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.
McCrary wants more pressure this week.
There is reason to expect the defense to have a fall-off.
An international radar defense manufacturer is bringing jobs to Howard County.
Each team had one constant. Ravens with defense, Orioles with bullpen.
Our economy is on a slow recovery – slower than anyone wants. But the lack of serious discussion about national security and the world we live in is troubling.
A defense lawyer has been convicted of making up evidence and promoting perjury in defending an alleged drug dealer.
A lawyer for a Maryland man accused of selling $9.1 million in fraudulent renewable energy credits says his client isn’t guilty because buyers knew they were fake.
It’s now up to a judge. Was it self-defense or a brutal attack? After days of testimony, one of the brothers takes the stand. The suspect tells a judge, the teen attacked first.
The Baltimore Ravens strengthened their defense and special teams by signing a two-year deal with cornerback Corey Graham, a three-year contract with Brendon Ayanbadejo, and a one-year deal with safety Sean Considine.