Twelve Years In, Ravens CB Brandon Carr Still Grinding During Offseason
While many NFL veterans skip voluntary OTAs, Ravens cornerback Brandon Carr sees the value both for himself and the team. "I have a lot of insight," Carr said. "I think I can just give them all my knowledge, pass it on to the next young stud out there."
Three Up, Three Down After Ravens Spring Workouts
Bo Smolka offers three players trending upward and three players trending downward after the Ravens' spring workouts, and he says tight end Mark Andrews stood out the most among pass catchers this spring.
Ravens Minicamp Notebook: DeShon Elliott Continues Standout Spring
Bo Smolka shares some observations from Ravens minicamp June 12, including the depth of the secondary and the strong play of DeShon Elliott, the second-year safety who missed all of last season with a broken arm suffered in a preseason game.
Ravens Minicamp Notebook: Mark Andrews Sharp, Michael Pierce Pulled
Bo Smolka says there was a notable increase in energy and intensity with nearly the entire squad on the field for the Ravens' first mandatory minicamp workout as compared with the OTA workouts the past few weeks.
Paul Johnson: No Question Ravens Can Win With Run-Heavy Approach
"They just wanted to get my take on how we did some things," former Navy coach Paul Johnson said of his recent visit to Ravens practice. "... I was very impressed with their system and what they have in to try and complement the talents of Lamar [Jackson]."
Former Ravens CB Lardarius Webb On Missing Football, Baltimore
Former Ravens cornerback Lardarius Webb played in Baltimore from 2009-2017, and he has fond memories of the team and the city. "I miss being in Baltimore," Webb said. "I live in Mississippi now, and it's just not the same."
Ravens OTA Notebook: DeShon Elliott Shines, Lamar Jackson Inconsistent
Bo Smolka shares his observations from the Ravens' June 6 OTA workout, during which safety DeShon Elliott made an eye-opening play on a deep ball and quarterback Lamar Jackson showed inconsistent mechanics.
Steve Bisciotti Just Wants Ravens Rookie WRs Marquise Brown, Miles Boykin 'To Be Healthy'
"I can't just tuck everything into a nice bow and say I'm confident," Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti said of rookie wide receivers Marquise Brown and Miles Boykin. "I have no idea what to expect from them. ... I just want them to be healthy."
Ravens TE Hayden Hurst: 'I've Got A Lot To Prove'
Ravens tight end Hayden Hurst was a forgotten man last year after missing the first month of the season with a foot injury. Now entering his second year, a bigger, stronger and healthier Hurst said May 30 that he has "a lot to prove."
Former Ravens HC Brian Billick: Baltimore Is 'A Special Place'
Former Ravens head coach Brian Billick, who will be inducted into the Ravens' Ring of Honor during the 2019 season, loved the Baltimore area from the moment he arrived in 1999, and that feeling still holds true today.
Ravens OTA Notebook: Offense Working To Catch Up With Defense
A long touchdown pass by quarterback Robert Griffin III was one of the few offensive highlights during the Ravens' OTA workout May 30. "The offense is always going to be behind the defense this time of year," head coach John Harbaugh said.
Glenn Clark: Who Else Deserves To Be Inducted Into Ravens' Ring Of Honor?
With the Ravens announcing Brian Billick and Haloti Ngata will be inducted into the team's Ring of Honor, Glenn Clark offers a list of 10 players, coaches and executives who deserve to be inducted into the Ring of Honor as well.
Ravens Owner Steve Bisciotti: Everything Falls To Lamar Jackson
Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti held a conference call with season-ticket holders May 29, succinctly summarizing the vision of his organization. "Everything falls to Lamar [Jackson]," Bisciotti said. "We believe in him. We believe he's going to be great."
Brian Billick To Enter Ravens' Ring Of Honor In 2019
Brian Billick, who led the Ravens to their first Super Bowl title and the best record in franchise history, will be inducted into the team's Ring of Honor this coming fall, team owner Steve Bisciotti announced May 29.
Haloti Ngata Retires As A Raven, Will Join Ring Of Honor In 2020
"This is an amazing organization," Haloti Ngata said as he formally retired as a member of the Baltimore Ravens May 29. "They do everything right by their fans and players. ... I couldn't wait to come back and be able to say I retired a Raven."
Ravens RB Mark Ingram Brings Versatility, Experience As Receiver
Ravens running back Mark Ingram's pass-catching ability, which he showed off during the Ravens' OTA workout May 23, should bring versatility to Baltimore's Lamar Jackson-led offense this season.
Ravens HC John Harbaugh 'Really Happy With The Progress' Of Offense
John Harbaugh said he's pleased with the progress made by the Ravens' offense during the first week of the team's OTAs. "It's a process. We're not exactly clicking on all cylinders yet, but I'm really happy with the progress and where we're going," Harbaugh said.
Former Ravens DT Haloti Ngata: Climbing Kilimanjaro 'Hardest Thing That I've Ever Done'
Former Ravens defensive tackle Haloti Ngata announced his retirement from the NFL at the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro in March, though reaching the top was no easy task. The 13-year pro said climbing Kilimanjaro was "the hardest thing that I've ever done."
Former Raven John Urschel On Giving Up NFL For Math, His 'True Love'
As he works to complete a doctorate in mathematics at MIT, former Ravens offensive lineman John Urschel hopes his new book, "Mind and Matter," encourages young people to pursue multiple interests and not "shut something out based on societal norms."
Ravens Sign WR Michael Floyd, OLB Shane Ray
The Ravens continue to reshape their roster in the wake of last month's draft, as the team announced it has signed wide receiver Michael Floyd and outside linebacker Shane Ray.