Ravens speaking to Pagano about defensive coordinator job; Martindale among other options
The Ravens have typically filled the post by promoting a position coach already on staff, and that's still a possibility this time, but they might instead bring back a familiar face from the outside.
Mike Preston: Dean Pees' retirement comes as Ravens need a new defensive voice
After two straight late season meltdowns, the Ravens need a fresh approach on defense.
Ravens defensive players want coordinator Dean Pees back
The defensive coordinator reportedly plans to retire, but several several players said they were uncertain the 68-year-old would step away.
Ravens coordinator Dean Pees could walk away following this season after delaying retirement last year
Seventh-year Ravens defensive coordinator Dean Pees is again contemplating retirement at the conclusion of the team's season.
Sports and winter sometimes just don't mix
But at what point as a fan do you give in to Mother Nature’s wrath, light up a fire and enjoy the game in the warmth of your home with cheaper beverages and snacks, and with hardly a line in the bathrooms?
Schmuck: The NFL throws the Ravens another curve, but it's nothing personal this time
The late schedule change for Sunday's game between the Ravens and Bengals wasn't meant to inconvenience Ravens fans, but it will only remind them that the NFL doesn't care about Baltimore.
Three stats that stand out ahead of Saturday's Ravens-Colts game
The Indianapolis Colts’ .727 regular-season winning percentage against the Ravens is the second-highest mark by an opponent in the latter franchise’s history.
Scouting report for Saturday's Ravens-Colts matchup at M&T Bank Stadium
With a win over the struggling and banged-up Colts, the Ravens would take a significant step toward the postseason.
Ravens news, notes and opinions on the playoffs, Pro Bowl snubs and the 2018 schedule
That they get to play the first game of the week on Saturday gives the Ravens an opportunity to put pressure on the other wild-card contenders.
Preston: Old-school Jaguars will be the toughest out in the AFC
The Ravens will be better off if they can avoid being pitted against Jacksonville early in the postseason.
Catching up with ... former Maryland guard Ron Solt
Ron Solt went from the Terps to the Colts ... just not in the city where the Maryland native attended his first NFL game.
Scouting report for the Ravens-Browns game Sunday at FirstEnergy Stadium
The Ravens look to avoid becoming the first team to lose to the Browns this season.
Three stats that stand out ahead of Sunday's Ravens-Lions game
The Ravens are a perfect 2-0 against the Detroit Lions, who last won a game in this series in 2005.
After getting little wild-card help, Ravens need to win tonight to stay in playoff position
The pressure is on the Ravens after most other AFC contenders get the job done in Week 12.
Ravens news, notes and opinions on pending offensive free agents and Alex Collins' workload
Of the Ravens' pending unrestricted free agents this coming offseason, almost all of them play on the offensive side of the ball.
Ravens news, notes and opinions on wild-card competition and compensatory picks
The Ravens might not look like a playoff team, but who among the AFC wild-card contenders does?
ICYMI in NFL Week 10: Questions surrounding concussion cases; Vikings have a QB dilemma
With all of the supposed improvements in how the NFL deals with players' head injuries — after scrutiny from Congress, then lawsuits — there still are curious
NFL Week 10: Steelers edge Colts on last-second field goal; Patriots rout Broncos
Ben Roethlisberger's 32-yard completion to Antonio Brown with 35 seconds set up a 33-yard field goal from Chris Boswell as time expired.
Ravens news, notes and opinions on bye week focus, Gary Kubiak, Ravens-Dolphins fines
In all likelihood, the Ravens will have to win five of their last seven games to have a playoff shot.
How have the Ravens fared in 'Thursday Night Football' games?
The Ravens have played nine games on Thursday night since 2006. Here's how they did in each of them.
Dolphins coach Adam Gase wary of Ravens making a run to the playoffs
Gase was an assistant with the Broncos in 2012 when the Ravens beat Denver in the AFC divisional round on their way to a Super Bowl title.
Ravens sign linebacker Steven Johnson, release linebacker Jonathan Freeny
The Ravens switched out inside linebackers Tuesday, signing veteran Steven Johnson and releasing Jonathan Freeny.
John Harbaugh: Blaming only Mornhinweg for Ravens' poor offense is 'nonsensical'
"I think anytime you try to pin the blame on any one person ... that’s always going to be a mistake," John Harbaugh said.
Questions about Flacco mounting as Ravens hope to stop slide Sunday against Raiders
Quarterback is shouldering the blame for back-to-back poor performances by the offense.
Ravens players, coaches say they expect Raiders to run same offense under backup QB EJ Manuel
Ravens linebacker C.J. Mosley on EJ Manuel subbing for Derek Carr: 'We’ve just got to make sure that we do our job no matter which quarterback plays in the game.”
Ravens bracing for Oakland Raiders’ dangerous pass rush
Quarterback Joe Flacco, who was sacked four times on Sunday, faces a Raiders defense that got four sacks last week.
Even without Derek Carr, Raiders are slight favorites in Week 5 vs. Ravens
The Raiders opened as four-point favorites, but the line has come down to 2.5 as of Wednesday morning.
Ravens will get EJ Manuel and not standout Raiders quarterback Derek Carr in Sunday's game
Carr, a two-time Pro Bowl selection, will miss Sunday's game because of a back injury.
Jacoby Jones, one of the heroes of Super Bowl XLVII victory, returns home to retire as a Raven
Jacoby Jones on retiring as a Raven: "Everything has to come to an end, but at least it's here."
Catching up with ... former Colts Pro Bowl lineman Chris Hinton
Offensive lineman Chris Hinton, 'the guy in the Elway trade,' had quite a career of his own.
Ravens defensive tackle Brandon Williams returns to practice, does not participate
Maxx Williams, Benjamin Watson and Jaylen Hill not practicing for team on Wednesday.
Will the Ravens return to London anytime soon? John Harbaugh sure hopes not
"Somebody else can do that job.”
Ravens vowing to rebound from Sunday’s demoralizing loss to the Jaguars
Wide receiver Mike Wallace on Sunday’s 44-7 loss to the Jaguars: “You will not see this again on Sunday.”
Scouting report for Ravens-Jaguars on Sunday at Wembley Stadium in London
A phase-by-phase breakdown of the fourth matchup between the Ravens and Jaguars in as many seasons.
Ravens news, notes and opinions on defensive rookies, OL concerns, timing of Brandon Williams injury
The play of Tyus Bowser, Marlon Humphrey and Tim Williams has added speed and athleticism to the defense.
Let's dance: NFL loosens restrictions on celebrations. Cue the snow angels.
The NFL has relaxed its rules on celebrations. But no twerking, throat slashing or dunking, please.
As Ravens' Joe Flacco, John Harbaugh enter 10th season together, a chance to look back
The coach was hired Jan. 19, 2008. The QB was drafted April 26, 2008. They've been together ever since.
Staff predictions for the NFL season
The Baltimore Sun staff offers predictions for the NFL season.
Sometimes, a charity case is very well worth it
It’s imperative that we all do what we can to help out in this situation.
Mallett uneven again as Ravens' starting offense struggles in 31-7 win over Dolphins
Mallett TD pass, two Justin Tucker field goals lead Ravens to halftime lead
Preston: Ravens need more from first-team offense after poor start to preseason
The Ravens' first-team offense again struggled one week after a sluggish showing in its preseason opener.
Injuries forcing Ravens to quickly develop young talent at nickel cornerback
With Tavon Young and Maurice Canady out with injuries, the Ravens defense is looking for its cornerbacks to "grow up fast."
Ravens relying on 'Wink' Martindale's steady hand in developing young linebacker corps
The Ravens have their youngest linebacker group in years.
Digest: Ben's Cat to be buried at Laurel Park
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell offers mixed opinion on Baltimore hosting a Super Bowl
While calling a joint bid by Baltimore and Washington, D.C. "an interesting idea," Goodell said the preference is to keep the Super Bowl in weam-weather cites and domed stadiums.
Ravens rookie outside linebacker Tim Williams had himself a day Saturday
The Ravens’ third-round pick beat three offensive tackles (two projected starters) and pushed back a fourth.
Kenneth Dixon is a loss, but Ravens don't need to panic at running back
A handful of quality running backs should become available later this summer.
Former Raven Ed Reed is ranked No. 4 safety of all time, laughs
Bill Belichick would also disagree.
New Ravens safety Tony Jefferson plays with chip on shoulder from not being drafted
New Ravens safety Tony Jefferson still has a chip on his shoulder from not being drafted four years ago. He contines to show teams they were wrong about him.
Frank Kush, last Baltimore Colts coach, dies at 88, is remembered for his toughness
Frank Kush, who coached the last Colts teams in Baltimore in 1982 and 1983, has died. He was 88.