When Lamar Jackson was taken No. 32 overall in the draft this year, Ozzie Newsome acknowledged they were “building for the future” with the Heisman Trophy winner. But, he added, “In order for us to win this year, we need Joe Flacco.”
It was hard to judge the Ravens’ performance against the Los Angeles Rams on Thursday night because the Rams held nearly 20 of their starters out, including quarterback Jared Goff and running back Todd Gurley.
No. 16 seed UMBC's historic upset of No. 1 seed Virginia in the first round of the NCAA men's basketball tournament is an 2018 ESPY nominee for "Best Moment." Could there really be another best moment?
Ten years after they made two trades within the first round before selecting quarterback Joe Flacco 18th overall in 2008, the Ravens reached a deal with the Buffalo Bills to move back in the first round.
The Ravens clearly are intrigued enough by Lamar Jackson to bring in the Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback in for a pre-draft visit. But that doesn't mean they are taking him with the 16th overall pick.
Ravens inside linebacker C.J. Mosley was at breakfast Tuesday morning when he saw the news: Eric Kendricks had gotten paid. The Minnesota Vikings linebacker reportedly agreed to a five-year, $50 million deal, among the richest contracts for a player at his position.
The Ravens announced today they have signed former Redskins No. 1 pick Robert Griffin III to compete for the backup quarterback role behind starter Joe Flacco. Griffin, known as RGIII, did not play in the NFL last season.
In a region mostly dedicated to the Ravens, many transplants have made these bars another home away from home. Like the fans, the establishments have been counting down the days until kickoff, while making extra preparations for what will likely be one of their busiest Sundays of 2018.