Joe Flacco eased back into the pocket, surveyed the field and lofted a pass that zipped 50 yards through the air into the waiting arms of rookie receiver Chris Moore. Flacco practiced with his Baltimore Ravens teammates Thursday for the first time since he tore his ACL and MCL last November. Not every
Justin Forsett wants to be the Baltimore Ravens lead running back, and not part of a committee. The veteran joked that he doesn't even know what a running back by committee is.
The Baltimore Ravens had a convenient excuse for their disappointing 5-11 record in 2015. Baltimore placed 20 players on injured reserve while stumbling through its worst season in eight years under John Harbaugh. Flacco and Forsett are expected to be in uniform next week for the first full-squad training
Former franchise left tackle Eugene Monroe is retiring from football at age 29, he announced Thursday at The Players' Tribune (ESPN's Josina Anderson had the news first) and cited health reasons as the biggest concern. Eugene Monroe is walking away from the NFL at age 29. The Baltimore Ravens released
Offensive tackle Eugene Monroe wasn't going to be short on suitors this offseason after a surprise release from the Baltimore Ravens, but he has opted to retire instead.
In a blog post published Tuesday, Ravens running back Justin Forsett called on Americans to "rise up together" and unite during "a dark time for our country."
Will Joe Flacco recapture pre-injury form in his return from ACL surgery? Wide receiver Kamar Aiken says the Ravens' QB looks "100 percent" entering training camp.
Joe Flacco continues to maintain his "Average Joe" rep despite his riches, as the Ravens' QB surprised a bunch of kids and played with them on Monday.
The amount of work Joe Flacco, who will be at the opening of Ravens training camp, puts in every day will be primarily dictated by how he feels.
The Baltimore Ravens have been busy with their checkbook this offseason, as the $132.5 million they've spent is good for fourth in the NFL.
Where did Justin Tucker celebrate after agreeing to a deal for the most guaranteed money ever for an NFL kicker? Potbelly, of course.
Just a day after Justin Tucker's agent said dissatisfaction with contract talks would drive the kicker away from Baltimore long term, Tucker and the Ravens have agreed on a four-year deal.
Looks like Justin Tucker doesn't have to worry about playing for a different team come next year. There are multiple reports that the kicker and Baltimore Ravens have come to terms on a four-year contract extension, just before Friday's deadline for teams to sign franchise players to new contracts.
The Baltimore Ravens signed kicker Justin Tucker to a four-year, $16.8 million extension on Friday, the Ravens announced . Adam Schefter of ESPN first reported the terms of the contract...
While sentiment is growing that the Denver Broncos and reigning Super Bowl MVP Von Miller will finalize a deal in time (after a few months of acrimony), another player has grown increasingly frustrated. Rob Roche, the agent for Baltimore Ravens kicker Justin Tucker, told ESPN's Adam Schefter on Thursday
Baltimore Ravens kicker Justin Tucker is vowing not to re-sign with Baltimore after this season if the two sides do not have a long-term deal in place by Friday's 4 p.m. ET deadline.
Negotiations between Justin Tucker and the Ravens have turned ugly. Will Baltimore's kicker be looking for a new team after the 2016 season?
Baltimore kicker Justin Tucker is confident he'll get a long-term extension with the Ravens -- the question is whether it will be this week or beyond.
For Baltimore Ravens center Jeremy Zuttah it was important to have his wedding go exactly as he imagined — and that included his dog, Ace, serving as best man. Zuttah and now wife Heran Haile met Ace when they were both students at Rutgers.
The Baltimore Ravens are coming off one of the most injury-riddled seasons an NFL team has suffered in recent memory...
On Thursday, undrafted rookie offensive lineman Dominique Robertson was shot and detained by police in California, though it was unclear what happened. Then early on Saturday, a far more humorous situation: veteran receiver Louis Murphy woke up to find he'd been locked inside a Palm Beach, Fla. museum. Murphy was at the Flagler Museum attending the wedding of former University of Florida teamma...
Former Baltimore Ravens linebacker O.J. Brigance will take his personal fight against ALS to the baseball diamond on the 77th anniversary of Lou Gehrig's farewell speech at Yankee Stadium. Brigance has amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, also known as Lou Gehrig's disease. Soon after Brigance was diagnosed in 2007, he and his wife, Chanda, launched a campaign to help other people with ALS.
Baltimore Ravens tight end Darren Waller was suspended by the NFL on Friday for the first four games of the upcoming season for violating the league's substance-abuse policy. Waller will miss games without pay at home against Buffalo on September 11, at Cleveland on September 18, at Jacksonville on September 25 and at home against Oakland on October 2. Waller played in six games last season and...
OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) -- Baltimore Ravens tight end Darren Waller has been given a four-game suspension for violating the NFL Policy and Program for Substances of Abuse.
Baltimore Ravens tight end Darren Waller will miss the first four games of the 2016 season after the NFL suspended him. Per the Ravens' official website , the league suspended Waller for violating the substance abuse policy...
Cory Redding is calling it quits. The veteran defensive lineman announced his intentions to retire Wednesday. In his 14-year career, Redding had stints with Lions, Seahawks, Ravens, Colts and Cardinals.
Elvis Dumervil, whose mother lived in Haiti for 21 years, is building houses for victims of an earthquake that struck the country six years ago.
Ravens coach John Harbaugh says Baltimore's offense is in "much better shape" this offseason under second-year play-caller Marc Trestman. We take a look at what's changed.
The Baltimore Ravens are counting on free-agent pickup Mike Wallace to bring a downfield element to their passing game -- and the veteran wideout doesn't plan to disappoint.
The track record of the Ravens play-caller and Baltimore's depth chart suggest the door is wide open for rookie Kenneth Dixon to take off in 2016.
Word got around Twitter that Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco had died. Flacco's tweet proved he was alive — and quite funny.
Ravens linebacker Elvis Dumervil feels that he and teammate Terrell Suggs will regain their form to become the league's top sack tandem, once both are healthy.
Joe Flacco blew his ACL while getting hit. As he rehabs, the Baltimore Ravens quarterback admitted that the mental hurdle of getting hit again might be the toughest part of his recovery.
Baltimore Ravens rookie offensive tackle Ronnie Stanley is making a positive impact on the community before even playing his first professional game, as he adopted a rescue dog in heartwarming fashion Wednesday...
Last year, injuries on offense absolutely shredded the Baltimore Ravens . No one was spared, including wide receiver Steve Smith , who saw what was to be his farewell tour ended prematurely by a torn Achilles...
Trent Richardson reportedly needs arthroscopic surgery to repair a pre-existing knee injury. How much does this hamper Richardson's comeback attempt with the Baltimore Ravens.
When training camp begins for the Ravens on July 28, quarterback Joe Flacco expects that he will be taking the snaps despite missing all of the offseason practices after knee surgery.
When Eugene Monroe tweeted his dissatisfaction over the Baltimore Ravens distancing themselves from his cause, of pushing the NFL to let players use marijuana as a painkiller instead of more dangerous drugs, it just happened that the Ravens had already planned to cut the tackle. The team simply figured out, in the middle of June, that Monroe had an injury history. Just ask Ravens coach John Har...
Joe Flacco played the unaccustomed role of spectator at the Baltimore Ravens minicamp this week, watching from afar while Ryan Mallett ran the first-team offense. Flacco played in 122 straight games - the fifth-longest streak for a quarterback in NFL history - before tearing the ACL and MCL in his left knee during the fourth quarter of a win over St. Louis. ''I expect to be on the field for the...
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