Baltimore Ravens News
James Hurst Is Favorite To Start At Right Tackle For Ravens
Barring a late-summer addition, James Hurst appears to be the favorite to start at right tackle for the Ravens. "He has always been smart. He has always been a good athlete," John Harbaugh said. "... He deserves that opportunity."
Working With Lewises Is Family Affair For Ravens OL Coach Joe D'Alessandris
New Ravens offensive line coach Joe D'Alessandris already has a connection with Alex Lewis; D'Alessandris coached the offensive lineman's father 23 years ago.
Brandon Boykin Seeks Fresh Start With Ravens
"I've got so much potential that I haven't really tapped into, whether it was circumstance or whether it was injury," new Ravens cornerback Brandon Boykin said.
Ravens LB Kamalei Correa Looks To Put Struggles As Rookie Behind Him
Coming off a disappointing rookie year that he described as "a struggle," Ravens linebacker Kamalei Correa is looking forward to his second NFL season and taking nothing for granted.
Ravens' Lorenzo Taliaferro Takes Switch To Fullback In Stride
"The fact that they moved me to fullback instead of just moving on with me is just a blessing," Lorenzo Taliaferro said of his transition to a new position with the Ravens. "I just took it and ran with it."
An Early Projection Of Ravens' Starters And Backups
With the Baltimore Ravens' spring practice period completed, Bo Smolka offers an early two-tier-deep projection of the team's starters and backups.
Five Ravens Who Are Trending Upward After Spring Workouts
Bo Smolka highlights five players who are trending upward after the spring practice period, including tight end Nick Boyle and wide receiver Breshad Perriman.
Ravens' Terrell Suggs Not Thinking About Retiring
"I've never seen a more motivated Terrell Suggs than we have right now," Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said. "He's put an incredible amount of work in. ... I think he's going to be in the best shape of his career."
Former Raven Dennis Pitta On His Future: 'I'm Not Delusional'
"I've dislocated my hip three times. Take it for what it is. I mean, I'm not delusional," former Ravens tight end Dennis Pitta said when asked if he might play again.
Terrance West Puts 'Maturity Issues' In Past To Find Home, Success In Baltimore
A year ago, running back Terrance West stood squarely on the Ravens' roster bubble. Now, West will arrive at Ravens training camp as the presumptive starter.
Ray Rice Shares Powerful Message With Young Football Players
"There's no one in the country more qualified to speak about that than him," Ohio State director of player development Ryan Stamper said of Ray Rice, who recently spoke to OSU football players about domestic violence.
Ricig's World Of Sports: Broadening Our Search For Ravens Offensive Skill Players
In his latest sports cartoon with PressBox, Mike Ricigliano takes a look at some non-football athletes who might be able to help the Baltimore Ravens, from Manny Machado and Michael Phelps to LeBron James.
Photo Of The Month: End Of An Era
PressBox's June Photo of the Month pays tribute to former Baltimore Ravens tight end Dennis Pitta.
Jeremy Maclin: There Was Something About Baltimore From The Start
"I just felt like Baltimore made the most sense, from a football standpoint, from a comfort standpoint, from a personal standpoint," wide receiver Jeremy Maclin said after his first workout with the Ravens.
Jimmy's Seafood CEO Sheds Insight On 'Crab Cakes For Life' Deal
Glenn Clark sat down with Jimmy's Famous Seafood CEO John Minadakis to find out how new Ravens WR Jeremy Maclin's "crab cakes for life" offer works and why the restaurant does it.
John Harbaugh, Ravens Excited About Jeremy Maclin Signing
"I'm very excited about adding Jeremy [Maclin]," Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said at minicamp June 13. "He's a really good football player, an even better person."
Former Ravens RB Justin Forsett: Baltimore 'Was The Land Of Opportunity'
Even though he didn't have long-term success in Baltimore, running back Justin Forsett said he looks back on his time with the Ravens with nothing but positive memories.
Ravens Agree To Terms With Jeremy Maclin
The Baltimore Ravens have agreed to terms with free-agent wide receiver Jeremy Maclin on a two-year deal, finally addressing what had been viewed as a significant offseason priority.
Brandon Williams Seeks Bigger Role In Ravens’ Pass Rush
Armed with his large new contract, Baltimore Ravens defensive lineman Brandon Williams is hoping for a larger role in the team's defense this year.
Five Observations From Ravens OTAs
Bo Smolka shares five observations from the Ravens' June 8 OTA workout, and he says wide receiver Chris Moore, who was fairly quiet during the first two open OTAs, had a strong showing.
Derrick Mason Says Ravens Should Sign Anquan Boldin, Not Jeremy Maclin
"I don't trust [Jeremy] Maclin because he's been hurt off and on," former Ravens wide receiver Derrick Mason said. "So why am I going to bring in someone that [is hurt]?"
Jeremy Maclin Leaves Ravens' Facility Without A Deal
Head coach John Harbaugh said free-agent wide receiver Jeremy Maclin had a "great visit" with the Ravens but left the facility without a deal and will take some time before making a decision.
Ravens Release Injured TE Dennis Pitta
The Baltimore Ravens released tight end Dennis Pitta with an injury waiver June 7, five days after the popular tight end suffered his third major hip injury, which is likely to be career-ending for the seven-year veteran.
Ravens Sign Two Cornerbacks, Release Kyle Arrington
The Ravens have signed cornerbacks Brandon Boykin and Al-Hajj Shabazz and released Kyle Arrington with a failed physical designation as they look to compensate for the injury to Tavon Young.
Could The Ravens Sign WR Jeremy Maclin?
Could the Baltimore Ravens sign recently released wide receiver Jeremy Maclin? Bo Smolka says the biggest issue could be the price.
Ravens TE Dennis Pitta Suffers Another Hip Injury
Ravens tight end Dennis Pitta suffered another hip injury during an OTA workout June 2, putting his NFL career in jeopardy one year after an inspiring return from two previous hip injuries.
Five Observations From Ravens OTAS
Bo Smolka shares five observations for the Ravens' June 1 OTA workout, and he says Danny Woodhead will likely be a major factor in the Ravens' short passing game.
Ravens CB Tavon Young Tears ACL During OTAs
Ravens second-year cornerback Tavon Young tore his ACL during the team's OTA workout June 1, dealing a significant blow to a secondary that head coach John Harbaugh has called the deepest in his 10-year tenure with the team.
Maurice Canady Impressive In Ravens' OTA Workout
Second-year cornerback Maurice Canady made the most of his opportunities during the Ravens' OTA workout June 1, hauling in three interceptions and nearly grabbing a couple others.