The Ravens are in the news for all the wrong reasons, as the team opens their first week of Organized Team Activity (OTA’s).
Down at the NFL owners meetings today Ravens head coach John Harbaugh spoke about some of the unfavorable incidents of the off-season, he was very forthright.
The Ravens’ reputation is on the line. For the third time in less than a month, the Ravens are dealing with the arrest of a player. This time, it’s Jah Reid, a lineman caught up in a brawl at a strip club.
When the Ravens convene for the first time, I have to believe the players are going to get a big-time talking to.
The Baltimore Ravens are in damage control mode after another player is arrested, this time for drug possession. As Baltimore waits to hear from Ray Rice, the team’s general manager is speaking out.
Another Ravens player finds himself in trouble with the law.
Steve Davis likes the hiring of Gary Kubiak BUT he isn’t the universal cure for the offense.
What we learned from the Ravens annual press conference when team personnel went “off the record”.
Joe Flacco threw a 66-yard touchdown pass to Jacoby Jones, Justin Tucker kicked four field goals and the Baltimore Ravens shut down the sputtering offense of the New York Jets in a 19-3 victory Sunday.
John Harbaugh knows the Baltimore Ravens must improve their running game if they are to reach the playoffs for a sixth consecutive season. Against Buffalo on Sunday, however, Harbaugh was convinced Baltimore couldn’t win by rushing the ball. So he called upon Joe Flacco to throw on virtually every play.
The Baltimore Ravens could be down yet another receiver after Deonte Thompson was being evaluated for a possible concussion in a 23-20 loss to the Bills on Sunday. Coach John Harbaugh said it was too early to determine the severity of the injury because Thompson was still being tested.
When the Baltimore Ravens decided to trade Anquan Boldin to the San Francisco 49ers for a sixth round draft pick, we thought the team was convinced the young group of receivers were ready to step up and produce.