Five Things We Learned from the Ravens' 2018 NFL draft
The Ravens made a bold move to set up their future when they drafted quarterback Lamar Jackson, and general manager Ozzie Newsome used a series of trades to improve the team's depth at key positions.
Preston: Ozzie Newsome's final draft as Ravens general manager might usher in promising new era
Ozzie Newsome could be setting the Ravens up this week for success as he prepares to step away from day-to-day operations of the Ravens.
Stakes are high for Ravens as Ozzie Newsome prepares to run his last draft as GM
Ozzie Newsome has been the Ravens' final vote on draft picks for 22 years. And as he prepares to run his final draft as general manager, he has put the onus on himself to reverse the team's fortunes.
Mike Preston: Ravens need a third-down passing threat out of the backfield
Mike Preston writes that the Ravens need to draft a running back who can catch passes out of the backfield like Ray Rice.
Ravens receive sixth-round compensatory pick, not third rounder they hoped for after losing Wagner
Ravens have received more compensatory picks than any team in the league, but the sixth rounder this year qualifies as a disappointment.
Preston: Though keeping status quo, Ravens have to move aggressively to fix problems
Steve Bisciotti can't gloss over issues that have held the Ravens back in recent seasons and threaten to do so in the future.
Rise of Eagles a reminder of how many quality evaluators Ravens have lost
The Eagles have several players from the Ravens' Super Bowl XLVII winners, but Howie Roseman's personnel staff has a distinct Ravens' flavor as well.
Suggs, Mosley and Weddle selected to represent Ravens in Pro Bowl; Tucker named an alternate
The team is represented by at least three players for the 12th consecutive year.
Special teams a huge part of Ravens' return to playoff contention
The special teams unit's ability to produce in categories such as returns, field goals, and punts has been pivotal in the Ravens' overall success this season.
Ravens seeking more from crowded tight end corps
The team is tied for the NFL lead in tight ends on the active roster, but quantity does not always translate to effectiveness.
Ravens news, notes and opinions on value of Brandon Williams, Collins' third chance, fixing offense
The absence of Brandon Williams has affected every rung of the Ravens defense.
Ravens news, notes and opinions on defensive rookies, OL concerns, timing of Brandon Williams injury
The play of Tyus Bowser, Marlon Humphrey and Tim Williams has added speed and athleticism to the defense.
Preston: Injury to Woodhead, inadequate planning leave Ravens searching for a third-down weapon
The Ravens are checking out many options to replace veteran Danny Woodhead as a third-down option in the backfield.
Preston: Seems like it's already third down for Marty Mornhinweg, an offensive coordinator in a tough position
Coordinator Marty Mornhinweg faces a possible quick departure if the Ravens' offense falters.
Mike Preston: Ravens miss Joe Flacco's quiet leadership
Mike Preston writes that the Ravens miss Joe Flacco's leadership.
Albert McClellan's season-ending knee injury continues run of tough losses for Ravens
Versatile veteran leaves the Raven thin on experience at both inside linebacker, special teams
Ravens notes: Taliaferro not feeling threatened by addition of Ricard to fullback group
The fourth-year player on his transition to fullback: “I’ve got my eyes on the trophy of making this team.”
Preston: Ravens need more from first-team offense after poor start to preseason
The Ravens' first-team offense again struggled one week after a sluggish showing in its preseason opener.
Ravens' Darren Waller suspended at least a year for violating NFL's substance abuse policy
It's his second violation in two years.
Former Ravens pass rusher Elvis Dumervil signs with 49ers
Elvis Dumervil is reuniting with a former Broncos teammate next season.
Ravens could rely on a few players to fill Kyle Juszczyk's myriad roles
Ravens coach John Harbaugh said the team still plans to use a fullback in certain situations. But that player might just be a tight end or tailback.
Schmuck: Calm coming from Ravens hints at more positive projections than pundits'
With pundits expecting little from Ravens, calm coming from Castle hints at more positive projections
Happy and healthy, Dennis Pitta glad to see his 'deep roots' grow with Ravens
Dennis Pitta agreed this offseason to a $2.5 million pay cut over each of the next two seasons, and he has an idea of what those funds were earmarked for.
Projecting the offensive depth chart for the Ravens
As the Ravens prepare for the first of three weeks of organized team activities, The Sun projects the offensive depth chart two months before training camp.
Ravens news, notes and opinions on no draft trades, off-field questions and more
The Ravens never had a chance to draft one of the top wide receivers, but should they have taken one in the second or third round?
Ravens' winners and losers from the 2017 draft
Looking at those who benefited and those who didn't from last week's draft.
Recent early-round misses put pressure on Ravens entering NFL draft
The visible reminders of general manager Ozzie Newsome’s drafting and team-building prowess have remained untouched during the ongoing $45 million renovation
Ravens decision-makers discuss 'daunting' process of draft prep
As he prepares to lead his 22nd draft with the Ravens, general manager Ozzie Newsome is leaning on a philoso
John Harbaugh excited to see how Ravens' competition at tight end plays out
At some point, the Ravens will probably have to make a decision to ease their logjam at tight end. But John Harbaugh said they're not there yet.
Highlights from John Harbaugh's media session at the league meetings
Ravens head coach John Harbaugh held court for nearly an hour Tuesday at the AFC head coaching breakfast.
Dick Cass says Ravens could be done in free agency until after draft
The Ravens have seemingly prioritized preserving a compensatory selection rather than adding a secondary free agent or two.
Wide receiver Kamar Aiken leaves Ravens, signs with Colts
The 2016 season didn’t go as Kamar Aiken had hoped, and his first foray into free agency might not have either. But after a quiet market for his services, Aiken
Ravens trading center Jeremy Zuttah to 49ers
The Ravens are releasing yet another veteran, saying goodbye to center Jeremy Zuttah, their starting center the past three years.
Retired linebacker Zachary Orr leads all Ravens in performance-based pay
Former Ravens weak-side linebacker Zachary Orr led the team in performance-based bonuses.
Ravens news, notes and opinions on the team's remaining needs as free agency continues
Five days into free agency, the Ravens' biggest needs really haven't changed.
Looking at the top remaining free agent fits for busy Ravens
The first wave of free agency is over and much of the Ravens' salary cap space is taken. But they have a few free agent moves to make.
Ex-Ravens defensive end Lawrence Guy agrees to deal with Patriots
Defensive end Lawrence Guy will leave Baltimore and sign with the New England Patriots, becoming the fourth Ravens' free agent to depart.
Ravens' Newsome says Woodhead addition was not a reaction to Dixon suspension
The Ravens say that the signing of Danny Woodhead was not a reaction to Kenneth Dixon's suspension.
Ravens continue to overhaul secondary, stay busy at start of free agency
Mike Preston: Despite moves this week, the Ravens still have numerous holes to fill
The Ravens are still an average football team.
Ravens sign special teams ace Anthony Levine to three-year deal
The Ravens continued to take care of their own players, signing reserve safety Anthony Levine Sr. to a three-year deal.
Ravens' 5-year deal with Brandon Williams caps busy start to free agency
The Ravens got their man Thursday, re-signing nose tackle Brandon Williams to a five-year deal.
Ravens finalize three-year deal with running back Danny Woodhead
The Ravens finalized a three-year deal with veteran running back Danny Woodhead less than an hour into free agency.
Preston: Don't get worked up about the players the Ravens are losing
The Ravens have reportedly lost two of their own unrestricted free agents, but it’s no big deal.
Ravens poised to complete free agent deal with RB Danny Woodhead
The Ravens are hoping to finalize a deal with veteran running back Danny Woodhead on the first day of free agency.
Potential addition of safety Tony Jefferson could soften otherwise rough day for Ravens
The Ravens spent the day before the official start of free agency saying goodbye to several of their key pla
Brandon Marshall signs with Giants, leaving one less wide receiver option for Ravens
A potential Ravens' receiving option is off the board as Brandon Marshall reportedly agrees to deal with the New York Giants.
Ravens extend original-round tenders to five restricted free agents
The Ravens signed four of their restricted free agents to original round tenders.
Ravens' news, notes and opinions as tampering window begins at noon
The Ravens' free agents all hitting the market foreshadows their departures, but doesn't guarantee it.
Ravens officials brace for busy and crucial week upon return from Indy
The Ravens top decision makers return from the scouting combine today with much on their plate.