Darnell Savage Jr.’s rise from a relatively unknown three-star high school prospect reached a once hard-to-imagine peak when the undersized but lightning-fast safety was picked in the first round of the 2019 NFL draft Thursday night.
The 2019 NFL schedule came out last week and proved once again that it’s possible for a computer to be a New England Patriots fan. Plus, a look at the Orioles' historic rate of home runs allowed and the Ravens' options in the NFL draft.
Establishing a national holiday on the day after these events would not eliminate all workplace inefficiency on those days, but it would significantly reduce the amount of hours lost in missed work and low productivity of the post-event Walking Dead.
Let’s be honest, you’re going to watch the Super Bowl tonight. You might feel indifferent about the two teams playing if you’re one of the many who will tune into the Super Bowl so you have something to talk about at the office tomorrow morning, so I've put together this rooting guide.
Ed Reed left a unique mark on the Ravens and the NFL in his 12 years as a big-play safety. On Saturday, Reed could become the third homegrown Raven, after Jonathan Ogden and Ray Lewis, to make the Pro Football Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility.
The lawsuit filed in New Orleans over the terrible officiating error in the NFC title game isn't going to cancel the Super Bowl, but it is going to shame the league into fixing the holes in its inadequate replay system.
Most Ravens fans hate Tom Brady and the entitled New England Patriots anyway, but they have other reasons for rooting for Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs. He is the embodiment of their hopes for Lamar Jackson.
There is a canonical list of clichés about how and why Ravens fans should be positive after this season. It was apparent during their Jan. 6th game, in which the team lost to the Los Angeles Chargers, that the supporters of the Purple and Black have become soured, cynical and ungrateful.
Lamar Jackson has long admired New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady. "I want to bring the Super Bowl here," the young Raven said. "I want to be the [Tom] Brady [of Baltimore]. I want to be the Brady. Bring multiple, if I could."
After a 22-10 win Saturday over the Los Angeles Chargers and the Pittsburgh Steelers’ loss Sunday to the New Orleans Saints, the Ravens (9-6) could win the AFC North and earn the No. 4 seed even without a win in Week 17 over the Cleveland Browns.
It is the unwritten rule that almost everyone seems to accept as fact: If John Harbaugh’s Ravens do not make the playoffs, he will be fired as head coach. That might be true, but with a caveat: If the Ravens get into the playoffs and lose ugly in the first round, Harbaugh could be fired, too.