Holmes: Let's Not Be Contradictory About Mornhinweg's ReturnThe Ravens don't have a Marty Mornhinweg problem. They have a Breshad Perriman problem.
Ravens Intend To Run More, Defend Pass Better In 2017"We need to add more corners. There's no question about it," Harbaugh said. "If we can do that, that's going to dramatically impact our defense."
Coach John Harbaugh Not Leaving Ravens Anytime SoonDespite speculations, Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh will not be entering the final year of his contract and is signed beyond next season.
Unbeaten Ravens Win The Close Ones Against Struggling FoesWhat matters to coach John Harbaugh and his players is that the Ravens are 3-0, alone atop the AFC North and putting a good deal of distance between themselves and the squad that went 5-11 last year.
Coming Off 5-11 Season, Ravens Face Uncertainty"Either we're going to be good or we're not," he said. "I have reasons for optimism, and I have reasons for pessimism."
Pitta's Finger Is Fractured, Playing Could Do More Damage"They're afraid if he gets hit again, they may have to put a screw in it," continued Harbaugh.
A Preview Of The Ravens Panthers Game With Mike PrestonEd asked Mike about the defensive side of things and how the Panthers offence will do against Flacco and the Ravens? Preston says that "There is no communication problems there...Just do your job!"
Ravens Coach Crashes A Marriage ProposalRavens head coach John Harbaugh crashed a wedding proposal!
2013 Ravens Better Than Super Bowl Team According To Coach HarbaughDo The Ravens have a chance at a repeat?
Vinny And Rob: A Tale Of Two FlaccosVinny and Rob take a final look at the Ravens exceptional performance in Sunday's 55-20 win at home against the Oakland Raiders. They further examine the two playing personas of quarterback Joe Flacco; why is "Home Joe" so much better that "Road Joe"?
#52 Makes A Surprise Visit To PracticeInjured Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis surprised coaches and players at practice today.
Ravens Back In First Place After Steelers' LossBaltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh arrived for work in a good mood Tuesday morning following the San Francisco 49ers' victory Monday night over the Pittsburgh Steelers. And with good reason: The Ravens moved back into first place with the Steelers' loss.