The ESPN draft guru says the Ravens may find better value at safety than cornerback at No. 16 in the first round of this year’s draft. Peppers was a Heisman finalist who was coached by Jim Harbaugh at Michigan and can play multiple positions.
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The Steelers running back made a video in which he went undercover to show off his chess skills, and says he made it to the Ohio state championship. Urschel is aspiring to be a grandmaster one day, and faced the best player in the country last May.
The Baltimore Ravens hired Joe D'Alessandris as the team's offensive line coach, it was announced Thursday by head coach John Harbaugh.
Last with the San Diego Chargers, D'Alessandris has previously coached with the Buffalo Bills and Kansas City Chiefs. The longtime offensive line coach (38 years) hails from Steelers country and was a guard at Western Carolina University.
Only three defenses in the NFL have finished in the top 10 in overall yards allowed in each of the last three seasons.
Will Ed Reed replace Leslie Frazier as the secondary coach? Ravens' carryover spending is well below the league average ... and that's not a bad thing. Reasons to keep and release Elvis Dumervil. Two Ravens ranked in top-five under-the-radar free agents.
As Baltimore turns the page on the 2016 season, the preparations for the 2017 campaign are underway. Here are the league-wide dates to put on your Ravens calendar.
The Ravens quarterback said he doesn’t think his ACL injury had an effect on him this year, but Owner Steve Bisciotti believes it did, and everybody agrees that less offseason rehab and more training should help Flacco rebound in 2017.
The seven-year veteran is headed to the Pro Bowl for the second time in as many seasons.
Reviewing the Ravens’ 2016 draft class. Steve Smith Sr.’s awesome response to potentially becoming a Panthers WRs coach. One safety drops out, but Eric Weddle still isn’t going to the Pro Bowl … yet.
The overall stadium experience for Ravens games was recognized at No. 14 in all of North American sports.
The veteran receiver had a strong first season in Baltimore, and he’s looking to build off that in 2017.
The Ravens owner clearly stating his desire for more offensive balance, followed by a coaching shakeup, will help. But the Ravens still need to bulk up their offensive line, add a breakaway threat in the backfield and get buy-in from their play caller.
Ronnie Stanley wins ESPN's AFC North Rookie of the Year honors; Dennis Pitta wins Comeback Player of the Year. Justin Tucker Named to PFWA's All-NFL team. Kristen Berset battles breast cancer for the second time. Happy birthday, Joe Flacco.
Ozzie Newsome emphasized the importance of having two quality quarterbacks, and Ryan Mallett's contract is up.
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The Ravens quarterback wants to work out on his own with his receivers this offseason, improve his footwork and make sure his body is in good condition after turning 32 this month.
The Ravens linebacker said he couldn't feel his arm after tackling Colin Kaepernick. Not being able to physically give his all, led him to 'touching' Jacoby Jones before his record-setting kickoff return.
Plus, why Baltimore wants to add another running back, and the reason behind the defense dropping off at the end of the season.
The former team president was remembered by friends and family at a funeral at the Baltimore Basilica Tuesday morning, followed by an open reception at M&T Bank Stadium.
The Ravens owner made it clear that he still loves running the team, and joked that he'd have nothing else to do if he sold the team because he's not a good enough golfer to go pro.
Four years later, the Ravens owner still thinks about the Anquan Boldin trade, but making tough decisions like that is what makes him enjoy the offseason so much.
The new senior offensive assistant will help implement the smash mouth, ground-and-pound style that Baltimore is known for. He will also be a great asset to Offensive Coordinator Marty Mornhinweg.
Plus, which is the bigger need: pass rusher or corner? And a rundown of our Pro Bowl and Senior Bowl coverage.
If you had any doubt about Terrell Suggs, 34, coming back and playing for the Ravens next season, General Manager Ozzie Newsome put that to rest.
While Steve Bisciotti isn't happy with missing the playoffs in three of the last four years, he stressed that firing people is a bad business model and believes in Ozzie Newsome and John Harbaugh. Also, it was clear that Bisciotti expects more from Joe Flacco next season and believes he will be better with improved health and offensive pieces.
Owner Steve Bisciotti, General Manger Ozzie Newsome, Head Coach John Harbaugh and President Dick Cass talked about the future of the Ravens after an 8-8 finish in 2016.
There are definitely areas the Ravens need to improve, but with the parity in today's NFL, the Ravens aren't far off from making noise in the playoffs.
If further proof is needed that a game, and a season, can come down to just a few inches, look no further than the Ravens 2016 season.
The Under Armour Performance Center is under undergoing a $40 million renovation project that will last more than two years.
The Ravens head coach said he will give direction to his coordinators before a series, but won't call specific plays. He says that only breaks the rhythm of the play caller.