NFL Combine: Peter Konz is considered the best center in the draft class and his combination of size, strength and smarts is expected to make him the latest Wisconsin offensive lineman to be taken in the first round.
Sergio Kindle's status and ability continue to be sources of curiosity from fans, but Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome said yesterday that the team has a much better understanding of what the linebacker can do.
What kind of priority are the Ravens putting on finding a wide receiver? It's a question that Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome will surely get this afternoon when he meets with reporters on the second full day of the NFL scouting combine.
There has been plenty of speculation that the Ravens could be interested in Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Mike Wallace, who will be an unrestricted free agent if the Steelers don't put the franchise tag on March 5.
The Baltimore Ravens have been one of the teams mentioned in the media speculation about the Mike Wallace situation. On the surface, it makes sense. The Ravens have said they want to get better at wide receiver and Wallace is one of the NFL's most lethal downfield threats. They would also be stealing the Steelers' leading receiver from the past two seasons -- a nice bonus. But a recent comment by G.M. Ozzie Newsome suggests that they won't show interest.
Even with today's news that Randy Moss plans to come out of retirement, the bumper crop of free-agent wide receivers appears to be thinning out as we learn more about how teams plan to use their franchise tags. How does it affect the Ravens?
When the NFL's current collective bargaining agreement was hammered out by NFL owners and the NFLPA last summer, a tweak was made to the rules regarding the compensation a team can receive if one of their restricted free agents signs an offer sheet with another team. Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome said it wouldn't impact his outlook on RFAs, but how will the league's other teams handle them?
Joe Flacco¿s performance in the AFC championship game might not have silenced all his critics, but in the minds of owner Steve Bisciotti and general manager Ozzie Newsome, there is no question the 27-year-old quarterback is the man to lead the Ravens back to the Super Bowl
The Ravens are focused on securing contract extensions for Ray Rice and Joe Flacco, but Ben Grubbs' status is unclear. The Ravens will use the franchise tag on its star running back if a new contract can't be worked out. Bringing back the left guard could be difficult.
The Ravens announced today that the team will hold its annual "State of the Ravens" press conference Wednesday at the team's practice facility in Owings Mills. The annual season-review press conference, which starts at 2 p.m., is our rare opportunity to chat about all Ravens topics with owner Steve Bisciotti, president Dick Cass, general manager and executive vice president Ozzie Newsome and head coach John Harbaugh.
Baltimore Sun columnist Mike Preston answers a selection of reader questions about the Ravens' 23-20 loss to the New England Patriots in the AFC championship game, how the team should move forward in the offseason, and much more.
The Ravens' laundry list of free agents is highlighted by running back Ray Rice, left guard Ben Grubbs and linebacker Jarret Johnson, but that trio did not appear Monday when media was allowed in the locker room.
Now in his eighth season as majority owner of the Ravens, Steve Bisciotti presides over one of the NFL's model organizations. But is he running out of time to win a championship with the current version of the team?
The Ravens' Ed Dickson and Dennis Pitta are out to prove they can be as effective as the Patriots' tight ends. Baltimore's second-year tandem has played well but hasn't matched the production of Rob Gronkowski and Aaron Hernandez.