The Baltimore Ravens are holding no hard feelings against Jamal Lewis after the franchise's leading rusher sold a Super Bowl ring, which was given to him as a gift, for $50,820. This is the statement that was released by the Ravens on Monday: “Jamal Lewis informed us that he was forced to sell the Super Bowl XLVII ring due to financial difficulties. Show More Summary
The Baltimore Ravens had one of their best seasons on offense in 2014, with quarterback Joe Flacco less erratic than in years past and the run game rebounding after a disappointing 2013. The additions of free-agent wide receiver Steve Smith Sr. Show More Summary
The retired back hawked the Super Bowl ring Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti gave him after Baltimore won Super Bowl XLVII.
A Super Bowl XLVII ring that the Baltimore Ravens’ Stephen Bisciotti gave to former running back Jamal Lewis was sold off in an auction Sunday morning, ESPN reports.
The Baltimore Ravens need a Brandon Marshall-type wide receiver. They just don't need Brandon Marshall. He's selfish. He's a distraction. He's an "exhaustive presence," one Bears teammate told the Chicago Sun-Times. Marshall, who isShow More Summary
Former NFL running back Jamal Lewis sold at auction a Super Bowl ring awarded to him by Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti. The ring fetched $50,820, per ESPN's Darren Rovell. "Jamal is one of the all-time Ravens greats. This ring...Show More Summary
The Baltimore Ravens are just a few pieces away from becoming a Super Bowl contender. One could argue they already were good enough to win a title this past year after going 11-7 and taking the New England Patriots to the limit in the...Show More Summary
Haloti Ngata is 31 years old and due an $8.5 million base salary in 2015, and the combination of those two facts is leading to questions in Baltimore about whether Ngata will remain with the Ravens. The Baltimore Sun is reporting that the Ravens want to negotiate a new contract with Ngata, and that if…
No one would be surprised if the Baltimore Ravens selected a cornerback in the first round of the 2015 draft. But not everyone will be pleased with the cornerback that ESPN's Todd McShay linked to the Ravens in his second mock draft. McShay has the Ravens taking Louisiana State's Jalen Collins with the No. Show More Summary
After unsuccessful stints as head coach of the St. Louis Rams and as defensive coordinator with the New Orleans Saints, Steve Spagnuolo, previously with the Baltimore Ravens as a defensive assistant, is back as the New York Giants defensive...Show More Summary
Ed Reed, the longtime Ravens safety who’s now retired and an analyst on Inside the NFL, says there’s not a lot of love for the Patriots in Baltimore. But there is respect. Reed said after the Spygate and Deflategate controversies don’t change the fact that the Patriots are a great team — perhaps the greatest…
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As the Baltimore Ravens' brain trust continue to formulate its offseason plans, here are the five biggest questions facing the team: 1. What happens with Haloti Ngata? Something needs to be done with Ngata because the Ravens can't afford to bring him back with a $16 million salary-cap number, the highest on the Ravens. Show More Summary
The Baltimore Ravens don't have a lot of gaping holes on their roster heading into the 2015 offseason. After winning 11 games and making it to the divisional round of the playoffs, Baltimore was narrowly defeated by the eventual Super...Show More Summary
Baltimore County police announced defensive tackle Terrence Cody, who had his contract terminated by the Ravens on Monday, has been indicted for animal cruelty.
Fleet-footed wide receiver Torrey Smith is always a threat to blow the top off an opposing defense, so it comes as no surprise that the Ravens are keen to keep him in Baltimore. Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports reports contract details...Show More Summary
The Baltimore Ravens have many questions heading into the offseason. Which players will they look to keep? On whom will they look to use the franchise tag? Watch as Adam Lefkoe and Bleacher Report NFL analyst Chris Simms discuss the Ravens' offseason in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com
Yesterday, the Baltimore Ravens actually fired a football player after learning he would be indicted on multiple charges of animal abuse, including abuse towards a dog...and an alligator.
The Baltimore Ravens parted ways with Terrence Cody on Monday, the same day the defensive tackle was indicted on animal cruelty charges, some of which stemmed from the death of his dog and possession of an alligator, according to prosecutors and online court records.
Former defensive tackle Terrence Cody has been indicted by a grand jury in Baltimore for multiple charges including animal cruelty and illegal possession of an alligator on the same day he was cut from the Ravens. In total, the former...Show More Summary