During a conference call with Ravens' season ticket and personal seat license holders Wednesday night, Bisciotti said he would be excited if the team came out of the April 30 first round with a third pass-rushing threat, joining Terrell Suggs and Elvis Dumervil.
With the start of the new NFL year looming this afternoon, the Ravens had not reached an agreement Monday night on new contracts with defensive tackle Haloti Ngata and cornerback Lardarius Webb, whose current deals will make it extremely difficult for the organization to be active in free agency.
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.
As the Ravens begin the offseason, they already have the foundation for building a stronger team next year because of the youth on both interior lines. Now, over the next six or seven months, they need to add some playmakers.
As he does each week, Baltimore Sun reporter Childs Walker shares his five biggest takeaways from the Ravens' 35-31 playoff loss to the New England Patriots in the AFC divisional round at Gillette Stadium on Saturday.
Since rejoining the starting lineup, Stewart has gone on a bit of a tear and is coming off arguably his top game of the season during the Ravens' 30-17 AFC wild-card playoff win Saturday night over the Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field.
Perhaps because of the caliber of player, or perhaps because of the attention special teams gets in Ravens' practice and the precedent that such role players can get a bigger opportunities, the special teams units rank high in multiple relevant league rankings.
With the Ravens approaching franchise records in yards gained and points scored this season, offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak pointed to the success his players have had in learning his new scheme as a main factor -- and the first-year coordinator means all of them, not just the stars.
Kamar Aiken wasn't drafted, was released six times in a 23-month span and played in four different organizations in as many NFL seasons. But he feels like he's finally found a home in Baltimore, where he's emerged as a potential key player in the team's playoff push.
Welcome to the Ravens 10-Pack, where reporter Jon Meoli hits on 10 stats, notes, and thoughts following a 34-33, gut-punch home loss to the San Diego Chargers. Read ahead for notes on the secondary, which overshadowed a winning performance, plus Justin Tucker's quietly good season, and where all the rookies have gone.