As Ravens training camp in Owings Mills is reopened to more members of the public, fans enjoy the shade and kid-friendly atmosphere, but some long for the intimacy of an earlier era at McDaniel College in Westminster.
The media war this election season is going to be ugly, thanks to Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy — both because of the upheaval caused by his retirement and because of his decision in Citizens United.
Todd Heap has a special interest in watching his old team this season because the Ravens not only selected South Carolina tight end Hayden Hurst in the first round of the 2018 draft, but picked Oklahoma tight end Mark Andrews in the third.
Rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson and his neighbors Willie Snead IV and John Brown plan to get together before training camp starts July 19 to get to know one another better and build a stronger quarterback-receiver relationship.
When Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco hosts his summer throwing session, it will be only the second time in 10 years the quarterback has done so. The only time previously was seven years back, during the NFL lockout.
Robert Griffin III's plans to become the Ravens' backup quarterback took a hit when the team drafted Lamar Jackson. Nonetheless, Griffin views Jackson as a "little brother" whom he can nurture to greatness.
It hasn't been that long since a championship parade was held in Baltimore, but it's been more than 25 years for D.C. Maryland teams and schools hit social media to congratulate the Caps on their first Stanley Cup.
Lidney Castro of Germantown won the men's singles championship and Iva Laginja of Baltimore claimed the women's singles title at the third annual Maryland State Championships, a 3-star event held this past weekend at the Maryland Table Tennis Center.
Ravens players and coach John Harbaugh offered measured reactions to the NFL’s new national anthem policy on Thursday, saying they’re more focused on their football jobs than on the swirling political controversy involving the league and President Donald Trump.