There's seemingly no surefire recipe for success in building an NFL secondary, but one thing could become abundantly clear when the Ravens face the Arizona Cardinals. The Cardinals have found a formula that works for them, while the Ravens haven't.
A former NFL defensive back, secondary coach Chris Hewitt knows what his players face every day. It's that experience, and his balance of intensity and empathy, that leads Ravens players and coaches to believe he's the man to lead the secondary back to prominence in 2015.
Ravens head coach John Harbaugh finalized several changes to his coaching staff Wednesday, promoting five members from last season's staff and officially announcing the hiring of former Chicago Bears tight end coach Andy Bischoff.
Ravens secondary coach Steve Spagnuolo is a finalist for the New York Giants' defensive coordinator vacancy along with former Oakland Raiders coach Dennis Allen, according to sources with knowledge of the situation.
Three days after the Ravens' season ended with a divisional round playoff loss to the New England Patriots, John Harbaugh expressed confidence in the organization's future, and the chances of offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak remaining part of it.
The Ravens are coming off a 30-17 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers in the AFC wild-card round, and they visit the New England Patriots for a divisional playoff game Saturday. As he does each week, columnist Mike Preston took a handful of reader questions about the team.
When the Ravens signed veteran former New York Giants safety Will Hill to a one-year, $730,000 contract in late July, they did so with the understanding that it would take time before they'd have the opportunity to insert him into the starting lineup.
Ravens rookie free safety Terrence Brooks' status on the depth chart hasn't officially changed, but he's starting to make up ground in the ongoing competition with veterans Darian Stewart and Jeromy Miles.
Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco will spend the next month working out and keeping his right arm in shape through regular throwing sessions with friends, teammates and anybody else capable of catching a tight spiral
As veteran cornerback Aaron Ross covered receivers Tuesday during his minicamp tryout with the Ravens, the former New York Giants starter quickly realized how long it's been since he's played football.
Steve Spagnuolo, a former St. Louis Rams head coach and defensive coordinator with the New York Giants and New Orleans Saints, brings a significant amount of experience to his job as Ravens secondary coach.