Baltimore Ravens: Who will protect Joe Flacco?

In order to win, the Baltimore Ravens need Joe Flacco on the field. With Flacco returning from a ACL last season, a solid offensive line is crucial to the Ravens’ success.  After missing half of the games over a span of two seasons and poor performances the others, the Ravens let offensive tackle Eugene Monroe go. The Ravens shopped him around for a few weeks before and after...
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13 hours ago  |  Discuss

Ravens Sign Veteran OT Jake Long

According to reports, the Ravens have added Jake Long to the roster. This is easily seen as an insurance plan for Ronnie Stanley: With ample salary cap room and an open roster spot still available to GM Ozzie Newsome, he decided to pull the trigger on a former No. 1 overall pick at a position […] Ravens Sign Veteran OT Jake Long - Ebony Bird - Ebony Bird - A Baltimore Ravens Fan...
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15 hours ago

Jake Long signs a one-year deal with Baltimore Ravens

The Baltimore Ravens agreed to a one-year deal with four-time Pro Bowl tackle Jake Long on Tuesday, pending a physical. Ravens and former No. 1 overall pick Jake Long reached agreement on a 1-year deal, per sources. Long flying to Baltimore tonight to sign. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) July 26, 2016 The move adds a veteran presence to the Ravens offensive line following the...
Via EndZoneScore
16 hours ago

Ravens bring in offensive tackle Jake Long, a former first overall pick

If officially signed, Long would provide depth at a spot where the Ravens need it
Via Ravens Insider
17 hours ago

Veteran OT Jake Announces He's Joining Ravens

The former No. 1-overall pick is flying to Baltimore tonight to sign, reports ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Long would provide more competition at the tackle spot.
Via BaltimoreRavens.com
18 hours ago

Reports: Ravens Reach Agreement With Veteran OT Jake Long

The former No. 1-overall pick is flying to Baltimore tonight to sign, reports ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Long would provide more competition at the tackle spot.
Via BaltimoreRavens.com
18 hours ago

Ravens competition at wide receiver is a concern combined with opportunity…

There is no greater position of question or need for the Ravens right now than wide receiver.  The real problem has been the injury status of the group. None of the current questions surrounding the position would be asked if only Steve Smith Sr., Michael Campanaro and Breshad Perriman were locks to get on the field and stay on the field for 16 games. Garrett Downing of BaltimoreRavens...
Via Ravens Football Machine
18 hours ago

Ravens' news, notes and opinions

Not a lot has been said or written about it, but fixing running game remains key for 2016 Ravens
Via Ravens Insider
20 hours ago

Training Camp: 5 Ravens Desperate To Prove Themselves

Training Camp is the time to prove yourself. Some players have more proving to do than others: The Baltimore Ravens are really beginning their season. The offseason, as grueling as it was, is over. The Ravens have made it to the hottest days of the summer, which means training camp is here. For the starters, […] Training Camp: 5 Ravens Desperate To Prove Themselves - Ebony Bird...
Via Ebony Bird
21 hours ago

Eisenberg: The One Real Mystery Of The Ravens

There are plenty of unanswered questions as the Ravens enter training camp, but only one cannot be answered.
Via BaltimoreRavens.com
21 hours ago

“The Wolf Pack” Critically Important To The Ravens

In “The Wolf Pack” The Ravens Trust Justin Tucker, Sam Koch and Morgan Cox are three players that are critically important to the Ravens. The special teams trio known as “The Wolf Pack,” thanks to the creativity of Tucker, is an underrated part of the Ravens team. Cox is the long snapper for the purple […] “The Wolf Pack” Critically Important To The Ravens - Ebony Bird...
Via Ebony Bird
1 day ago

Ravens training camp battles 2016: tight ends

Few teams have the depth at tight end that the Ravens have. Between Benjamin Watson, Crockett Gillmore, Dennis Pitta and Maxx Williams, the Ravens enter training camp with four different tight ends that could start on any team in the NFL. Nick Boyle falls under that category as well, but due to his suspension, he won’t be discussed in this article. In my 53 man roster predictions...
Via Baltimore Beatdown
1 day ago

Ravens training camp breakdown: wide receivers

The Ravens' wide receiver depth chart is littered with questions
Via Ravens Insider
1 day ago

Baltimore Ravens training camp battles: Defensive Line

After an excruciatingly long offseason, training camp finally begins later this week. The defensive line is a position group that is fully capable of making the Ravens defense fearsome again. The young group of down lineman on the Ravens training camp roster have exciting untapped potential and proven interior pass rushing ability. Traditionally, the Ravens have carried between...
Via Baltimore Beatdown
1 day ago

Suggs, Steve Smith among 6 Ravens on PUP list

OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) Baltimore Ravens standouts Terrell Suggs, Steve Smith and Elvis Dumervil are among six players who will start training camp on the physically unable to perform list. Suggs, a six-time Pro Bowl linebacker, and Smith, a 37-year-old receiver, both tore Achilles tendons last season. Dumervil, who had six sacks in 2015, is recovering from an offseason foot surgery...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Will Ray Rice Earn Another Chance in the NFL?

Former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice has been out of football since 2014, but this has not ended his pursuits of an NFL return. Rice played six seasons for the Ravens and totaled 6,180 rushing yards and 37 TDs. Rice is now at the age of 29, but he believes he still has enough left in the tank to play and is out to prove to the league he is past his domestic violence issue...
Via The Sports Journal
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Eugene Monroe announces retirement at 29 years of age

A month ago offensive lineman Eugene Monroe announced he was not returning to the Baltimore Ravens for the 2016 season. It turns out he will not be returning to any NFL team in 2016 after announcing his retirement Thursday morning. In an essay written for and published by The Players’ Tribune, Monroe cites a focus over his health with concerns of CTE. Today, I am making my exit...
Via The Comeback
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Ray Rice will donate salary to domestic violence programs if NFL team signs him

Running back Ray Rice has not played football after video emerged of him punching out his then-fiancee in an Atlantic City casino elevator and he was cut by the Baltimore Ravens in September 2014. The domestic violence charges have been dismissed and the NFL has since cleared Rice to play, but no team has signed the three-time Pro Bowler. After two years away from the field, the...
Via FOX Sports
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Baltimore Ravens Capsule

BALTIMORE RAVENS (5-11) OPEN CAMP: July 27, Owings Mills, Maryland LAST YEAR: Ravens stumbled to first losing season since coach John Harbaugh took over in 2008. Injuries began on first day of training camp, when top draft pick WR Breshad Perriman tore ligament in knee that sidelined him entire season. Injuries to LB Terrell Suggs, WR Steve Smith, RB Justin Forsett and QB Joe...
Via Associated Press
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Monroe retires at 29, says he is ‘terrified’ of brain injuries

Former Baltimore Ravens offensive tackle Eugene Monroe announced on Thursday that he is retiring from the NFL after just seven seasons. In a piece he wrote for The Players’ Tribune, the 29-year-old Monroe spoke about how football has consumed his life but he now must put his family first. More specifically, he said he is “terrified” of the damage he might have already caused...
Via Larry Brown Sports
5 days ago  |  Discuss

TGS 2016 Preview: Baltimore Ravens

Between now and the end of August, TGS will offer up a quick snapshot of every NFL team heading into the 2016 regular season. Today, the Baltimore Ravens. 2015 in a nutshell: They were decimated by injuries, finishing with a losing record (5-11) for the first time in nearly a decade. Why 2016 could be different: According to Football Outsiders, no AFC team was hit harder by injuries...
Via This Given Sunday
5 days ago  |  Discuss

NFL commish Goodell not a fan of player cameos on HBO show "Ballers"

HBO’s Ballers has quite a few NFL players who make cameos on the show, owing to the show’s popularity as well as the clout of the main producer, Mark Wahlberg. On Mike & Mike today, Wahlberg said that Roger Goodell has tried to stop NFL players from making their infrequent cameos on the show despite all of the good press for it. Here are some of his remarks: “The first...
Via The Comeback
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Ray Rice acknowledges his NFL playing days are likely over

Ray Rice has not appeared in an NFL game since he was with the Baltimore Ravens in 2013, but he has remained optimistic that another team could give him a shot. That is, until now. In an interview with James Kratch of NJ Advance Media on Thursday, Rice said he has continued to train and stay in shape. However, he clearly isn’t waiting by the phone for an NFL team to call. ...
Via Larry Brown Sports
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Justin Tucker gives Ravens ultimatum in contract talks

If the Baltimore Ravens are unable to reach an agreement on a long-term contract extension with Justin Tucker, the kicker says he will not re-sign with the team the next time his deal expires. Tucker’s agent, Rob Roche, said Thursday that the 26-year-old is frustrated over the thought of having to play under the franchise tag this season. “Justin’s disillusioned with the...
Via Larry Brown Sports
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Ben Watson talks systemic racism and ‘Black Lives Matter’

In the wake of last week’s tragedies in Minnesota, Louisiana and Texas, the collective consciousness of the United States has been taken to a whole new level. While some will want to drive a wedge between certain factions of American society after these recent tragedies, the focus of those with an understanding of the issue at hand is to unite, rather than divide. We can add Baltimore...
Via Sportsnaut
15 days ago  |  Discuss

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