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Ravens player spotted out in D.C. during Baltimore’s curfew

Hey isn’t that… Baltimore Ravens cornerback Jimmy Smith dining out at area athletes’ favorite steakhouse STK on Saturday night? Our source said that Smith, who’s been with the Ravens since 2011 and signed a four-year, $48 million contract extension in April, stopped in for some ribeye with friends before heading out to watch the Floyd Mayweather vs. Manny Pacquiao […]

Darren Waller to Baltimore Ravens: Full Draft-Pick Breakdown

The Baltimore Ravens did a fantastic job of addressing their biggest needs in the 2015 NFL draft. Wide receiver was their biggest weakness, and they addressed it with two solid picks. After grabbing UCF's Breshad Perriman in Round 1, Baltimore got a nice steal in Georgia Tech's Darren Waller at pick No. Show More Summary

Robert Myers to Baltimore Ravens: Full Draft-Pick Breakdown

The Baltimore Ravens' starting offensive line was among the best in football in 2014. However, whenever someone went down with an injury, it quickly became a liability. That's part of why Baltimore drafted Tennessee State guard Robert...Show More Summary

Za'Darius Smith to Baltimore Ravens: Full Draft-Pick Breakdown

The Baltimore Ravens did not have any pressing needs heading into Day 3 of the 2015 NFL draft. Because they addressed their biggest needs in the earlier rounds, they were able to stick to their "best player available" philosophy. InShow More Summary

Tray Walker NFL Draft 2015: Grading Team Ravens' 4th-Round Pick

Tray Walker has been drafted by the Ravens. Watch as our NFL draft experts grade the pick, provide a full scouting report and explain what he brings to Baltimore. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com

USC's Javorius Allen selected by Ravens in fourth round

USC tailback Javorius Allen was selected by the Baltimore Ravens in the fourth round of the NFL draft Saturday.

NFL Draft results 2015: Javorius Allen drafted by Ravens

Allen will be taking the skills he honed at USC and showcasing them in the professional ranks. With the No. 125 overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft, the Baltimore Ravens selected USC running back Javorius Allen. Allen, who stands at 6'0...Show More Summary

NFL Draft picks 2015: Za'Darius Smith taken by Ravens

Za'Darius Smith goes to the Baltimore Ravens in the fourth round of the NFL Draft. With the No. 122 overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft, the Baltimore Ravens have selected defensive end Za'Darius Smith out of Kentucky. The former Wildcat...Show More Summary

Report: Steelers were “ready to draft” Maxx Williams before Ravens traded up

Steelers tight end Heath Miller turns 33 in October and the team reportedly had their eyes on a player to complement him now and potentially replace him down the road. Problem was, their AFC North rivals from Baltimore had designs on the same player and traded up to get him. The Ravens dealt a fifth-round…

Baltimore Ravens Mock Draft: Updated Day 3 Predictions

It's been a wild first two days of the 2015 NFL draft, and Day 3 promises to provide plenty of excitement as well. For the Baltimore Ravens, they hope it's a productive final day of the draft after doing well in the first three rounds. Show More Summary

Arizona Cardinals Mock Draft: Updated Day 3 Predictions

The Arizona Cardinals have been busy in the 2015 NFL draft thus far. With three picks in the first three rounds, Arizona did its best to fill needs on offense and defense. After a trade with the Baltimore Ravens, the Cardinals have six picks left on Day 3. A trade could certainly happen now that the Cardinals have extra ammunition to play with. Show More Summary

Markus Golden to Arizona Cardinals: Full Draft-Pick Breakdown

The Arizona Cardinals added a sorely needed edge-rusher in the second round of the 2015 NFL draft. Arizona traded down three picks with the Baltimore Ravens to get an extra fifth-round selection. With the 58 th overall pick, the Cardinals...Show More Summary

Ravens jump up three spots to grab Maxx Williams

The Ravens didn’t do much to disguise their desire to add a tight end in the draft and they became the first team to pick one on Friday night. Baltimore traded the 58th and 158th picks to the Cardinals in exchange for the 55th pick and used it to select Minnesota tight end Maxx Williams,…

2015 NFL Draft results: Maxx Williams picked by Ravens

Williams goes to the Ravens, giving Joe Flacco a shiny new target. With the No. 55 overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft, the Baltimore Ravens selected Minnesota Golden Gophers tight end Maxx Williams. Williams is almost universally believed...Show More Summary

Baltimore Ravens Hand Out Food, Stand In Solidarity With Their City After Riots

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The Baltimore Ravens showed true sportsmanship this week. Days after riots broke out in Baltimore following the funeral of 25-year-old Freddie Gray, the city's NFL team took it upon themselves to pitch in and help local citizens on Thursday. Show More Summary

Baltimore Ravens Hand Out Food, Stand In Solidarity With Their City After Riots

The Baltimore Ravens showed true sportsmanship this week. Days after riots broke out in Baltimore following the funeral of 25-year-old Freddie Gray, the city's NFL team took it upon themselves to pitch in and help local citizens on Thursday. Show More Summary

Can Breshad Perriman Replace Torrey Smith as Ravens' Big-Play Wide Receiver?

The message from Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti was clear during an early-April conference call with season-ticket holders. There wasn’t a dire need on his roster for a wide receiver. “We absolutely need a tight end,” he said, via Ryan Mink of Ravens.com. Show More Summary

NFL Draft picks 2015: Breshad Perriman taken by Ravens at No. 26

The speedster out of Central Florida will try to follow in his father's footsteps as a productive NFL receiver with the Ravens. The Baltimore Ravnes have drafted Central Florida Knights wide receiver Breshad Perriman with the 26th overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft. Show More Summary

Ray Lewis to kids in Baltimore: 'I'm you, I sat in that seat'

Former Baltimore Ravens star Ray Lewis visited Frederick Douglass High School to discuss the recent protests and violence that have rocked the city. Produced by Jason Gaines. Video courtesy of Associated Press. Follow BI Video: On Facebook Join the conversation about this story »

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