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Perfect attendance for Ravens on Tuesday

OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- There shouldn't be many health questions for the Baltimore Ravens heading into Sunday's season opener against the Cincinnati Bengals. All 53 players were suited up at Tuesday's practice, including running back Bernard...Show More Summary

Report: Derek Cox back with Ravens

When cornerback Derek Cox was released by the Ravens over the weekend, word was that the team would be bringing him back to the active roster in time for the first week of the regular season. It looks like that move has come to pass. Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun reports that Cox has…

NFL Week 1 picks: Bengals over Ravens, Cowboys upset 49ers

If you want to know who's going to win every NFL game in Week 1, you came to the right place.

Five questions: Baltimore Ravens

The Ravens followed a five-year run of playoff berths and a Super Bowl win by missing the postseason completely.  With a new offense and a defense that remains stout even amid plenty of changes, the Ravens could be closer to what they were in 2012 than what they were in 2013.  Whether they get back…

Ravens sign three recent draft picks to practice squad

The Ravens have signed three of their former draft picks to the practice squad. The club announced Sunday it had re-signed outside linebacker John Simon (2013 fourth-round selection), offensive lineman Ryan Jensen (2013 sixth-round selection) and quarterback Keith Wenning (2014 sixth-round selection). Simon, Jensen and Wenning are three of the Ravens’ nine initial signees to…

Keenum may draw interest from Ravens

If the Baltimore Ravens want to add a quarterback who is familiar with Gary Kubiak's offense, they will likely have a chance to do so very soon. Case Keenum, who started eight games for Kubiak last season in Houston, has been informed that he will be waived by the Houston Texans, according to ESPN's Adam Caplan. Show More Summary

Sleep Apnea: Test Confirms Ryan Jensen, Former Raven’s American Football Player Has Conditon

Severe sleep apnea is the diagnosis for former American football Baltimore Ravens player Ryan Jensen, according to the latest report by CBS. Jensen was diagnosed with the disease recently, leading the public to speculate that sleep apnea may have been a major reason why the ex-Ravens player was cut, according to the Baltimore Sun. Show More Summary

Ravens getting healthier with Week One approaching

The Ravens are down to 53 players on their active roster and that group is looking healthy as they start the week of preparation for the start of the regular season. Baltimore got several ailing players back at practice on Saturday. Cornerbacks Lardarius Webb, Jimmy Smith and Asa Jackson all returned to the field, giving…

There will be gray areas when NFL implements domestic violence policy

The NFL took a proper and strong first step toward rectifying its mistake on Ray Rice’s domestic violence case, in which the Baltimore Ravens running back was suspended just two games and the public outrage was fierce, by strengthening...Show More Summary

Navy Tradition Makes the Trek to Baltimore

For a game against Ohio State at M&T Bank Stadium, the home of the Ravens, the midshipmen did not forget to pack their time-honored rituals.

Mustache masquerade key to raven researcher’s disguise

Ravens are no match for a fake mustache. Stacia Backensto, an Alaska biologist and master of disguise, dressed herself as one of the men working in the northern oilfields to spy on the scientist-shy birds.

Baltimore Ravens cut-down analysis

Most significant move: Keeping four cornerbacks and seven receivers. The Baltimore Ravens cut both veteran cornerbacks they signed this offseason, Derek Cox and Dominique Franks. This could be a sign that the Ravens are confident that Lardarius Webb and Jimmy Smith will be healthy enough for the regular season opener. Show More Summary

Derek Cox out in Baltimore, but he’s expected back

The Ravens released cornerback Derek Cox on Saturday, but he may not be away from the team for long. Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun reports that Cox, who signed in Baltimore after getting cut by the Vikings, is expected to re-sign with the team as soon as Sunday and described Saturday’s transaction as a…

Ravens part ways with 2013 fourth-rounder John Simon

The Ravens drafted 10 players in 2013, but only six of them will remain with the organization through Saturday’s cuts. Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun reports that the team has waived linebacker John Simon, who was their fourth-round pick last season. Offensive lineman Ryan Jensen was also on the cut list and the duo…

Ravens presumably down to two moves

The Baltimore Ravens presumably need to make two more moves to get down to the league-mandated 53-player limit by 4 p.m. ET Saturday. When the Ravens took the field Saturday, there were 55 players practicing (not including suspended players Ray Rice and Will Hill). The Ravens already announced five cuts: TE Nathan Overbay, OLB D.J. Show More Summary

Injured players return for Ravens

The Baltimore Ravens looked like a healthier team when they took the field for Saturday's practice. With eight days before the regular-season opener against the Cincinnati Bengals, running back Bernard Pierce (concussion), cornerbacks...Show More Summary

Report: Ravens waiving Ryan Jensen, Keith Wenning

The Ravens are reportedly waiving a couple of their recent sixth-round picks. The club will release rookie quarterback Keith Wenning and second-year offensive lineman Ryan Jensen, Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun reported Saturday morning. Jensen and Wenning have practice squad eligibility should they clear waivers. So would rookie tailback Fitzgerald Toussaint, who is also…

Mike Flacco released by Chargers

Tight end Mike Flacco may one day be elite.  But not yet.  Not yet. Flacco, the younger brother of Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco, will be released by the Chargers, per a league source.  Mike, who was signed as an undrafted free agent in May, had put together a solid preseason.  He lost out in a…

The Insane Copenhagen Secret Bowl Session

This is not at all any normal indoor wooden bowl construction. The folks in Copenhagen, Denmark have this insane structure and it hosted one of the craziest bowl sessions most of us have ever seen. Grant, Greyson, Raven, Raney and more...Show More Summary

Ravens make first cuts on way to 53 players

The Ravens have started the process of whittling down their roster to 75 players by releasing five guys who were long shots to make the roster this summer. Baltimore announced that tight end Nathan Overbay (pictured), linebacker D.J. Roberts, center Reggie Stephens, defensive tackle Levi Brown and defensive tackle Derrick Hopkins have all been waived. Overbay…

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