Baltimore sent three draft choices to Arizona in March 2010 and received a tremendous reward (and another Lombardi Trophy) in return.
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If the Ravens can't get Dennis Pitta to take less money, they'll need to make the tight end a post-June 1 cut for the most team-friendly financials.
Joe Flacco's $24.55 million cap hit could be the league's biggest next year, but Ravens coach John Harbaugh doesn't think it will rattle the QB.
Savage: Franchise tag predictions
This afternoon on NFL Insiders, ESPN Front Office Insider Phil Savage named three players who are long shots to get a franchise tag before the March 1 deadline -- all of them from the AFC North.
The Ravens, who haven't released more than four players for cap purposes since 2002, can create an additional $20.3M in space with a half-dozen moves.
Given his injury history, Victor Cruz doesn't seem like the solution to the Ravens' needs at receiver.
A defense that had only one player record as many as eight sacks last season could use a pass-rusher like Jabaal Sheard.
Despite having one of the best seasons of any kicker in NFL history, Justin Tucker says he is focused on winning titles and not individual accolades.
Cleveland has plenty of cap space to sign a QB, while Pittsburgh should be able to retain Le'Veon Bell. Here are five offseason moves that would immediately improve every AFC North team.
The Ravens' donation will help public-school students ride for free on the Maryland Transit Authority buses until 8 p.m. the rest of the school year.
Sidney Jones has traits that the Ravens love out of their prospects: strong character, aggressive and durable.
The Ravens announced that offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg will continue as quarterbacks coach, in addition to making four promotions.
Teams can begin designating franchise players on Wednesday, but the Ravens don't have any likely candidates.
Other than the league-high five different offensive coordinators they've gone through since 2012, little has changed for the Ravens since winning Super Bowl XLVII.
On the cusp of becoming one of the league's top unrestricted free agents, nose tackle Brandon Williams says his family's future is on his mind.
The Ravens are one of only two teams with two players (Marshal Yanda and Eric Weddle) in the top 10 of the Pro Football Focus rankings for 2016.
Elvis Dumervil just turned 33 and missed eight games in 2016 because of Achilles surgery. The Ravens could save $6 million by releasing him and letting him prove he has more left in the tank with another team.
Breshad Perriman proved he can run deep downfield and zip past defenders after catching short passes. The rest of his game remains uncertain.
An injury delayed the beginning of Kenneth Dixon's rookie season. But what he displayed was enough to indicate his versatility can help the Ravens more next season.
The Ravens question of the week focuses on forecasting the tight end position, which is more wide open than any other on the team.
Joe Flacco has won a Super Bowl and is a solid, competent and consistent quarterback for the Ravens. The task is getting talent around him.
Todd McShay has the Ravens going defense with the No. 16 overall pick.
The Ravens haven't taken a cornerback in the first three rounds of the NFL Draft since 2011. They could land an immediate starter at the position if they take one in the first round this year.
After seeing the linebacker make two Pro Bowls in his first three seasons, the Ravens look set to exercise their fifth-year option on C.J. Mosley.
|1(6)||Ronnie Stanley||OT||Notre Dame|
|2(11)||Kamalei Correa||OLB||Boise State|
|4(36)||Kenneth Dixon||RB||Louisiana Tech|
|5(7)||Matt Judon||DE||Grand Valley State|