So the Ravens mini-camp is over and they get almost a six-week break before training camp. I never glean that much from OTAs and mini-camp as everyone is running around in shorts and helmets, with no pads.
Defense attorneys are seeking a new trial for a Baltimore man convicted in the high-profile slaying of a North Carolina teenager.
After a regular season in which they finished 17th overall in total defense, the Baltimore Ravens have been playing to their more accustomed level in the 2012 playoffs.
When it comes to running the Baltimore Ravens defense, Dean Pees has no regard for history, tradition or statistics.
In an era of high-powered offense in the NFL, the Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers both bring hard-hitting defense to next Sunday’s Super Bowl.
State officials say a national security contractor is cutting 25 jobs in Frederick.
Terrell Suggs adds maybe the biggest piece needed, a way to get to the QB.
For years, the Baltimore Ravens have won because of their defense. Now they’re winning in spite of it.
The Ravens need to end the run that other teams are putting on them on the ground and with the injury of legend Ray Lewis (who is out for the rest of 2012) it MAY spark the end of his amazing 17 season career.
Matt Vensel of the Baltimore Sun joins Ken Weinman & Mark Zinno to talk Ravens football.
Maryland prosecutors have agreed not to seek the death penalty against a man charged with killing his estranged wife and her 11-year-old son, according to a defense lawyer and the state’s attorney’s office.
Ray Lewis scoffs at the latest NFL statistics, which show Baltimore’s esteemed defense ranked last in the AFC and 27th overall.