The Ravens have added some eventual Hall of Fame players like Rod Woodson and Shannon Sharpe over their 20-year history in Baltimore, but their most important free agent acquisition arrived on March 27, 2000. That was the day the NFL announced Steve Bisciotti had purchased a 49 percent stake in the franchise.
A few weeks after Republican Gov. Larry Hogan was elected in November, he called Edgewood native Steve Moyer and asked him to be his Secretary of the Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services.
Marc Trestman has passed the bar exam, sold municipal bonds and written a book on leadership and perseverance, but the 59-year-old, with a professorial appearance and a philosopher's vocabulary, has always found his way back to the sideline, which is where he'll be again this summer as the Ravens' offensive coordinator.
A Cleveland Browns fan who uploaded a video of himself apparently urinating on former Ravens owner Art Modell's grave last month was identified and charged Tuesday with disorderly conduct in a cemetery, Baltimore County police said.
Baltimore County police believe they have identified the man who videotaped himself urinating on former Baltimore Ravens owner Art Modell's grave, and prosecutors are reviewing the case with charges possible early next week.
Your regular blogger got stuck in traffic this morning on his way to Ravens Training Camp, so he didn't have time to review what happened in the local sports world yesterday. Lucky for you, that's why we write the Coffee Companion, which recaps the previous day's headlines.
Nolan H. Rogers, a former lacrosse star who later became a Maryland assistant attorney general and the official tour guide and historian of Oriole Park at Camden Yards and Ravens Stadium, died Friday of complications from cancer at Sinai Hospital. The longtime Mount Washington resident was 82.
By By Frederick N. Rasmussen and The Baltimore Sun
A little less than four months after Jonathan Ogden was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, the lineman who was the Ravens' first-ever draft pick in 1996 will return to Baltimore to give another podium speech when he is inducted into the Babe Ruth Birthplace Foundation's Hall of Legends.
Edward "Eddie" Dopkin, whose business acumen and knack for building relationships fueled a long career in Baltimore's restaurant and catering industries, died on Saturday at Sinai Hospital from complications associated with a form of leukemia. The resident of Keswick was 61.
Retired Ravens middle linebacker Ray Lewis weighed in on the Aaron Hernandez situation, offering his opinion on the former New England Patriots star tight end during his debut as an ESPN football analyst.
As the Ravens try to defend their Super Bowl title, they're betting heavily on the acumen of general manager Ozzie Newsome. Though some speculated faintly that Newsome might step away in the afterglow of a second championship, he has instead embraced the challenge of reconfiguring the roster one more time. It's a process that might inspire great anxiety in many NFL cities. But that's less the case in Baltimore where in Ozzie fans trust.
Jonathan Ogden, the first player ever drafted by the Ravens and the pre-eminent offensive lineman of his generation, will reach the pinnacle of individual recognition this weekend when he is inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Jonathan Ogden didn't have to think hard to decide who would introduce him next weekend at his induction to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. "Ozzie," the former Ravens left tackle said Friday, referring to the team¿s longtime general manager, Ozzie Newsome.
Brian Billick had been an NFL head coach for all of one season when he learned that his star player, Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis, was arrested following a post 2000 Super Bowl altercation in Atlanta that left two men dead.
Two days after they were honored by President Barack Obama at the White House, the Super Bowl XLVII champion Ravens received their ultimate reward, collecting their championship rings at a private ceremony at the Under Armour Performance Center in Owings Mills on Friday.