Several Ravens rookies shared how they got their nicknames, from 'Hollywood' to 'Biggie.' (Kevin Richardson)
Ravens rookie wide receiver Miles Boykin talks about the possibility of playing opposite of first-round pick Marquise Brown. (Kevin Richardson / Baltimore Sun video)
At Ravens rookie camp quarterback Trace McSorley talks about his biggest challenge is learning the playbook. (Kevin Richardson / Baltimore Sun video)
Ravens rookie linebacker Jaylon Ferguson talks about having a really good pre-draft meeting with defensive coordinator Don Martindale before the draft. (Kevin Richardson / Baltimore Sun video)
Ravens' Marquise "Hollywood" Brown is looking forward to playing with QB Lamar Jackson. (Kevin Richardson / Baltimore Sun video)
The Ravens drafted outside linebacker Jaylon Ferguson in the third-round with the 85th pick. Ferguson broke the all-time NCAA record for career sacks with 45.0 over the course of his college career, passing Terrell Suggs. (Kevin Richardson)
"I think he's tough, and he's electric," said GM Eric DeCosta. "We think he compliments our offense very well, our vision of what we want our offense to be." (Kevin Richardson / Baltimore Sun video)
Get to know Ravens' first-round pick Oklahoma's wide receiver Marquise Brown. (Kevin Richardson / Baltimore Sun video)
The Ravens' Justin Tucker has signed a four-year contract extension that makes him the highest paid kicker in NFL history. (Amy Davis, Baltimore Sun video)
“He can affect the game,” Mark Ingram said about his new teammate Earl Thomas. “He’s going to be back deep. He’s going to be down low. He’s going to be filling the run, quick. He’s going to be over the top breaking up posts and seam routes and just around the ball.
The Ravens have reached a deal to sign running back Mark Ingram, according to media reports.
Sports columnist Mike Preston on Ravens veteran outside linebacker Terrell Suggs, reportedly agreed to a one-year deal with the Arizona Cardinals on Monday. (Kevin Richardson / Baltimore Sun video)