The Ravens teamed up with local non-profit groups to clean city streets and storm drains Wednesday morning. The clean-up was part of an environmental initiative to help make Baltimore a more sustainable city.
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Though Steve Smith Sr. (Achilles) won’t play in Saturday’s third preseason game, he’s already in midseason trash talk form. Smith explains where he gets his on-field intensity and why he plays with a chip on his shoulder.
When asked about some of the offensive rookies around him, the Ravens quarterback said he’s impressed by the way the running back is transferring his hard and shifty running to games.
Senior VP of Public and Community Relations Kevin Byrne gives his observations on the mood of the team, speed of the defense, return of Breshad Perriman, added veteran leadership and more.
Joey Bosa wants what Ronnie Stanley already got from Ravens. Keep your eye on rookie pass rusher Matt Judon Saturday. First chance to see what Benjamin Watson and Mike Wallace can do. Ravens' non-QB MVP: Terrell Suggs.
The Ravens quarterback doesn’t need to get hit, but wants to feel the pressure. He also wants to build the confidence of the first-team offense before the regular season.
The fourth-round pick has taken reps with the starters after the injury to John Urschel, and he has a big opportunity in the third preseason game.
The Ravens’ returning 2015 first-round pick has always been known for his speed. Offensive Coordinator Marc Trestman has noticed that his concentration has improved.
We’ll finally get a better idea of the running back rotation. Lions’ Darius Slay will ask Steve Smith Sr. for his jersey. Only one Raven landed on the ESPN top 100 list. Ravens are short on healthy defensive backs. Ray Lewis is featured on the ‘Cigar Aficionado’ cover.
The Ravens’ starting defense has given up long drives to begin each preseason game. Saturday’s contest against the Lions should give a better sense of the unit, which needs to get off to a better start than last year.
The Ravens’ No. 6 pick is the league’s top-graded rookie offensive tackle through the first two preseason games, per Pro Football Focus. He hasn’t allowed a single pressure. He’ll be blocking for quarterback Joe Flacco in a game for the first time Saturday.
Steve Smith Sr. and Breshad Perriman have made their returns to the field. But two receivers further down the depth chart – Butler and rookie Chris Moore – have been making plays in practice and games. Where do they fit into the mix?
Receivers reach 100 percent attendance. Breshad Perriman shows off speed in first practice. Pittsburgh columnist: There go the Steelers’ chances.
The Ravens head coach said players who commit senseless penalties won’t be kept on the team. The Ravens gave the Colts seven first downs on penalties and could have lost the game because of one at the end.
The fifth-round pick has notched a sack in each of his first two preseason games, which may earn him time with the first-team defense.
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The 16-year veteran has been coy when asked if this is his final season in the NFL, so we tried to get the real answer out of him.
Ravens fans will have a few familiar faces return to M&T Bank Stadium this weekend when the Detroit Lions come to town.
The quarterback said he's optimistic about the amount of weapons he has to work with this season.
The Ravens aren't ready to declare a starting punt returner yet, but if you read between the lines, it sure seems like Michael Campanaro is in the driver's seat.
The defensive coordinator doesn't want to see his first-team defense miss any assignments, commit bad penalties or give up an 11-yard drive to start the game.
Plus, the possibility of Alex Lewis starting Week 1. And who will win the nickel cornerback role between Will Davis and Jerraud Powers.
Defensive tackle Brandon Williams absolutely dominated quarterback Ryan Mallett in two Madden 17 games. The 340-pounder known as 'Big Baby' had zero mercy both on the field and in the trash-talk arena.
The first-round pick went through individual drills this morning, running routes and catching passes from Wide Receivers Coach Bobby Engram.
The 2015 first-round pick said that he was able to better attack rehab after last year's injury. Now that he's back, Perriman said he and Joe Flacco still have work to be done to develop chemistry.
The Ravens will bring along Breshad Perriman and Elvis Dumervil slowly, while Matt Elam and Dennis Pitta's futures are up in the air.
The Ravens linebacker declared he has a 'nose for the football' after forcing a fumble that was recovered by safety Eric Weddle.
John Harbaugh's brother-in-law spoke to the Ravens after their win over the Indianapolis Colts Saturday. He told the players to 'respect the fight' of the 2015 squad and use it to get better in 2016.
The outside linebacker's foot isn't 100 percent and is a 'work in progress.' His goal is to play in the regular-season opener on Sept. 11.
John Harbaugh addressed the media following the win over the Colts.
Qadry Ismail and Pete Gilbert bring you highlights, analysis and postgame interviews.