Ravens Draft VA Cornerback Maurice CanadyThe Ravens have drafted Virginia cornerback Maurice Canady in their second and final pick in NFL draft's sixth round.
Ravens Draft Navy Alum In Round 6 Of NFL DraftThe Baltimore Ravens have drafted Navy runningback Keenan Reynolds in round six of the NFL draft. He has been drafted as a wide receiver for the Ravens.
'Heavy Hitting Diva' Lives & Trains In BaltimoreWe celebrate a lot of athletes around here but did you know one of the world's top female boxers lives and trains in Baltimore?
Ravens Select OT Ronnie Stanley No. 6 OverallThe Baltimore Ravens have selected Notre Dame tackle Ronnie Stanley number six overall in the NFL draft.
Obama Honors Navy Football Team With TrophyAn impressive season for the Navy football team peaks with a trip to the White House. President Obama presented the team with the coveted Commander in Chief's Trophy.
Marylander Tatyana McFadden Wins Boston Marathon Women's Wheelchair RaceMaryland's Tatyana McFadden has cruised to her fourth straight victory in the women's wheelchair division at the Boston Marathon.
Ravens Announce 2016 Regular Season ScheduleThe team will kick things off at home when they host the Buffalo Bills on Sunday, Sept. 11 at 1 p.m.
Zach Britton Talks About The 7-0 Start For The OriolesZach Britton joins the Scott Garceau Show with Ken Weinman to talk about the hot start for the Orioles in the 2016 season as they're off to a 7-0 start and staying focused.
Orioles/Rays Game Postponed Due To RainSaturday night's Orioles/Rays game has been postponed due to the weather.
Ravens Announce 2016 Preseason ScheduleThe Ravens open at M&T Bank Stadium when they host Carolina on Thursday, August 11.
NCAA Says They're Not Responsible For Athlete's DeathControversy on whether the nation's top college sports organization should have done more to protect a Maryland student athlete who died during practice. The case is now in a Maryland court.
Orioles Pie Supplier Confirms: Adam Jones Used Pie On Wieters, Not CakeIt's become a winning tradition for the Orioles but after owners said "no more pies in the face," we thought the celebration was over---until Adam Jones defied that ban Monday night.