Pitta Took A Huge Pay Cut To Stay With The RavensBaltimore Ravens tight end Dennis Pitta took a $2.5 million pay cut for the next two seasons to remain with the team. This is the second straight season that Pitta has accepted a pay cut.
Former Raven Ray Rice Says 'I Can Still Play Football'Former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice believes he can still play football even though he hasn't appeared in a game since 2013.
NFL Is Considering Overtime Rule ChangesThe NFL’s overtime rule could be changing yet again, and if it happens, we could see more tie games.
Brandon Carr Talks About Adjusting To Ravens Playbook & Baltimore WeatherShortly after his press conference with the media, the newly acquired Ravens corner back Brandon Carr joined the Scott Garceau Show to talk about why he decided to join the Ravens.
Ravens Agree To A 4-Year Deal With CB Brandon CarrVeteran cornerback Brandon Carr has agreed to a four-year deal with the Baltimore Ravens.
Garceau: Nice Additions, But The Ravens Still Have Holes To FillThere was good news for Ravens fans in the first week of free agency, Brandon Williams one of the top players on the free agent market stayed in Baltimore and was encouraged to do so with a five-year $54 million dollar deal.
Ravens Trade Center Jeremy Zuttah To 49ersCenter Jeremy Zuttah was set to make a $3.5 million base salary in 2017, but his release would give the team just under $2.4 million in cap space.
Federal Lawsuit Filed Against NFL In Players' Use Of PainkillersFor the first time, new documents reveal the widespread use of painkillers in the NFL, alleging teams skirted federal law for dispensing powerful drugs. The revelations are part of a lawsuit former players filed against the league and individual teams, including the Ravens.
Coleman: Who Has More Holes To Fill, Ravens Or Orioles?Which team has more holes to fill: the Baltimore Orioles or the Baltimore Ravens?
Ravens Release Lardarius Webb, Free Up $5.5. Million In Cap SpaceThe Baltimore Ravens announced they will be releasing Lardarius Webb.
Moving On To 49ers, Kyle Juszczyk Thanks Ravens And Baltimore FansOn March 9, 2017, Juszczyk announced he would be leaving Baltimore and signed the largest-ever NFL contract for a fullback, inking a 4-year, $21 million deal with the San Francisco 49ers.
Haynie: News About Dixon Put A Damper On Ravens' Big DayUnfortunately, Baltimore got some news on Thursday that has put somewhat of a damper on an otherwise festive last 24 hours or so.