Mike Locksley, who went from being Maryland's offensive coordinator to its interim head coach for the past seven weeks after coach Randy Edsall was fired, interviewed for Edsall's old job Monday, a source familiar with the process said.
The point is not who lied and who didn't or some alleged conspiracy between the Indianapolis Colts and Ravens to take down the Patriots. "Deflategate" isn't about who snitched, it's about who cheated. It's about the New England Patriots.
Newly revealed evidence in the "Deflategate" scandal suggests the Ravens might have tipped off the Indianapolis Colts about inflation irregularities in the footballs used at Gillette Stadium before the AFC Championship Game between the Colts and New England Patriots, something coach John Harbaugh and the Ravens have strongly denied.
Ravens officials have denied on several occasions that they tipped the Indianapolis Colts off about issues that they had with the air pressure of game balls during their AFC divisional playoff matchup with the New England Patriots, but documents released Tuesday suggest otherwise.
It is important to know the outcome of the NFL's investigation because it might involve draft picks. If the league is heavy handed, maybe they will fine the team and take a way a top draft pick or two from New England, which has nine overall selections.
As Ravens coach John Harbaugh looked this month for an offensive coordinator yet again, he returned to a familiar script that has emerged. Like all of his previous offensive coordinator hires, Harbaugh tabbed a former head coach, Marc Trestman.
As the Ravens prepared for Sunday's game against the Colts (2-2) at Lucas Oil Stadium, they had plenty to worry about. Colts quarterback Andrew Luck, the first overall pick in the 2012 NFL Draft, orchestrates the NFL's top-ranked offense and has convinced many that he's on his way to becoming the league's top quarterback.
Pernell McPhee has never operated in the spotlight on the Ravens defense, but the fourth-year outside linebacker has carved out an effective place in the rotation by both feeding on those who hog the attention, and at times, taking it away from them.
When Terrell Suggs lifted himself off of Newton on the final play of the Panthers¿ first drive last Sunday, he thought his frustrating streak without a sack was finally over. He even did a little dance.
Thirteen years later, Smith and Wayne are still going strong. The 35-year-old veteran receivers are leading their respective teams in receptions and yardage and are looking to display their tradecraft again Sunday at Lucas Oil Stadium.
When Indianapolis Colts coach Chuck Pagano was informed that Ravens coach John Harbaugh recently brought up rumors that his stadium pipes in crowd noise, the former Ravens defensive coordinator took it as a challenge to the Colts' fans.
It has been a hectic 48 hours for former Ravens defensive tackle Arthur Jones, whose hard work during his four years in Baltimore was rewarded with a five-year, $33 million contract from the Indianapolis Colts shortly after free agency began Tuesday afternoon.
About 30 minutes after the market opened at 4 p.m., the Ravens fulfilled their top free-agent priority agreeing to terms with left tackle Eugene Monroe on a five-year, $37.5 million deal, according to a league source.
Veteran defensive tackle Arthur Jones is expected to emerge as a major commodity in free agency where he'll command hefty contract offers the Ravens won't attempt to compete with, according to sources.
Head coach John Harbaugh and other Ravens officials have been mostly mum about the process of finding a replacement for offensive coordinator Jim Caldwell, and the characteristics the organization is looking for in its next hire.
In the months after the read-option took the NFL by storm, defensive coaches around the league became hell-bent on eradicating it, hoping to make the read-option go the way of the Wildcat and other near-extinct schemes.
The former Ravens defensive coordinator became the third NFL head coach and fourth member of the Colts franchise to win the award, which is given to an NFL player, coach or staff member who overcomes the most adversity to succeed.