Wide receiver Michael Crabtree is frustrated by his dropped passes in the Ravens' 12-9 loss to the Cleveland Browns. That's the right attitude and now he needs to make sure he fixes the problem, columnist Mike Preston writes.
The Ravens finished cutting their roster to 53 on Saturday, keeping quarterback Robert Griffin III and parting ways with several high-profile players including former first-round draft pick Breshad Perriman,
With the starters sitting and the plays simplified, NFL preseason finales derive their intrigue from battles for the last few spots on a 53-man roster. Here are five competitions to watch as the Ravens prepare to play the Washington Redskins.
Ravens linebacker Kamalei Correa is among the former high draft picks fighting for a job on the team this year, and he helped his case with a first-quarter interception Thursday night against the Chicago Bears.
Wide receiver Breshad Perriman, the Ravens' first-round draft pick in 2015, said this season is “kind of like a make-or-break year, but at the same time, you can’t put that extra pressure on yourself.”
Fans have long yearned for the Ravens to draft a star wide receiver, and the team's inability to do so has been the most glaring exception to its outstanding overall draft record. The Ravens will likely have another chance to change the receiver narrative in 2018, but will they take it?
As the Ravens enter another long offseason searching for a formula to return to the playoffs, no position ranks higher on their wish list than receiver. The elusive No. 1 wideout has become a Holy Grail for the franchise.
For the second straight offseason, head coach John Harbaugh has decided to retain much-maligned offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg despite mounting criticism about the direction of the Ravens offense.