“I think Nick is a huge piece of our offense going forward from the standpoint of how he plays," coach John Harbaugh said of tight end Nick Boyle, who the Ravens signed to a three-year extension Thursday.
“This is a big contract,” Ravens coach John Harbaugh said of a three-year contract extension with cornerback Tavon Young that's reportedly worth $25.8 million. “This is a big number. This is a record-setting number."
Ever since it was announced Monday that Cleveland signed former Kansas City running back Kareem Hunt to a one-year contract some anger around town has resurfaced about the way former Ravens running back Ray Rice was treated for his domestic violence case nearly five years ago.
Ray Rice's arrest five years ago represented a line of demarcation in the way the NFL and the Ravens understood and confronted intimate partner violence. Though much has changed in the time since, the league still faces difficult questions about its place in a national epidemic.
Shortly after the Ravens lost to the Los Angeles Chargers in the AFC wild-card round, head coach John Harbaugh gave Joe Flacco the ultimate compliment when he called him the best quarterback in Ravens history.
The assumption is that newly signed Cleveland running back Kareem Hunt will most likely be suspended for at least the first four games of the season for a physical altercation with a woman last February in a Cleveland hotel.
The chaos and frenzy of the NBA’s trade deadline appeared to bleed into the NFL offseason Friday, as a seemingly throwaway answer about Le’Veon Bell on an NFL Network show sparked a social media connection that raised hopes (and questions) for Ravens fans.
FTF Racing’s Correjon continued his winter hot streak at Laurel Park, earning his third straight win over its main track with a record-setting half-length triumph in Sunday’s featured Super Bowl Starter Handicap.
Ed Reed left a unique mark on the Ravens and the NFL in his 12 years as a big-play safety. On Saturday, Reed could become the third homegrown Raven, after Jonathan Ogden and Ray Lewis, to make the Pro Football Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility.
“I think sometimes people would think that maybe I’d be embarrassed that I started off as an intern now that I’m a GM, that I want to forget that,” Eric DeCosta said. “To be honest with you, I cherish that."