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.
Is Former Ravens Defensive Tackle Haloti Ngata A Hall Of Famer?
Is Haloti Ngata a Pro Football Hall of Famer? Bo Smolka weighs the case for the former Ravens defensive tackle with insights from Hall of Fame voter Scott Garceau and former Ravens linebacker Jameel McClain.
Ravens Sign Pass Rusher Pernell McPhee
The Ravens signed veteran pass rusher Pernell McPhee, who played in Baltimore from 2011-2014 and totaled 17 sacks. He then played three years with the Chicago Bears and last year with the Washington Redskins.
Five Key Questions Facing The Ravens Entering OTAs
Bo Smolka highlights five key questions as the Ravens prepare for OTA sessions and June minicamp, including whether Lamar Jackson shows improvement as a passer and which receivers stand out.
Boomer Sooner: Ravens Taking On Distinct Oklahoma Flavor
Four Oklahoma Sooners -- all offensive players -- have been taken by the Ravens in the past two drafts, including Marquise Brown and Ben Powers in 2019. What will that mean as the Ravens build their offense around Lamar Jackson?
Fierce Competition Ahead For Ravens' Final Receiver Roster Spots
Bo Smolka says the battle for the Ravens' final receiver roster spots should be fierce this summer, and the competition will include Jaylen Smith, Lamar Jackson's one-time favorite target at Louisville.
Ravens Sign 17 Undrafted Rookie Free Agents
The Ravens on May 3 announced the signing of 17 undrafted rookie free agents, each of whom now will spend the next four months trying to beat the long odds and make the team's 53-man roster. The crop includes Louisville receiver Jaylen Smith.
Ravens QB Trace McSorley Aims To 'Provide Value' However He Can
Ravens sixth-rounder Trace McSorley comes to Baltimore as the No. 3 quarterback, but he believes he can help out in other ways, too. "[I'm] definitely excited to try and see what else I can do out there and get on the field anywhere I can," McSorley said.
Ravens Post-Draft Two-Deep Depth Chart
With the NFL Draft behind them, the Ravens have a much better idea of what their roster will look like in 2019. Bo Smolka shares his unofficial Ravens two-deep depth chart, and he says inside linebacker is the thinnest area of the roster.
For Ravens, Priority In 2019 NFL Draft Was Adding Speed
From first-round pick Marquise Brown to sixth-round selection Trace McSorley, adding speed was a priority for the Ravens in the 2019 NFL Draft. "It's a challenge for a team to face speed," Ravens GM Eric DeCosta said after the draft.
Ravens Address Key Needs In Third Round With Jaylon Ferguson, Miles Boykin
The Ravens entered the 2019 NFL Draft with glaring needs at edge rusher and wide receiver, and the team addressed each during the second day of the draft with Louisiana Tech edge rusher Jaylon Ferguson and Notre Dame receiver Miles Boykin.