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Where The Ravens Stand After Free-Agency Frenzy

Now that the initial NFL free-agency frenzy has passed, Bo Smolka examines the Ravens' roster by position to see where the team stands and the level of need moving forward.

2019 Ravens Draft Watch: Jazz Ferguson

Could the Ravens target Northwestern State wide receiver Jazz Ferguson in the 2019 NFL Draft? Ken Zalis breaks down Ferguson's strengths and areas for improvement.

Earl Thomas Aims To Advance Ravens' Defensive Legacy

"You look at Ed Reed, guys like Ray Lewis, I feel like that's my style of play," new Ravens safety Earl Thomas said March 15. "I have that type of swagger. It's a historic franchise."

Jerry Rosburg: 'Ravens Special Teams Are In Very Good Hands'

Ravens special teams coordinator Jerry Rosburg announced his retirement after a 40-year coaching career, and he'll be replaced by special teams assistant Chris Horton. Rosburg stressed that "Ravens special teams are in very good hands."

2019 NFL Mock Draft 3.0

Ken Zalis shares his latest 2019 NFL mock draft, and he continues to project the Baltimore Ravens taking N.C. State center Garrett Bradbury at No. 22.

Brock Huard: Safety Earl Thomas Brings Special Competitive Drive To Ravens

Ravens safety Earl Thomas is a "hyperactive, hyper-competitive, hyper-feisty guy that loves to ball out," according to former NFL quarterback Brock Huard, who covered the six-time Pro Bowler as an analyst for the Seahawks.

Ravens Aim To Grow Offense Under Greg Roman

The Ravens are aiming to build their offense around quarterback Lamar Jackson under the direction of new offensive coordinator Greg Roman, who has a history of getting the most out of dual-threat quarterbacks.

Ravens Freezing Ticket Prices For Second Straight Season

The Ravens are freezing ticket prices for the second straight season after raising them in 2017, the Baltimore Business Journal writes.

Glenn Clark: Defining Terrell Suggs' Legacy As Complicated Is Simplistic … But True

Glenn Clark says that while Baltimore sports fans can forever be appreciative of what linebacker Terrell Suggs meant to the Ravens for 16 years, the conversation about Suggs' legacy can't end with what he did on the field.

Ravens QB Lamar Jackson Issues Apology For Instagram Video

Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson issued an online apology March 13 after posting a video to his Instagram account that appeared to show Jackson driving 105 mph.

Ravens To Sign S Earl Thomas, RB Mark Ingram

After watching their top-ranked defense gutted, the Ravens made their first additions of free agency when they agreed to terms with former Seahawks safety Earl Thomas and former Saints running back Mark Ingram.

Round-By-Round Wide Receivers Options For Ravens In 2019 NFL Draft

Ken Zalis takes a look at four wide receivers the Ravens could select in each round of the 2019 NFL Draft, starting with Mississippi's D.K. Metcalf.

Ravens LB Matthew Judon: Terrell Suggs Was A Teacher, Coach And Leader

"He was a teacher for us. He was a coach, he was a leader for us," Ravens linebacker Matthew Judon said of Terrell Suggs. "He was the guy for us. That's not to discredit any other guys in the locker room, but as he went we went, and as he had fun we had fun."

After Free Agent Exodus, Ravens Staring At Defensive Overhaul

While some change was inevitable -- in fact, the Ravens released Eric Weddle -- the departure of Terrell Suggs and C.J. Mosley has significantly changed the offseason narrative and left the Ravens facing a massive rebuild of their defense.

NFL Network's Charles Davis On Issues Facing Ravens At Safety, Linebacker, Receiver

NFL Network analyst Charles Davis looks at some of the options the Ravens could look to in the 2019 NFL Draft to replace safety Eric Weddle and linebacker C.J. Mosley.

Five Ravens Free Agency Storylines To Watch

As NFL free agency unofficially begins with contact between players and teams, Bo Smolka outlines five Ravens storylines to watch, including whether Terrell Suggs will sign elsewhere and if the can Ravens retain C.J. Mosley.

Glenn Clark: Free Agency Will Reveal What Ravens Believe Their Window Is

Glenn Clark says if the Ravens are going to win a Super Bowl this season, they need higher-end talent on their roster, but could Baltimore be looking at 2020-2022 as a more realistic title window than 2019?

What's Next For The Ravens' Lamar Jackson-Led Offense?

What's next for the Ravens' Lamar Jackson-led offense? Bo Smolka revisits the Ravens' shift in offensive approach, details the issues that arose and looks ahead to what's to come in 2019.

Joel Corry On Decisions Facing Ravens In Free Agency

CBS Sports contributor and former NFL agent Joel Corry weighed in on the decisions that loom for the Ravens entering free agency, including the status of linebackers C.J. Mosley and Terrell Suggs.

Ravens TE Nick Boyle: 'I Didn't Want To Go To Another Team'

Ravens tight end Nick Boyle signed a three-year deal with the team to forgo free agency and will continue to be a key part of Baltimore's run-first offense. "I didn't want to go to another team," Boyle said.