The Ravens' overhauled offense got positive reviews in what amounted to a sneak preview considering that only a scaled-down version of new offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak's playbook was revealed Thursday night.
Ravens running back Ray Rice is scheduled to break his silence Thursday, speaking for the first time publicly since being suspended two games by the league for violating the NFL personal conduct policy.
As the Ravens await word from the NFL on potential discipline for Ray Rice stemming from a domestic violence incident, coach John Harbaugh expressed confidence that the league will be fair to the three-time Pro Bowl running back.
Slated for a reserve role, Forsett could provide value as a third-down back and fill in with the base offense as part of the Ravens' contingency plan if three-time Pro Bowl running back Ray Rice is suspended for the start of the regular season under the NFL personal-conduct policy.
Ray Rice and his wife met with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell today at the league¿s New York headquarters, one of the final steps for the embattled running back in dealing with his February offseason arrest before the start of the 2014 football season.
And former Ravens star free safety Ed Reed was a crowd favorite during cornerback Lardarius Webb's annual charity softball Sunday with 15,000 tickets sold during the first year it's been held at M&T Bank Stadium with the game at Ripken Stadium in Aberdeen previously.
Scott Studds, the general manager of Seacrets, has seen the video and read the various media reports about what happened to a few Ravens at his Ocean City bar over Memorial Day weekend and he said that he wanted to set the record straight.
Growing up in Williamsburg, Va., Taliaferro was ruled academically ineligible for his sophomore season at Bruton High School. A low grade point average cost him potential scholarship offers to Virginia Tech, Connecticut and Temple. Taliaferro attended Lackawanna Junior College in Pennsylvania before enrolling at Coastal Carolina where he became the Big South Conference Offensive Player of the Year.
Since quarterback Joe Flacco last broke the huddle during a season-ending loss to the Cincinnati Bengals in late December, the Ravens have dramatically overhauled an offense that struggled mightily last season.