The Baltimore Ravens and Chicago Bears will face each other in the Hall of Fame Game on Thursday, August 2 in Canton, Ohio. This year marks the second-ever Thursday night kickoff for the Hall of Fame Game.
The buzz over the Ravens possibly having a spot for Johnny Manziel seems farfetched; the team has rules that would preclude him being signed.
With Ray Lewis being inducted into the Hall and the Ravens having never played in the exhibition, the team seems likely to be one of the participants.
After a last-place finish in 2017, the Orioles may be on the verge of a rebuild, but they still have plenty of thump in their lineup.
When John Urschel retired from the NFL last year after just 3 seasons with the Baltimore Ravens, it made headlines. In recent years, several young players, including Chris Borland of the 49ers, have bowed out of the sport early due to growing concerns over the potential for long-term brain damage, but Urschel’s motivation was different: […]
Ozzie Newsome's reign as the only general manager in Baltimore Ravens history will come to an end after the 2018 season. Newsome signed a five-year extension in 2014 with the understanding that he surrenders the post to assistant GM Eric DeCosta at the end of the contract, Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti said Friday. ''Ozzie will […]
Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti admitted Friday that he considered firing head coach John Harbaugh after the team missed the playoffs for a third straight season. "It was certainly a consideration, but not one that I was inclined to make this year," Bisciotti said at his "State of the Ravens" news conference. The Ravens went […]
John Harbaugh was in danger of getting the ax after a down year for the Ravens
Baltimore Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome will step down after the 2018 season and be replaced by assistant GM Eric DeCosta.
Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti says he considered firing head coach John Harbaugh after the team missed the postseason for the third straight year.
Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh, left, and general manager Ozzie Newsome at a practice last season. The Baltimore Ravens have been one of the NFL’s best franchises this century, and it’s arguable that the biggest factor in their sustained success is Ozzie Newsome. Newsome, whose time with the Ravens predates the move from Cleveland […]
The Ravens’ great sees his fate in numerical clues, such as Super Bowl LVII for the former No. 52.