt, there are a lot of people in the NFL offices and at ESPN who are wondering what the schedule makers were thinking when they decided to put the Ravens and Cleveland Browns together on Monday Night Football in late November.It certainly doesn't seem like it has been 20 years since the controversial move that spawned the Baltimore Ravens, and that day is still fresh in the mind of the man who negotiated the deal that also included the construction of the state-of-the-art football stadium that completed the sparkling Camden Yards sports complex.