NFL demonstrating its racist tendencies
NFL owners' treatment of Colin Kaepernick points to widespread racism.
Spike Lee announces rally at NFL headquarters to support Colin Kaepernick
Movie director and activist Spike Lee announced a rally at NFL headquarters in New York on Aug. 23 to support Colin Kaepernick.
Edelman: Kaepernick well within his rights to protest
Ryan Mallett will get opportunity Thursday to put tumultuous start to camp further behind
Ravens coach John Harbaugh said that Mallett will play extensively in preseason opener.
Armed forces Ravens fan base also split on Colin Kaepernick
Some fans at Ravens "Military Appreciation Day" are critical of Colin Kaepernick and some aren't
Bisciotti doesn't care what you think about Kaepernick
Baltimore Ravens owner, Steve Bisciotti, is turning to you, the fan, for your opinion about adding Colin Kaepernick to the team’s payroll. How thoughtful. And disingenuous.
Colin Kaepernick's polarizing story comes to Baltimore
When Colin Kaepernick didn't stand for the national anthem before a preseason game last summer, perhaps he knew he was lighting a powder keg that would still burn a year later. Perhaps not.
Undrafted rookie Taquan Mizzell knows he has ‘a limited time’ to sway Ravens coaches
Ravens rookie running back Taquan Mizzell is “putting a lot of pressure on” himself to play well for the coaches.
Ravens' offensive line picture remains muddled because of injuries, retirement
Ravens currently lack depth and experience on the offensive line and front office is looking for both
The Undercard: Bring Kaepernick to Baltimore
"Let's build the best 53-man squad and the 10-man practice squad that we can." -Ravens GM Ozzie Newsome, circa 2015, discussing the importance of roster depth
Ravens deny ESPN report claiming Bisciotti has put up ‘resistance’ to signing Kaepernick
Regarding Colin Kaepernick and ESPN's report, Ravens GM Ozzie Newsome said, “We are going through a process, and we have not made a decision.”
Ray Lewis to Colin Kaepernick: 'Let your play speak for itself'
Ray Lewis posted a Twitter video with his thoughts on Colin Kaepernick's activism.
Injuries mounting for Ravens early in training camp
The rash of roster losses the Ravens have sustained, dating back to organized team activities and continuing through the first week of training camp, has been particularly jarring.
Ravens notebook: No new developments regarding Colin Kaepernick signing
Ravens coach John Harbaugh said, “There’s really nothing new about that quarterback situation.”
Please sign Colin Kaepernick
Colin Kaepernick can help the Ravens win. End of discussion.
Ravens should close the door on Kaepernick
How could the Ravens bring Colin Kaepernick to play in the birthplace of the Star Spangled Banner?
If the Ravens can defend Ray Lewis, they can handle Colin Kaepernick
If the Ravens can defend Ray Lewis, they can handle Colin Kaepernick.
We need Colin Kaepernick's voice (and maybe his arm)
At a time when President Trump is joking with cops about roughing up the people they arrest, we shouldn't be insisting that Colin Kapernick keep quiet.
Bisciotti says Ravens keeping 'door open' on signing Colin Kaepernick
Ravens officials acknowledge the team has had direct discussions with Colin Kaepnerick, but they still haven’t made a decision whether they will sign him.
Fans return to M&T Bank Stadium for Ravens' first open practice
Football returned to M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore on a beautiful, 80-degree Sunday evening for the first of three preseason training camp practices that are open and free to the public.
Schmuck: Ravens fans outraged over Colin Kaepernick talk need some perspective
The negative reaction to the possibility of the Ravens signing Colin Kaepernick illustrates just how clueless some fans are when it comes to keeping everything in perspective.
Skip Bayless: Ravens would be 'a little better' with Colin Kaepernick at QB than 'Joe Fluke-o'
"Seriously. I’m not just saying that for effect."
Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco says he's feeling better, taking things day to day
Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco not happy about missing practices, but knows it's best thing for him longterm
Ravens sign quarterback who played for Jim Harbaugh
Olson played at Stanford under Harbaugh's brother, Jim.
Fans react to possibility of Ravens signing quarterback Colin Kaepernick
Ravens coach John Harbaugh noted Colin Kapernick as a potential signing in Joe Flacco's absence.
The Kaepernick ultimatums you make when you're a Ravens fan and mad online
"Don't bring him here, I'll become a Steelers fan and trash all my memorabilia!!"
Preston: No calm for Ravens before the gathering storm of a pivotal season
The Ravens entered one of their most important seasons needing a focused training camp. Instead the circus appears to be coming to town.
With Joe Flacco sidelined, Ravens exploring possibility of adding Colin Kaepernick
Ravens coach John Harbaugh has kept in touch with Kaepernick throughout the summer.
New Ravens assistants Greg Roman, Joe D’Alessandris aim to get run game up and running
New Ravens assistant coaches Greg Roman and Joe D'Alessandris are expected to try to bolster the run game by integrating more downhill blocking schemes without abandoning the zone approach.
It's only March, but the Ravens' roster has several holes that are on Harbaugh's mind
Ravens coach John Harbaugh admits he ponders a reunion wi
Four years before Falcons' collapse, the Ravens narrowly avoided a similar fate
It's inconceivable that the Atlanta Falcons blew a 25-point second-half lead in Super Bowl. But it nearly happened to the Ravens, too.
Catching up with ... Chris Turner, the Maryland quarterback who took down Matt Ryan
It comes up every so often, typically only with close friends because Chris Turner doesn’t want to feel like he’s bragging.
Roman should help Ravens run game, and clearing out Castillo makes sense
In an attempt to balance the offense, the Ravens have hired former Buffalo B
7-on-7 drill: A redo of the 2016 NFL draft
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Former Terps and Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith rumored to be on trade block
Former Terp and Raven Torrey Smith is reportedly the subject of trade talks between the San Francisco 49ers and Philadelphia Eagles.
7-on-7 drill entering Week 7 of the NFL season
This is the 7-on-7 drill, where I'll present seven lists of seven items to help keep track of the NFL season.
7-on-7 drill entering Week 6 of the NFL season
Flacco takes accountability for the Ravens' offensive woes
With his new offensive coordinator, Marty Mornhinweg, standing about 10 yards behind him, Ravens quarterback
Focus on violence, not who stands for the national anthem
Don't blame Colin Kaepernick given the realities of gun violence facing African-American families in Baltimore these days
7-on-7 drill entering Week 5 of the NFL season
This is the first edition of the 7-on-7 drill, where I'll present seven lists of seven items to help keep track of the NFL season.
Lessons from a 'white man's' game
Baseball, like America, was indeed once segregated. How that came about — and how things might have turned out differently — is an interesting story in itself.
Steve Clevenger proves that social media is not for everyone
Steve Clevenger proves that social media isn't for everyone
This Week in Black Twitter: Kaepernick lands on Time cover as outrage over police violence continues
This week: #TerenceCrutcher and #KeithLamontScott exemplify the reason behind Colin Kaepernick's anthem protests.
Freddie Gray and déjà vu
Police shootings in Tulsa and Charlotte raise the specter of Freddie Gray and lessons not learned 17 months later
Baltimore City Power Rankings: Brandon Scott, Marilyn Mosby, Kevin Plank, more
↑ Brandon Scott
Kudos to Baltimore City Councilmember Brandon Scott, who showed up at last
Kaepernick represents the best of this country
The quarterback's defense
Sports and politics mix like oil and water
Goldberg: Colin Kaepernick's stand against the national anthem is ludicrous on any number of fronts, especially for injecting politics into sports.
What they're saying about Adam Jones' comments on race in baseball and Colin Kaepernick
What they're saying about Orioles center fielder Adam Jones' comments on race in baseball and Colin Kaepernick.
American protest is an act of faith
The issue should not be whether Colin Kaepernick will stand up for America, but whether America will finally stand up for him, says Leonard Pitts Jr.
Zirpoli: Who's really defending the Constitution here?
Colin Kaepernick, the San Francisco 49ers quarterback, is protesting against inappropriate police behavior against African-American men by kneeling during the national anthem played before NFL games.