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Kenny Young: Being A Raven 'Still Doesn't Wrap Around My Mind'

New Ravens linebacker Kenny Young listened to Ray Lewis' speeches as a kid, and the former UCLA middle linebacker is excited to make the transition to weak-side inside linebacker with Baltimore.

Baltimore Ravens Cut Prices For Gameday Concessions

The Baltimore Ravens announced May 17 that they are reducing prices on 21 of the most popular concession items at M&T Bank Stadium.

Reports: Former Ravens WR And Navy QB Keenan Reynolds To Sign With Seahawks

Former Ravens wide receiver and record-setting Navy quarterback Keenan Reynolds will reportedly sign with the Seattle Seahawks, giving the former Heisman Trophy finalist a third shot at cracking an NFL roster.

'Masterful' First Round Highlights Ozzie Newsome's Final Draft

In the first round of his final draft as Ravens GM, Ozzie Newsome was at his finest, demonstrating all the traits that have made him among the most widely respected and successful general managers in league history throughout the last quarter century.

Could Ravens Use Lamar Jackson In A Role Other Than QB?

In his ongoing look at the Baltimore Ravens' quarterback situation, Glenn Clark wonders if the Ravens could use Lamar Jackson as more of a "wild card" player while Joe Flacco remains the team's starting quarterback.

Five Questions Facing Ravens Ahead Of OTAs

Bo Smolka highlights five underlying questions as the Ravens prepare for OTA sessions and June minicamp, including whether Breshad Perriman can save his job and if Matt Skura is ready to take over at center.

Reaction To Lamar Jackson's Comments Prove Ravens' QB Transition Will Be Anything But Smooth

If you've been surprised by how much talk arose from new Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson's recent comment that he has yet to talk to incumbent starter Joe Flacco, Glenn Clark says, just wait.

Ravens Sign 15 Undrafted Rookie Free Agents

The Ravens announced they have signed 15 undrafted rookie free agents who will now begin their long quest to make the Ravens' 53-man roster. History suggests that someone will succeed; at least one undrafted rookie has made the Week 1 roster for 14 straight years.

Who Should Be Ravens Starting Quarterback Next Season?

Stan "The Fan" Charles and Glenn Clark weigh in on who they think should be the Baltimore Ravens' primary starting quarterback in 2018: Joe Flacco or Lamar Jackson.

Willie Snead: Ravens Offense Will Do 'Some Special Things This Year'

"I believe in myself," new Ravens receiver Willie Snead said at his introductory news conference May 1. "And I know I can be a game-changer at any moment, and just given those opportunities I can prove that."

Evaluating The Baltimore Ravens' 2018 NFL Draft Picks And Undrafted Free Agents

Ken Zalis evaluates how the Ravens did in the 2018 NFL Draft, and he thinks Baltimore drafted some key players, but his criticism lies in what the Ravens didn't do and who they seemed to avoid.

Glenn Clark: Ravens Should Start Lamar Jackson In 2018

Glenn Clark still can't fathom that the Baltimore Ravens spent a first-round pick on a quarterback, but since they did, Clark says Lamar Jackson should be the team's starting quarterback in 2018.

Ravens 2018 NFL Draft Winners And Losers

While it's too early to judge the Baltimore Ravens' 2018 NFL Draft class, Bo Smolka does have some early winners and losers based on how the Ravens attacked this draft.

Ozzie Newsome Completes Final Draft As Ravens General Manager

Ozzie Newsome completed his last draft as general manager of the Baltimore Ravens April 28. "At the very last pick, Ozzie did get emotional," head coach John Harbaugh said.

Ravens Add Orlando Brown, Mark Andrews In Draft's Second Day

Baltimore added two former Oklahoma Sooners in the third round of the 2018 NFL Draft April 27, including Orlando Brown, an offensive tackle whose late father played for the Ravens for six years.

New Ravens Quarterback Lamar Jackson Wants To Learn From Joe Flacco

Though signs point to Lamar Jackson as the future of the Baltimore Ravens, Jackson said he wants to learn as much as he can from incumbent starter Joe Flacco.

Five Third-Round NFL Draft Targets For Ravens

Bo Smolka highlights five potential targets for the Ravens in the third round of the 2018 NFL Draft, including LSU wide receiver D.J. Chark and Oklahoma tackle Orlando Brown Jr.

Ravens Trade Back Into First Round To Draft QB Lamar Jackson

The Ravens selected South Carolina tight end Hayden Hurst and former Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback Lamar Jackson from Louisville in a wild first round of the NFL Draft April 26 that included three trades by general manager Ozzie Newsome.

Ravens Seven-Round 2018 NFL Mock Draft

Ken Zalis shares his final seven-round NFL mock draft for the Baltimore Ravens, including four options for every pick.

Final 2018 NFL Mock Draft

Ken Zalis shares his final first-round mock draft for the 2018 NFL Draft, and he projects the Baltimore Ravens to draft Notre Dame offensive tackle Mike McGlinchey.