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."
Breaking with more than 25 years of team policy about Camden Yards being a baseball-exclusive venue, the Orioles announced Thursday that Billy Joel will hold the first-ever standalone concert at their ballpark July 26.
At this time last year, Robert Griffin III was working out on his own, hoping to find his way back into the NFL. After a successful season as a Ravens reserve, the free agent could see himself settling in Baltimore as a backup and mentor to Lamar Jackson.
Backup quarterback and Super Bowl XLVII MVP Joe Flacco said his absence from the second half of Sunday’s 23-17 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers was part of the plan, but is not sure what the future holds for him.
When you watch Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson, it’s easy to be mesmerized by his video-game cuts or his uncanny tendency to deliver sensational plays immediately after he’s made mistakes. Maybe it's just as important that Jackson is a nice person.
When the Ravens clinched their first playoff berth in four years, the game ball went to an understated 62-year-old who's about to leave his job of 23 years. That man, Ozzie Newsome, is widely admired as the chief architect of the organization.
Only 11 players remain from the last Ravens team that made the playoffs in 2014. Those survivors are counseling younger teammates to cherish the opportunity as they prepare to play the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday.
After an up-and-down season for the Baltimore Ravens, fans are scrambling to attend a playoff game many didn't think was possible. The Ravens sold out of a batch of playoff tickets they put on sale last week. The team is now selling tickets again for Sunday's home game against the Chargers.