Although the Ravens aren't bringing Minnesota running back David Cobb in to their training complex for a visit, sources indicated they've displayed consistent interest in him and have a high opinion of the second-team All-Big Ten Conference selection
When the Ravens cut backup running back Bernard Pierce this week following his driving under the influence arrest, they did so with the knowledge that he was already the likely odd man out on their depth chart.
Running back Bernard Pierce was claimed by the Jacksonville Jaguars off waivers from the Ravens one day after he was released following his arrest for driving under the influence, according to an NFL source.
Day two of free agency brought more reminders of the Ravens' key offseason losses. The team continued to weigh their free-agent options, exercising patience as they try to fill roster holes without an abundance of salary cap space.
Annually lacking the salary cap space to make major outside additions and content to reward their own players while building through the draft, the Ravens traditionally stay quiet through the first couple days of free agency when money changes hands at an eye-popping rate.
On Thursday at the annual State of the Ravens address, Steve Bisciotti, seated alongside Ravens president Dick Cass, general manager Ozzie Newsome and head coach John Harbaugh, was relaxed, introspective and clearly excited about the future of the organization.
The so-called Gary Kubiak effect means running back Justin Forsett, fresh off a 1,266-yard season and 5.4 yards per carry for the Ravens, has vaulted up the free-agent running back rankings as he looks for his first big-money contract.
While the two lucky teams who actually made the Super Bowl, the New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks, prepare for the game Sunday, a recent analysis shows just how close the Ravens' roster was to carrying them that far.
The Ravens' pending release of defensive tackle Terrence Cody, who is under investigation for animal cruelty, isn't necessarily a statement but it is a departure from how the Ravens have done things in the past.
Dumervil maintained his pass-rushing form Sunday night in the Pro Bowl as he recorded the only sacks of the game, finishing with two sacks as Team Irvin defeated Team Carter, 32-28, at University of Phoenix Stadium.
The Ravens, along with the Dallas Cowboys and Detroit Lions, are heavily featured in this year's video where a loose lip reading of NFL players talking during games and on the sidelines is dubbed over with quips ranging from silly to startlingly funny.
Three days after the Ravens' season ended with a divisional round playoff loss to the New England Patriots, John Harbaugh expressed confidence in the organization's future, and the chances of offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak remaining part of it.
Should the Packers advance to the Super Bowl, then Juszczyk would make it to the Pro Bowl as a first alternate with Packers fullback John Kuhn unable to play in the Pro Bowl because of preparations for the big game.