Shouldn’t Harbaugh rank in the top five, at least? Wonderful Flacco flashbacks as we await his return. Can Campanaro stay healthy enough to make team? So far, so good for Webb’s transition. Perriman’s father improving. Not a bad day for Reynolds.
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Baltimore Ravens : News
Baltimore’s roster, which is brimming with new blood and talent, proves the team is ready to embrace significant change after a 5-11 season.
Ravens sixth-round wide receiver Keenan Reynolds got the final approval during Defense Secretary Ashton Carter’s graduation speech.
The Castle is buzzing! Several players, including rookies, newly signed free agents and returning veterans, are making strong first impressions. Kevin Byrne gives a glimpse into the first week of OTAs.
Considering injuries, Ravens have strong OTAs turnout. Hensley: League making example out of Ravens. For now, Ray Rice’s return was a one-time thing. Ravens travel third-fewest miles in NFL this year.
Injured players returned and looked good in shorts. Rookie second-round pick Kamalei Correa is taking snaps at inside linebacker. Eric Weddle is making his presence felt already. First scuffle breaks out.
Back on the field at full capacity for the first time since last year’s training camp, wide receiver Breshad Perriman is putting his lost rookie season behind him and moving on. In Thursday’s practice, he looked just as explosive as before the injury.
Despite two major hip surgeries, veteran tight end Dennis Pitta swears his previous injuries aren’t on his mind while on the field. And if you ask Head Coach John Harbaugh, Pitta looks like the same player we’ve seen in the past.
The former Ravens running back was back at the Under Armour Performance Center Wednesday to share his story with the rookies as part of the team's player engagement program.
Ravens running back Trent Richardson is dealing with a hamstring injury. Wide receiver Michael Campanaro is sidelined once again and rookie draft picks Bronson Kaufusi and Kenneth Dixon are all also sill out. Many players from last year's injured reserve list have returned.
Solar power system expected to meet approximately 15 percent of electricity needs for team headquarters.
Head Coach John Harbaugh, wide receiver Breshad Perriman, tight end Dennis Pitta, safety Lardarius Webb and defensive tackle Timmy Jernigan talk to the media.
After wearing pads for a small portion of rookie minicamp, the NFL has punished the Ravens by docking them three days of Organized Team Activities and fining the organization and Head Coach John Harbaugh.
With the departure of Daryl Smith in free agency, there’s a starting inside linebacker position up for grabs. Former second-round draft pick Arthur Brown has his avenue toward finally making an impact.
There are a lot of players with plenty to prove at the Ravens OTAs. From returning injured players to newcomers looking to make a good first impression, Baltimore’s roster is laden with intrigue.
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While the players enjoy a break from football, Head Coach John Harbaugh and his staff will adjust and try to find ways to ensure everyone gets back up to speed upon return.
Today we remember the members of our military and their families who have paid the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom. "Thank you" will never be enough for the true heroes of our country.
The fourth-round pick showed off his Maryland flag tattoo and talked about the worst part about being 5-foot-9.
We know fans can't come to the closed Ravens practices, so we're bring practice to you. Enjoy some of the top highlights from Week 1.
Eugene Monroe has campaigned for the NFL to research and permit the use of medical marijuana, and John Harbaugh was asked for his take on the issue. The Ravens head coach also explained why he withdrew the Ravens’ proposal to drastically alter the instant replay system.
People better starting thinking about Dennis Pitta's role in the offense. Eric Weddle transforms the defensive backfield. Breshad Perriman is refreshed both mentally and physically.
The "NFL HQ" crew discusses the Ravens forfeiting one week of OTAs and the impact the penalty will have on their workouts.
Organized Team Activities are a time for optimism, but last year’s disappointment isn’t far from the Ravens’ mind. And Head Coach John Harbaugh made another Trump reference.
Dennis Pitta addressed the media Thursday afternoon following the third day of OTA's.
Timmy Jernigan addressed the media Thursday afternoon following the third day of OTA's.
Breshad Perriman addressed the media Thursday afternoon after the third practice of OTA's.
Lardarius Webb addressed the media Thursday afternoon after the third practice of OTA's.
John Harbaugh addressed the media Thursday afternoon after the third practice of OTA's.
The Pro Bowl safety brings an infectious energy and veteran know-how to the defensive backfield.
Constellation, a leading competitive retail energy supplier, joined the Baltimore Ravens to flip the switch on a new 400-kilowatt (DC) solar generation project today at the team’s headquarters and training facility in Owings Mills, Md. Constellation provides energy services to the team.