Ravenswide receiver Steve SmithSr. and
The Ravens' defensive turnaround has been triggered by safety Eric Weddle who has drawn comparisons to some former Ravens' defensive greats for the way he prepares and leads.
“It felt good to be out there on defense again and for the coaches to actually be able to trust me out there,” the second-round pick said.
Elvis Dumervil confirmed Thursday what Terrell Suggs had announced Wednesday. Dumervil intends to make his 2016 debut for the Ravens against the Oakland Raiders
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.
"I had a little chitchat with him," the Ravens receiver said on "Mike & Mike." "He didn’t have anything to say. Get into the locker room, he’s talking."
Amid a 5-11 slide last season,
Quarterback: At one point, Joe Flacco completed 21 straight passes, but he got out of sync in the second half. Flacco also threw two interceptions and finished
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — As Jason Myers was lining up for a 52-yard field goal attempt late in the fourth quarter that could have given the
Mark Selig, Ravens editor: The Ravens aren't especially talented, so they need to win games by beating teams at the details. Sunday, they were too mistake-prone
Asked this week about his team’s last-second and officials-aided loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars last season, coach John Harbaugh said it will be the Ravens’
The game was called "Throw 'em up, bust 'em up," and Timmy Jernigan believed it was as close as he was going to get to organized football. All it required was a ball and a small patch of grass in the Jacksonville, Fla. apartment complex where Jernigan lived.
It was perhaps the worst-kept secret of the 2016 NFL draft. On the night of April 28, the Ravens badly wanted the chance to select Florida State cornerback Jalen Ramsey, who was available when the Dallas Cowboys were mulling whom to choose with the fourth overall pick. But when the Cowboys demanded the No. 6 pick and a third-round choice for the right to move up two spots in the first round, the Ravens refused to budge.