Ravens defensive tackle Timmy Jernigan suffered an apparent right knee injury on the fourth defensive play of the game Saturday against the Washington Redskins, while offensive lineman Ryan Jensen left the game with a head injury and is in the concussion protocol, the team announced.
Rookie tight end Maxx Williams and starting offensive linemen Eugene Monroe and Kelechi Osemele were among several prominent players on the Ravens offense who didn't dress for Saturday's preseason game against the Washington Redskins.
The Washington Redskins say quarterback Robert Griffin III will miss Saturday's preseason game against the Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium because of a concussion, reversing an earlier decision to let him play.
The list of injured Ravens, which has swollen to over a dozen as training camp progresses, didn't grow on Wednesday, but none of the high-profile players who have been missing resurfaced for practice ahead of the all-important third preseason game Saturday against the Washington Redskins.
Ravens running back Lorenzo Taliaferro, slated for a larger role in the offense as the primary backup to starter Justin Forsett this season, suffered a sprained MCL Saturday night against the Philadelphia Eagles and will be out several weeks, coach John Harbaugh said.
We're waiting to see what is going on with Ravens outside linebacker Terrell Suggs. If he is indeed the leader of the Ravens defense, they took the perfect cue from him Saturday night in the the team's loss to the Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field.
After nearly three weeks of training camp in often hot and sticky conditions, several Ravens players spoke excitedly about this week's joint practices with the Philadelphia Eagles. The practices, which will start Wednesday at the NovaCare Complex in Philadelphia and run through Friday, are a precursor to Saturday's night's preseason game between the two teams at Lincoln Financial Field.
North Laurel's League Outfitters is donating equipment to several local high school teams, including Atholton High in Columbia and St. Vincent Pallotti High and Laurel High, in Laurel. "We have kids at the youth level or the high school who can't afford cleats," League Outfitters CEO Brad Bollweg said. "We are giving them brand new shoes in a box with no catch."
North Laurel's League Outfitters is donating equipment to several local high school teams, including St. Vincent Pallotti High and Laurel High, in Laurel. "We have kids at the youth level or the high school who can't afford cleats," League Outfitters CEO Brad Bollweg said. "We are giving them brand new shoes in a box with no catch."
For the last 40 years, former NFL and major league star Tom Brown has devoted his life to teaching kids a brand of baseball built around self-reliance and pure joy. This week, he coached his last game.
The Ravens auditioned former Grambling quarterback D.J. Williams, the son of former Washington Redskins Super Bowl winning quarterback Doug Wiliams, and quarterbacks Trent Steelman and Austin Trainor, according to league sources.
Depth and defense were on display on July 18 when the Arbutus Big Red semipro team opened the Mason Dixon Football League home schedule with a 26-0 victory over the DMV Jaguars at Arbutus Middle School. Interceptions by Neal Curtis – an 80-yard touchdown return – and Mark Johnson – a 35-yard TD – drew attention, but it was the defensive line that earned most of the praise from coach Ulander Giles
Bob Wade has retired as Baltimore City Public School's coordinator of athletics. Wade, 70, began his tenure in 1996, bringing leadership, discipline and success to the Baltimore City athletic program which had joined the Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association three years prior. A Dunbar and Morgan State graduate who spent three years playing in the NFL, he is best known for coaching the Dunbar boys basketball team to national prominence. Over 11 seasons starting in 1975, Wade's