Ravens kicker Justin Tucker said the footballs used for kicking plays in Saturday night's game at the Los Angeles Chargers were "just different than what we’re used to experiencing on your typical NFL Sunday.”
The offensive line has been flooded with injuries, but the starting right tackle and left guard say their health will determine if they can return for Sunday’s home game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Members of the Ravens special teams unit can take solace in knowing that their gaffes did not cost the team a victory Sunday against the Denver Broncos, but there is still considerable work to be done.
The Baltimore Sun is breaking down where the Ravens stand at each position, including predictions on how many players the team will keep at each spot and which players are locks, long shots or ¿on the bubble.¿ Today, we examine specialists
When the Ravens signed long snapper Morgan Cox to a one-year, $825,000 contract in March, they did so with confidence that he would make a full recovery from a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee.
While we learned a little last week about Joe Flacco's adjustment to Marc Trestman's version of the West Coast offense, Timmy Jernigan's ascension to the starting defensive line and just how much longer 36-year-old wide receiver Steve Smith might play in the NFL, all of that has been sufficiently discussed and dissected.
Ravens long snapper Morgan Cox and former Ravens outside linebacker Adalius Thomas and cornerback Corey Graham are among the 22 current and former NFL players participating in an NFL business boot camp.
It's been a whirlwind of activity for Kevin McDermott since catching a red-eye flight from California on Sunday night after Ravens long snapper Morgan Cox tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee.