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Hammock's Departure Adds Coaching Vacancy For Ravens

Ravens running backs coach Thomas Hammock was named head football coach at Northern Illinois Jan. 18, adding another vacancy to John Harbaugh’s staff, which is undergoing significant change on the offensive side this winter.

Hot Shooting, Late-Game Maturation Spark Terps

After the Maryland men's basketball team defeated Wisconsin Jan. 14, it continued a stretch of significant improvement in three key categories -- free throw shooting, 3-point shooting and turnovers -- that has vaulted the Terps into second place in the Big Ten.

Eric Wood: Greg Roman 'Can Be Very Good' For Young QB

Former NFL offensive lineman Eric Wood, who played in Greg Roman's offense for two years with the Bills, believes Roman will make a positive impact on the development of quarterback Lamar Jackson in his new role as the Ravens' offensive coordinator.

After Towson Career, Monty Fenner Has NFL Dream In Mind

Towson safety Monty Fenner doesn't expect to hear his name called during the NFL Draft, but he hopes to follow the footsteps of former Tigers Tye Smith and Jordan Dangerfield, who are both now on NFL rosters.

Danny Woodhead: Patience Before Judging Lamar Jackson

Former Ravens running back Danny Woodhead says next season will be the true test for quarterback Lamar Jackson. "Once you get into next year is when you can be like, 'All right, he's really good,' or 'Maybe he's not as good as we thought.'"

Memory Of Jordan McNair Motivates Maryland's Ty Johnson

Maryland running back Ty Johnson is beginning his trek to the 2019 NFL Draft at the East-West Shrine Game in St. Petersburg, Fla., Jan. 19, and he's carrying the memory of former Terps teammate Jordan McNair with him through the draft process.

Rudy Gay Opening Basketball-Focused Gym In Baltimore

San Antonio Spurs forward and Baltimore native Rudy Gay will be opening a new gym focused on basketball training in his hometown as part of a partnership with fitness company PickUp USA.

With New Offense, Boyle A Significant Free Agent For Ravens

Tight end Nick Boyle isn't likely to show up on any list of top free agents of 2019, but as a lead blocker for the Ravens' ground game Boyle might be among the team's most significant, especially on offense.

Jim Henneman's New Year's Leftovers

Jim Henneman weighs in on Orioles manager Brandon Hyde, Mike Mussina and the Hall of Fame, plus college football, Kyler Murray and more.

Glenn Clark: Ravens Continue To Solve Wrong Problems

By focusing on how to keep Greg Roman instead of who would be the best offensive coordinator to develop Lamar Jackson long term, Glenn Clark says the Ravens are once again solving the wrong problems.

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