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.
The assumption is that newly signed Cleveland running back Kareem Hunt will most likely be suspended for at least the first four games of the season for a physical altercation with a woman last February in a Cleveland hotel.
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.
The announcement that John Harbaugh will be back as Ravens head coach came at 7 p.m. and apparently caught a number of coaches and team officials off guard. Maybe it would have been better if owner Steve Bisciotti would have tweeted it out.
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.
An arbitrator is sending Colin Kaepernick's grievance with the NFL to trial, denying the league's request to throw out the quarterback's claims that owners conspired to keep him out of the league because of his protests of social injustice.
Ray Lewis is entering the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2018. Could fellow former Raven and Miami Hurricane Ed Reed, with whom he shared an uncommon passion for studying the sport and excelling at it, follow him in 2019?
Exactly 10 years after drafting quarterback Joe Flacco, a decision that contributed to one of the best stretches in franchise history and the organization’s second Super Bowl championship, the Ravens hope they found his successor.
With Joe Flacco going into what could be his last season as the Ravens' franchise quarterback, the team might use a high draft pick on the sport's most important position for the first time in a decade.
With Ravens decision makers reportedly being questioned under oath Thursday as part of Colin Kaepernick’s collusion grievance against the NFL and Robert Griffin III agreeing to a one-year deal Wednesday, it could mark the end of the team’s connection to the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback.
The Ravens talked with a “high-ranking” military official when the team was deciding whether or not to sign free-agent quarterback Colin Kaepernick, according to a TMZ report. The official cautioned Coach John Harbaugh as to Kaepernick's fit with the team's core values.