Ravens players, coaches say they expect Raiders to run same offense under backup QB EJ Manuel
Ravens linebacker C.J. Mosley on EJ Manuel subbing for Derek Carr: 'We’ve just got to make sure that we do our job no matter which quarterback plays in the game.”
Scouting report for Ravens' road game Sunday at Oakland Raiders
Both the Ravens and Raiders have lost two straight games and are struggling on both sides of the ball.
Ravens will get EJ Manuel and not standout Raiders quarterback Derek Carr in Sunday's game
Carr, a two-time Pro Bowl selection, will miss Sunday's game because of a back injury.
Marlon Humphrey living up to first-round billing for Ravens
Ravens first-round pick Marlon Humphrey has played just 43 snaps on defense, but coaches and teammates are impressed.
Catching up with ... former Colts Pro Bowl lineman Chris Hinton
Offensive lineman Chris Hinton, 'the guy in the Elway trade,' had quite a career of his own.
Ravens players refuse to buy into Steelers’ Ben Roethlisberger’s criticism about offense
Linebacker Terrell Suggs said he won’t fall for the Pittsburgh quarterback’s “mind games” about the offense’s troubles.
Mike Preston: Ravens can't afford another embarrassing loss like this
Mike Preston writes that head coaches get fired over poorly played games like these
As rookie Jermaine Eluemunor lives out dream, rest of Ravens offensive line struggles versus Jags
With Marshal Yanda down, Ravens opt to rotate Matt Skura and Eluemunor at right guard.
For Ravens lineman Jermaine Eluemunor, London trip is a homecoming game
This Sunday, the rookie will complete an improbable fantasy when he walks into Wembley as a member of an NFL team.
Staff picks for Sunday's Ravens-Jaguars game in London
Baltimore Sun staff picks for Sunday's Ravens-Jaguars game in London.
Admitting it's a 'big hit,' Ravens push forward without Marshal Yanda, their best offensive lineman
The Ravens current plan for replacing six-time Pro Bowl selection Marshal Yanda features Tony Bergstrom.
Preston: Ravens showing more creativity on offense, and they'll need it without Yanda
Sunday's game showed that the Ravens have a staff capable of making adjustments on offense.
Five Things We Learned from the Ravens’ 24-10 win over the Cleveland Browns
Ravens notebook: Benjamin Watson cautiously pleased with contributions to Sunday’s win
Despite his best outing in almost two years, the Ravens tight end is staying even-keeled
Mike Preston: Are the Ravens a good team? It's too early to tell
Mike Preston writes that it's too early to tell if the Ravens are a good team.
Ravens lose standout right guard Marshal Yanda for season as run of significant injuries worsens
The Ravens also lose reserve linebacker Bam Bradley for the season. Brandon Williams and Maxx Williams are hurt as well.
Ravens notebook: First-rounder Marlon Humphrey enjoys first challenge
Ravens could have questions at outside linebacker, cornerback and punt returner in home opener.
As Browns OT Joe Thomas nears milestone, Terrell Suggs readies for matchup against one of league's best
Joe Thomas is closing in on playing his 10,000th consecutive snap for the Browns.
Ravens notebook: Weak-side linebacker rotation continues for Correa, Onwuasor and Bradley, too
"We’ll just let all of those young guys play" -- Ravens coach John Harbaugh on his weak-side linebacker rotation.
In a week of poor performances by offensive lines, Ravens' starting five passes early test vs. Bengals
Group might not have dispelled the outside concern, but it performed admirably in Week 1.
Mike Preston: Nothing pretty about Ravens' recipe for success, but if they follow it they'll win
Mike Preston writes that there's nothing pretty about Ravens' recipe for success, but if they follow it they'll win
As he gets ready for Hall call, Ray Lewis marvels at how fitting it would be to be inducted in 2018
Former Raven will learn Hall fate five years to the day of his last game and on eve of 52nd Super Bowl.
Schmuck: For Ravens offense, it's what's up front that really counts
The Ravens have many concerns, but the uncertainty on the offensive line is most concerning.
Now a Raven, Jeremy Maclin ready to put difficult year behind him
Ravens receiver Jeremy Maclin has survived a difficult upbringing, two serious knee injuries and a cancer scare, so playing for a new team is no big deal.
Ravens hope huge investment makes defensive backfield secondary to none
The Ravens spent heavily on their secondary in the offseason, trying to ensure that the next time they defend their season against a star quarterback, they'll be better armed.
Catching up with ... former Colts quarterback Greg Landry
After starter Bert Jones got hurt, the man his teammates called “Pops” passed for nearly 3,000 yards and 15 touchdowns in his most prolific NFL season for the Colts.
Ravens left tackle Ronnie Stanley aims to go from promising to great
Ravens left tackle Ronnie Stanley believes he's ready to take a leap forward in his second season.
Preston: Ravens' road to defensive greatness begins Sunday
The Bengals present Ravens with strong offensive challenge Sunday
Ravens notes: Four offensive starters who practiced fully Wednesday did so again Thursday
Joe Flacco, Jeremy Maclin, Breshad Perriman, and Ronnie Stanley were full participants for the second straight day.
Ravens will get another chance Sunday to slow down star WR A.J. Green, which they've struggled to do
Bengals star has six touchdowns and 604 receiving yards against Ravens in last five meetings.
Ravens' Justin Tucker striving for perfect encore to historic season
After a career year in 2016, the sixth-year kicker is more worried about the process than the results.
Q&A with Ravens middle linebacker C.J. Mosley
The two-time Pro Bowl player discusses his success, his priorities and his trend of watching every Alabama game.
Bobby Boyd, All-Pro Colts cornerback in the 1960s, dies at 79
Bobby Boyd, Colts All Pro cornerback in the 1960s, dies at 79.
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.
The Sun Remembers: Aug. 27-Sept. 2
Don Shula, Mary Ann Musser and Deion Sanders are part of this week in Maryland sports.
Ravens kicker Justin Tucker cleared from concussion protocol after tackle on kickoff
Ravens kicker Justin Tucker was injured after converting 40-yard field goal with 7:31 left in first quarter.
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.”
Ravens mid-preseason report: Offense is a big concern, airtight defense is not
Two preseason games in, looking at the areas where you should or shouldn't worry.
Former Ravens WR Anquan Boldin retires less than two weeks after signing with Bills
Boldin tells ESPN in statement that he's stepping away to focus on the fight for human rights.
Ravens' signing of center Jeremy Zuttah is another move aimed at stabilizing shaky offense
The team jettisoned the veteran five months ago but injuries open the door for him to come back.
Mike Preston: Ravens are running out of time for the offensive line to come together
Offensive line play is built around chemistry, consistency and cohesiveness, and the Ravens are in short supply of each.
Preston: After strong offseason, Matthew Judon on verge of becoming Ravens' best linebacker
A lighter, trimmer Matthew Judon could turn into one of the team’s biggest success stories.
Injuries forcing Ravens to quickly develop young talent at nickel cornerback
With Tavon Young and Maurice Canady out with injuries, the Ravens defense is looking for its cornerbacks to "grow up fast."
Mike Preston's Ravens training camp observations
What Ravens Insider Mike Preston saw during the team's weekend training camp practice at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis.
Ravens relying on 'Wink' Martindale's steady hand in developing young linebacker corps
The Ravens have their youngest linebacker group in years.
Ravens' offensive line picture remains muddled because of injuries, retirement
Ravens currently lack depth and experience on the offensive line and front office is looking for both
Mike Preston: Wallace leading the way for Ravens' receiving corps
In his second year with the Ravens, wide receiver Mike Wallace looks like he has stepped in to the shoes of Steve Smith Sr.
Ravens notebook: No new developments regarding Colin Kaepernick signing
Ravens coach John Harbaugh said, “There’s really nothing new about that quarterback situation.”
Digest: Ben's Cat to be buried at Laurel Park
Brandon Williams ready to take his place as a core building block for Ravens
After he signed a $52.5-million deal in the offseason, Brandon Williams says he's ready to help lead the Ravens.