The Ravens' Orlando Brown, who made the Pro Bowl after moving from right tackle to left tackle after the injury to Ronnie Stanley last season, wants to stay on the left side and is exploring trade possibilities, a source told ESPN.
Matthew Judon, Yannick Ngakoue and other outside linebackers might tap the Ravens' cap room and hamper their pass rush.
Giving credit to his wife, Ingrid, for the idea, Ravens coach John Harbaugh paid the bill for all restaurant customers in a Baltimore seafood eatery Tuesday night during a fundraiser.
Eager and willing to play two more years, Dez Bryant, who had just six catches in six games with the Ravens last year, won't be returning to Baltimore, the outspoken wide receiver said Tuesday night on social media.
Jim Harbaugh hired Baltimore Ravens running back coach Matt Weiss to lead Michigan's quarterbacks.
Cornerback Pierre Desir has donated 10,000 meals to a Houston food bank.
Baltimore projects to have as much as $20 million in cap space, and a chunk of that can go a long way in upgrading the cast around Lamar Jackson.
Ravens cornerback Jimmy Smith told the team that he and his family were safe after being robbed at gunpoint Tuesday after being followed from Los Angeles International airport.
Despite Brown's public plea to play left tackle, the Ravens have all the leverage -- and Ronnie Stanley -- in this situation.
Better protecting the guy who has taken more hits than any NFL quarterback might help the Ravens' 32nd-ranked pass offense.
Former Vols assistant coach Tee Martin has accepted a job as the Baltimore Ravens' receivers coach, Martin told ESPN.
They're big and small. They've been lost while surfing in Hawaii and dancing at Studio 54. They've been found in taxis and hotel nightstands. Each ring, and its wearer, has a unique story to tell.
Brady scrawled on his wristband anytime he would play Reed: "Find No. 20 on every play."
Calais Campbell and Ravens gave the tickets to four health care workers who have ties to Baltimore.
Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer
Ravens tight end Nick Boyle on his two-year extension: “I am extremely thankful to continue being a part of the Ravens. My family has made this place our home the past five years, and we couldn't be happier to continue doing so. I truly love this organization and all it has done for me. I am working my hardest every day to get back on the field with my teammates.”
Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer
Ravens GM Eric DeCosta on tight end Nick Boyle's two-year extension: “Nick is a Raven, exactly the type of player deserving of this third contract. Ask his teammates, ask his coaches – he's a backbone for this team. We are very happy for Nick and Kristina as we continue to build out our roster.”
The Baltimore Ravens signed tight end Nick Boyle to a two-year extension, which will create approximately $2 million in cap room this offseason.
Trent Dilfer, who remains the only quarterback to change teams after winning the Super Bowl when the Ravens opted not to re-sign him as a free agent in 2001, said he is "still harboring a little bit of bitterness" over the split.
Twenty years since their first Super Bowl win, members of the NFL's best defense ever recall that historic season.
The Texans have hired Ravens assistant David Culley to be their next head coach, sources told ESPN, confirming a report by the Houston Chronicle.
Ravens GM Eric DeCosta plans to speak with Lamar Jackson about his contract within the next 10 days and said Monday that the quarterback "deserves" an extension.
Where's the love for Wink? Other coordinators have gotten interviews and even head coaching jobs.
The Ravens are not re-signing Morgan Cox, ending the veteran long-snapper's 11-year run in Baltimore.