The NFL had the Ravens and teams with a similar free-agent philosophy in mind when the league shifted a key date this year. Instead of having the compensatory draft pick formula count against teams when they signed unrestricted free agents prior to June 1, the league moved the date up to Tuesday.
Until April 30, the first round of the 2014 NFL draft, The Baltimore Sun will examine the Ravens' depth at each position, the potential of them adding to that spot early in the draft and some of the players who they could target.
Andy Dalton is looking like an altogether different quarterback for the AFC North division champion Cincinnati Bengals heading into Sunday's regular season finale against the Ravens at Paul Brown Stadium.
Ravens strong safety James Ihedigbo is active for today's game against the Cincinnati Bengals after injuring his to in practice Friday during a one-one-one drill when he got tangled up with a receiver.
Heading into Sunday's game at M&T Bank Stadium, one of the few things A.J. Green hasn't done in two-plus NFL seasons is star against the Ravens. In three career games, Green has nine receptions for 122 yards and no touchdowns. He played briefly in a meaningless regular-season finale last season and caught two passes for 26 yards.
Ravens strong safety James Ihedigbo was added to the injury report as questionable today after injuring his toe during practice while operating in pass coverage and getting tangled up with a receiver, according to a source. Ihedigbo was listed as limited in participation.
It was a long, winding road with plenty of twists and turns, but with Sunday's 24-16 win against the Cincinnati Bengals, the Ravens have won the AFC North for the first time in the John Harbaugh era. The Ravens were on the ropes late in the fourth quarter. But the team's most valuable players, Terrell Suggs and Ray Rice, sealed the win with a forced fumble and another long touchdown run, respectively. Now the ailing Ravens can rest. Here are my quick-hits thoughts after the 12-4 Ravens beat the 9-7 Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium on Sunday.
CBS Sports will have Ian Eagle on play-by-play and Dan Fouts as analyst in Sunday's big Baltimore Ravens game against the Cincinnatio Bengals.And Fouts sounds like he's thinking Cincinnati. Here are his quotes from the network. What do you think?