The Ravens will play for the AFC North title Sunday, but they find themselves in the odd position of wooing their own fans back to M&T Bank Stadium. Home games have been sold out this year, but the stands have not generally been full, and the team is searching for ways to excite its audience.
Leading the AFC North for the first time since Week 6, the Ravens (9-6) can claim the division Sunday for the first time since 2012 with a win at home Sunday in their regular-season finale over the Cleveland Browns (7-7-1) or a loss by the Steelers (8-6-1) to the visiting Cincinnati Bengals (6-9).
After C.J. Mosley expressed his desire to see the defense open strongly against the Los Angeles Rams Thursday night, the Ravens' first team gave up zero points, one first down and 5 yards of offense in the first quarter.
Ravens players and coach John Harbaugh offered measured reactions to the NFL’s new national anthem policy on Thursday, saying they’re more focused on their football jobs than on the swirling political controversy involving the league and President Donald Trump.
Critically ill children spent Mother’s Day decorating doughnuts for their moms with Ravens linebacker Matthew Judon and enjoying a magic show at the Royal Sonesta Harbor Court Baltimore hotel — an event coordinated by the Casey Cares Foundation.
Through Wednesday, the day before the start of the three-day NFL draft, The Baltimore Sun will break down what the Ravens have at each position, the chance that they will add to it and what prospects could possibly be targeted with those picks. Today we’ll look at linebackers.