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Baltimore Ravens : News
Wide receiver Breshad Perriman continued his strong start to the offseason practices and multiple players in the Ravens secondary came up with interceptions.
The fourth-year linebacker is not practicing because of offseason shoulder surgery, Head Coach John Harbaugh revealed Thursday. Tight end Maxx Williams is expected back for training camp.
Former Ravens wide receiver Michael Jackson, who passed away earlier this month, had a big smile and was never shy about voicing his opinion. General Manager Ozzie Newsome, and many of us, felt a special bond with him.
OTAs are about who does participate, not who doesn't, in Baltimore. Re-grading the 2014 NFL draft. Five Ravens with breakout potential. Several notes on former Ravens.
The Ravens running back is on the field at the start of OTAs after tearing his ACL three games into last season with the Chargers. He says his motivation to return to his previous form is high, but he’s not out to prove anything to anyone.
Baltimore's best offseason acquisition will also surprise you. Peter King says Ravens 'could go either way' this season. Check out Ozzie Newsome’s great block for Earnest Byner.
Rosters will go from 90 to 53 in a single round of cuts. Two players can come off IR mid-season. Overtime will be 10 minutes instead of 15. Group and prop celebrations are now allowed, but no twerking.
In his second season after knee surgery, Flacco is now in position for a bigger season in 2017. Combine that with an upgraded defense and the Ravens may have the winning formula.
Better free-agent choice: Anquan Boldin or Victor Cruz? Two rule changes expected to pass today, including one that should create more creative touchdown celebrations. Jermaine Eluemunor sends up prayers for Manchester.
The Ravens' veteran defender will hold his eighth-annual charity softball game next month in Aberdeen.
The Ravens' first-round pick met some other celebrities at Maryland’s treasured horse race as well.
Alabama prospects litter Mel Kiper's early big board for 2018. Will any become Ravens? Former Raven and Baltimore native is working on Wall Street during offseason.
The Ravens' secondary is in place, but Baltimore has four openings in the front seven. There's a lot of new talent, yet that will mean an adjustment period.
A running back who fits the Ravens may hit the market. Moving Darren Waller again ‘doesn’t make a lot of sense.’ Ravens won’t play in new Los Angeles stadium in 2019.
Baltimore Ravens : Videos
The Ravens head coach said that the league?s decision to relax celebration penalties should help create more fun around the game.
Breshad Perriman is impressive, easing nervousness about the state of the team's wide receiver corps. Tony Jefferson and Eric Weddle are a versatile duo, and Baltimore has a lot of talented depth in the secondary.
The veteran cornerback, who the Ravens signed this offseason, jumped in front of wide receiver Mike Wallace to pick off quarterback Joe Flacco.
Dennis Pitta led all NFL tight ends in receptions last season, but hauled in just two touchdown passes. He'll have more this year with catches like this.
The Ravens' head coach said the defense is already picking up the right assignments and making things difficult on the offense. Harbaugh gave his thoughts on the offensive line and strong start by Breshad Perriman.
The Ravens tight end had high praise for wide receiver Breshad Perriman and the receivers after the first week of OTAs.
The Ravens' third-year wideout said he's having fun on the field this year, and his concentration is at an all-time high after putting his injuries and off-the-field tragedies behind him.
The second-year offensive lineman said it doesn't matter where he plays as long as he's a starter, and shared his thoughts on new Offensive Line Coach Joe D'Alessandris.
The free-agent addition says he's having a great time being in Baltimore and building chemistry with not only his defensive teammates, and fellow safety Eric Weddle, but the entire team.
Top cornerback Jimmy Smith talks about how this year's strength program has helped him, gives his take on first-round pick Marlon Humphrey and more.
In a 100-yard interview, CB Jimmy Smith said the Ravens want to be the league's No. 1 unit. Yesterday, Tony Jefferson said the defense could be 'legendary.'
Breshad Perriman ran through a tug of the jersey from cornerback Tavon Young to make an over-the-shoulder catch during the Ravens' second OTA practice.
Joe Flacco is looking sharp early in OTAs, as he connected with his big tight end for a score in 7-on-7 drills.
Some NFL players act too cool to watch the popular dating show. But not host Dennis Pitta, Joe Flacco, Justin Tucker, Nick Boyle and Morgan Cox.
Mike Wallace and Breshad Perriman each hauled in long touchdown passes during Monday's first OTAs practice. Wallace told worried fans, 'We're out here to do some big things.'