Some have wondered how much will change with Eric DeCosta taking over for Ozzie Newsome next year. It remains to be seen, but a new decision maker will inevitably bring new ideas.
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Ravens did a good job knowing when to hold 'em and fold 'em in last year's free agency. Ignore strength of schedule rankings. Marlon Humphrey still wants to sing the National Anthem.
Dan Granofsky, the shirtless guy who leads the R-A-V-E-N-S chant, got an all-expenses paid trip to Super Bowl LII and had the time of his life.
Looking back at last year's free-agent signings, such as Brandon Carr and Danny Woodhead, demonstrates that injury history can be a predictor for availability in the future.
The Pittsburgh Steelers have a Le'Veon Bell issue. The Bengals have to figure out what to do with their offensive line. The Browns are still looking for their quarterback.
The Ravens running back has a personal connection to the area, and three Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students attended the same Irish dance studio as Collins.
Can the Ravens save any money with Joe Flacco's contract? Gil Brandt: Baltimore is a potential fit for Jarvis Landry and Ezekiel Ansah. Chuck Clark and Bam Bradley could have significant roles in 2018. John Harbaugh's message to the victims and families of the Florida school shooting.
Two Ravens veterans, one black and one white, went to Boys’ Latin School to speak to about 300 students about their experiences and conversations surrounding race and derogatory language.
Brandon Marshall, Randall Cobb, Jordy Nelson, Torrey Smith, Emmanuel Sanders and Dez Bryant are some of the receivers at risk of getting cut. Questions about how things will look when Eric DeCosta takes over. Torrey Smith: 'I feel like it's part of my purpose to be [in Baltimore].'
Download and print these out Raven-inzed Valentine's Day Cards for that special fan in your life.
How would a Brandon Williams restructure affect the cap? The Ravens are ranked as the fifth-most stable NFL franchise. Finding a pass-catching tight end will be just as hard as overhauling the WR group. First-round receivers are not always a good idea.
The first is to draft a mid- to late-round backup for Joe Flacco, which could happen as early as April. The second is to draft a first-rounder to groom as Flacco's eventual replacement, but that won't happen this year.
Baltimore will face off against the Chicago Bears on Aug. 2 in Canton, featuring a matchup between the former teams of Hall of Fame linebackers Ray Lewis and Brian Urlacher.
In his final year as GM, can Ozzie Newsome go out with a bang with a successful wide receiver pick? Examining the options with veteran cornerback Brandon Carr. How the Ravens can retain their top free agents, while creating money for new ones.
The NFL Scouting Combine is just more than two weeks away and there are more than 300 players headed to Indianapolis. Here are some of the more interesting storylines.
Baltimore Ravens : Videos
Penn State's Saquon Barkley may be the best player in the draft. But who are there best playmaking runners behind him?
Ray Lewis, Brian Urlacher, Randy Moss and Brian Dawkins reflect on what it means to be a Pro Football Hall of Famer.
The Ravens are midway through their upgrades at the team's training center. See the beautiful business side, featuring a huge new auditorium, for yourself.
The veteran tight end uses his platform to spread a message of love, empathy and understanding. It's a message that shouldn't be silenced.
Wide receiver Christian Kirk can step in as a mismatch in the slot and dynamic returner. There's also an offensive lineman and running back.
Offensive playmakers tend to fly off the board. If the Ravens don't have a great option at No. 16, it could be tough to pass up on a stud defender such as Georgia's Roquan Smith or Florida State's Derwin James.
Two Ravens veterans talked to the students at Boys' Latin Wednesday about race, language and having empathy for one another.
NFL Network analyst Daniel Jeremiah puts Alabama’s Calvin Ridley at No. 1, but has a highly-ranked local prospect and some surprises in his top 5.
The Ravens are pressed tight against the salary cap every year, but don?t forget last year when they added Tony Jefferson, Danny Woodhead, Brandon Carr and Jeremy Maclin.
What do the Ravens need more, a slot WR/TE or deep threat? Could the Ravens lean on Quincy Adeboyejo and Tim White instead of drafting a WR?
The Ravens will play the Chicago Bears in a fifth preseason game to kick off the 2018 season in Canton. It makes the trip for fans more fun, but also brings concerns.
Watch former Baltimore Ravens offensive tackle Jonathan Ogden deliver his acceptance speech from the 2013 Pro Football Hall of Fame enshrinement ceremony.
The Twitter messages Weddle and Jefferson sent to Dolphins wide receiver Jarvis Landry over the weekend were reminiscent of last year's free agency banter.
In case you missed it, this commercial aired during the Opening Ceremonies of the Winter Olympics. Congrats, Ray!
Bill Saul, who passed away in 2006, was the first player ever wired by NFL Films 50 years ago. The former Steelers and Baltimore Colts linebacker went on to be the longtime bartender at The Emerald Tavern.