Ravens Williams Fends Off Potentially Dangerous Eye DiseaseNow that he can see clearly again, Baltimore Ravens defensive tackle Brandon Williams is ready to resume his lucrative NFL career.
Former NFL Running Back Danny Woodhead Announces RetirementDanny Woodhead announced his retirement from playing in a humble and heartfelt post on Instagram early Saturday.
Ravens Sign WR Crabtree To 3-Year Contract, Void Grant DealThe Baltimore Ravens' unyielding effort to land a big-play receiver finally paid off Friday when nine-year veteran Michael Crabtree signed a three-year contract.
Ravens WR Shuffle: Add Grant And Brown After Cutting MaclinThe Baltimore Ravens provided quarterback Joe Flacco with two new potential targets Wednesday, agreeing to terms with wide receivers Ryan Grant and John Brown on the first day of free agency.
Ravens Cut WR Jeremy Maclin, Who Scored Only 3 TDs In 2017The Baltimore Ravens have released wide receiver Jeremy Maclin, freeing up an estimated $5 million in salary cap on the first day of free agency.
Ravens Cut RB Danny Woodhead, Freeing Up Salary Cap RoomThe Baltimore Ravens have released running back Danny Woodhead, who was slowed by a hamstring injury in his only season with the team.
Ravens Sign OL James Hurst To 4-Year ContractThe Baltimore Ravens have signed offensive lineman James Hurst to a four-year contract.
Ravens DE Brent Urban Signs 1-Year Deal To Avoid Free AgencyThe Baltimore Ravens have signed defensive end Brent Urban to a 1-year contract, less than two weeks before he was slated to become an unrestricted free agent.
Report: Military Official Warned Ravens Against Signing KaepernickA "high-ranking U.S. military official" cautioned the Ravens against signing Colin Kaepernick in 2017, according to a TMZ report.
Ravens, Under Armour Team Up To Invest In Baltimore Student-AthletesThe Ravens and Under Armour are collaborating to provide funding for uniforms, athletic facilities and sports programs for Baltimore schools.
Ravens To Play The Bears In 2018 Hall Of Fame GameThe Baltimore Ravens will play the Chicago Bears in the 2018 Pro Football Hall of Fame Game.
Ravens Cheerleaders Visit Troops Deployed In Middle EastIt may be the NFL offseason but Baltimore Ravens cheerleaders are at work traveling around the world to visit U.S. troops on deployment.

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