As I was sitting there watching the melee unfold in front of me, I thought about what it would be like to coach a team where I could hand pick each of the players at the top of their game and put together the team that I wanted from a huge player pool.
Ever since it was announced Monday that Cleveland signed former Kansas City running back Kareem Hunt to a one-year contract some anger around town has resurfaced about the way former Ravens running back Ray Rice was treated for his domestic violence case nearly five years ago.
Ray Rice's arrest five years ago represented a line of demarcation in the way the NFL and the Ravens understood and confronted intimate partner violence. Though much has changed in the time since, the league still faces difficult questions about its place in a national epidemic.
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.
Ravens players and coach John Harbaugh offered measured reactions to the NFL’s new national anthem policy on Thursday, saying they’re more focused on their football jobs than on the swirling political controversy involving the league and President Donald Trump.
When the Ravens traded back into the first round to pick Lamar Jackson on Thursday night, they not only acquired a quarterback of the future, they authored the ultimate tribute to Ozzie Newsome's draft skills.
Ozzie Newsome will step down as Ravens general manager next season, handing the reigns of the player personnel decisions over to Eric DeCosta, owner Steve Bisciotti said at Friday’s State of the Ravens address.
Harford Tech football coach Tim Palmer, The Baltimore Sun and the Ravens Coach of the Year for turning the Cobras program around in his first season as head coach, has been nominated for the Don Shula NFL High School Coach of the Year Award to be presented at the Pro Bowl.
As best I can tell, Carroll County is a collection of Ravens, Redskins and Steelers fans. Beyond being the biggest football game of the year and for the commercials, it's going to be hard for any of these fan bases to get amped for tonight's 51st big game. To help you decide who to root for (the correct answer is Atlanta, by the way) I've decided to put together this guide of interesting facts about the teams that might be relevant to our local fan bases.