Ravens first-round pick Marquise Brown has always faced doubts because of his size. But his rare determination and scintillating speed pushed him past those questions to the top of the 2019 receiver class and a vital place in the future story of the Lamar Jackson-led Ravens.
The senior attackmen, a two-time finalist for the annual award akin to the Heisman Trophy, and Boston College senior attacker and 2018 Tewaaraton winner Sam Apuzzo top the watch list released Thursday night.
Alabama quarterback Jalen Hurts, who lost his starting job to Tua Tagovailoa after leading the Crimson Tide to a national championship in 2016, announced on The Players' Tribune on Wednesday that he will transfer to Oklahoma.
At this time last year, Robert Griffin III was working out on his own, hoping to find his way back into the NFL. After a successful season as a Ravens reserve, the free agent could see himself settling in Baltimore as a backup and mentor to Lamar Jackson.
When you watch Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson, it’s easy to be mesmerized by his video-game cuts or his uncanny tendency to deliver sensational plays immediately after he’s made mistakes. Maybe it's just as important that Jackson is a nice person.
Alabama offensive coordinator Mike Locksley, a finalist to become the next Maryland coach, was named Tuesday as the winner of the Broyles Award, given annually to the top Football Bowl Subdivision assistant coach.
President Donald Trump has announced his first recipients of the Presidential Medal of Freedom and they include the wife of a major Republican Party donor, the longest-serving Republican senator in U.S. history, Elvis Presley and Babe Ruth.
When Lamar Jackson was taken No. 32 overall in the draft this year, Ozzie Newsome acknowledged they were “building for the future” with the Heisman Trophy winner. But, he added, “In order for us to win this year, we need Joe Flacco.”
Robert Griffin III doesn't know if he'll be a Raven after Saturday, but the former Heisman Trophy winner feels he's done everything he can to earn a job with the team after sitting out the 2017 season.
The man with the keys to the Ravens' revamped offense was former NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year Robert Griffin III, signed as a potential backup quarterback before the Ravens used a first-round draft pick on the newer model, Lamar Jackson.
Robert Griffin III's plans to become the Ravens' backup quarterback took a hit when the team drafted Lamar Jackson. Nonetheless, Griffin views Jackson as a "little brother" whom he can nurture to greatness.
Just one team in the AFC North — the Pittsburgh Steelers — made the NFL playoffs last season. Did the Ravens, Cincinnati Bengals and Cleveland Browns do enough in the 2018 draft to reach the playoffs this season?
Ozzie Newsome's final draft as general manager lands the Ravens tight end Hayden Hurst and quarterback Lamar Jackson in the first round. “It was masterful the way it came down in the draft room tonight,” Newsome said. “It was unbelievable.”
The Ravens clearly are intrigued enough by Lamar Jackson to bring in the Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback in for a pre-draft visit. But that doesn't mean they are taking him with the 16th overall pick.
With Joe Flacco going into what could be his last season as the Ravens' franchise quarterback, the team might use a high draft pick on the sport's most important position for the first time in a decade.
With Ravens decision makers reportedly being questioned under oath Thursday as part of Colin Kaepernick’s collusion grievance against the NFL and Robert Griffin III agreeing to a one-year deal Wednesday, it could mark the end of the team’s connection to the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback.
The Ravens announced today they have signed former Redskins No. 1 pick Robert Griffin III to compete for the backup quarterback role behind starter Joe Flacco. Griffin, known as RGIII, did not play in the NFL last season.